Introduction Introduction Underground Underground Bus Bus London Traffic Conclusion Conclusion CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION London is so large that visitors must learn to use buses and the underground to get about. London taxis are too expensive for any but the rich.
UNDERGROUND You can get a map of the underground and the bus routes at any ticket office.
The word "Underground" across a large circle shows you where the stations are. The London underground is called the "tube". UNDERGROUND
Bus stops are marked clearly. In the suburbs buses do not stop unless there are passengers who wish to get on or off. These stops are marked "Request Steps". BUS
Inside some buses you will see the notice: "Please, state your destination clearly and have the exact fare ready." It is easy enough to tell the conductor where you want to go to, but not always possible to have the exact fare. The conductor will always give you the change. BUS
In Great Britain traffic keeps to the left. Motor-cars, buses and cyclists must all keep to the left side of the road. In most other countries traffic keeps to the right. There is heavy traffic in London and you must observe traffic rules. London Traffic
CONCLUSION In London there are a lot of options around the city. And each is unique and interesting in their own way. The choice is only for you.