London Hop On - Hop Off Bus with River Cruise

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Duration - 15 to 180 minutes

INR 2,522 p.p. onwards

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Greater London, United Kingdom

Discover London in the most convenient and unique way. Experience either a 1 day ticket, 24 or 48 hour hop-on hop-off bus ticket. As you can hop on and hop off the buses as many times as you like during the validity of your ticket, you’ll be able to take your time to visit all London's tourist attractions. You can also just sit back and enjoy the full circuit. Whatever you decide, our buses will take you to the city’s leading highlights where you can get off the bus to discover them in more detail should you wish. Also available with an unforgettable Thames River cruise.

Available options

24-Hour HOHO Bus Ticket
24-hour ticket with River Cruise and free Royal London walking tour
Duration: 1 day

INR 2,916
p.p. onwards

48-Hour HOHO Bus Ticket
Duration: 2 days
48 Hours HOHO Bus Ticket: 48-hour ticket with River Cruise and a city pack of 5 London walking tours

INR 3,310
p.p. onwards

City Sampler HOHO Bus Ticket
Duration: 9 hours: 1 Day Ticket
City Sampler HOHO Bus ticket: City Sampler Ticket includes a free VidiGuides Royal London walking tour for the complete London tourism experience.

INR 2,522
p.p. onwards


RED Official Route.

Route Duration: 3 hours

Stops on the RED Official Route.:
  • Belvedere Road - Behind the london Eye
  • Aldwych - Outside One Aldwych Hotel; Aldwych, LSE, Royal Courts of Justice, Stop K
  • Ludgate Hill - St Paul's Cathedral entrance, opposite McDonald's
  • Queen Victoria Street - In front of HSBC Bank, Stop MD
  • Monument (Stop P) - London Bridge, Monument, north of London Bridge, Stop P
  • Tooley Street - Left of Potters Fields Park, Stop J
  • Tower Hill - Tower Hill, Tower of London, bus stop in front of the Bronze Worker Statue
  • Victoria Embankment - Opposite Temple Station, Stop W
  • Westminster Pier - Westminster Bridge (Big Ben side), in front of Westminster Pier
  • 2 Horseferry Rd - Junction of Thorney Street, Stop NE
  • The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace - Buckingham Gate, Buckingham Palace, opposite Queen's Gallery
  • Buckingham Palace Road - Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria Station, outside Grosvenor Hotel
  • Victoria Station (Stop Z12) - Buckingham Palace Road, Stop Z12
  • Grosvenor Gardens - Grosvenor Gardens, Stop 10A
  • Queen Elizabeth Gate - Hyde Park, Queen Elizabeth Gate, to the right of Achilles Statue
  • Marble Arch - Marble Arch, Speakers’ Corner, stop Z
  • Marble Arch Station / Park Lane - Marble Arch, Park Lane, outside Bob Forstner showroom
  • Haymarket - Haymarket, outside Tiger Tiger bar restaurant
  • Pall Mall East - Pall Mall East, left of National Gallery, Stop Z
  • South Bank Lion - Westminster Bridge (the London Eye side), in front of the Marriot Hotel and next to the Lion Statue
Attractions on the RED Official Route.:

Madame Tussauds London / Hyde Park / Marble Arch Theatre / City Tour London / Regent's Park / Big Ben / Buckingham Palace / London Bridge

Operates: Departure time for the first stop 08.30AM to 19.35PM (last departure from stop 1 at 17.20 pm) Frequency of transport every 10 to 20 minutes.

Green Shuttle Service

Route Duration: 15 minutes

Stops on the Green Shuttle Service:
  • Belvedere Road - Belvedere Road, Stand 3788, behind the London Eye
  • One Aldwych - Aldwych, outside One Aldwych Hotel
  • Southampton Row - Southampton Row, Stop Y, for the British Museum
  • Woburn Place - Woburn Place, Stop H outside the Royal National Hotel
  • Bedford Way - Bedford Way, Stop BP 4580, behind the Royal National Hotel
  • Southampton Row (Stop B) - Southampton Row, Stop B, for City Sightseeing shop and information centre
  • Lancaster Place Somerset House (Stop B) - Lancaster Place, Somerset House, Stop B
Attractions on the Green Shuttle Service:

The British Museum

Operates: First and last bus from Belvedere Road, behind the London Eye: 09:17 – 16:17 First and last bus from Woburn Place, Stop H outside the Royal National Hotel: 08:55 - 15:55 Frequency of transport every 20 to 30 minutes

Terms & conditions

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start time of the experience.

Additional info

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Tickets are valid from the first date of redemption.
  • You can begin your hop on – hop off tour at any of the London Tour stops by showing your voucher when getting on board.
  • Duration: Approx. 2.50 hours
  • Frequencies starting every 10 to 20 minutes.
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Please note that the itinerary is subject to change due to the events to be celebrated in the city (demonstrations, sport events, cultural events, official acts and public works).
  • Most travelers can participate
  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized


  • Headsets to hear the commentary clearly in 13 different languages
  • FREE River Thames Cruise for ticket: 24 and 48-hour
  • Wi-Fi on board.

Departure time

City Sampler HOHO Bus Ticket
6/22/2021 - 10/24/2023
Monday - Sunday : 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
48-Hour HOHO Bus Ticket
5/20/2021 - 10/24/2023
Monday - Sunday : 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
24-Hour HOHO Bus Ticket
5/20/2021 - 10/24/2023
Monday - Sunday : 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM

Departure point

You may start this tour at any of the stops listed.

Recent reviews

Tammy_M   29th April 2022

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I tried to use the coupon and none of the buses would accept it. On bus company said it wasn’t them and the other said it wasn’t their coupon code. Wouldn’t let us on.

Bruna B   13th August 2022

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the person sold us the ticket at westminster was friendly and the bus was often. I recommend it its the best way to have an overview the commentary in Portuguese was very valuable too

Garp W   30th September 2022

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You can buy the bus tour without the boat tour included. Please be sure to add the boat tour. It is so worth it. I thought it was better than the bus tour. The busses are only open air at the top for about half the bus, so those seats are hard to get. It's a 50 50 chance you'll get a good view. Again, this is London, so it is likely to be raining as not. For some reason, we were asked to get off the bus and wait for another one more than once. You have to use up your bus tour time within 24 hours if that is what you purchased, but the boat tour is good for months. You catch the boat tour down at the Tower of London and it takes you down the Thames for some wonderful views and great photo ops. You get off back at the Tower of London. It's not that far from the Strand, so we took one of those cute little cabs back and forth.

921kayleighg   17th April 2022

Was sold the tickets under the impression people regularly get on and off the bus however was left standing for well over 6 stops so couldn't even listen to the tour. Then was left sitting downstairs where you can't see any of the sites anyway. Not worth the £74 we paid at all. Numbers should be limited, pure money grab. If you do want a bus tour go with one of the other companies where the staff aren't stood easily pulling tourists in.

heatherbO5670AI   21st August 2022

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Great way to see the main London attractions - our guide (Emma) was brilliant, she gave us so much incredible information about the history of the monuments, buildings, statues, etc., in such a fun way that would be easy to remember and we learned so much about our own capital city that we never knew before. Her knowledge was vast, she was genuine, friendly and very organised - helping people to hop on and off at the right times for places they needed next and giving directions as well. I would definitely recommend this experience!

gemmella   15th August 2022

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This was a great way to get oriented and see the main sights and then decide what appealed in more depth. Upstairs on the bus outside offers a great view. The commentary is a bit thin on content but it was a good start to a London Holiday. Its very cheap to add a second day but we then used the Tube as quicker to get between places.

Johanna_S   19th May 2022

So I guess I would recommend buying a ticket at the bus as I had thought buying ahead on line would have been the most economical! However at the first stop I heard the woman quote 25 pounds to another customer , when I just paid $46 !! Then at one point they stop and I had time to run in a cafe to get an iced coffe but when I came out they ushered me on another bus with a different company! I spent almost riding around but never completed “the loop” and missed being able to take the boat tour because it got so late and I would have missed getting to the theater on time for my play!!! Very disorganized and BS pricing … at one stop a young girl asked to come on and wanted to know how much and who did she pay?! And the bus driver said , oh the girl just left go ahead and get on your ride is free !! Good for her ! But I’m out $46 and didn’t even get to do the boat ride !!

roseladyNapaCa_   26th September 2022

Bus was not at the stop. I didn’t notice that the windows on the bus were covered with a film on the bottom making it hard to see out. It was too cold and windy to be upstairs. So seeing what the commentary was talking about was impossible. Also the commentary was so elementary it was like they were talking to two-year-olds but the thing that bothered me the most was that we were told that we would get a trip in a boat down the Thames yes that’s true but only one way any of you want to go back you have to pay extra I felt it was a scam all in all.

233alexanderh   17th July 2022

Worst hop on hop off ever. More standing than driving. Never again. Too much traffic and too hot. Bus was standing in full sun for long time

Michael R   3rd July 2022

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We did the Blue Route through Westminster and London City. The first part was Westminster and the tour was a tape that interrupted itself in mid sentence to talk about something else. Awful. At the start of the London City Tour ( stop 3) a guide, Emma, came on board and she was delightful, informative, funny, and engaging. If you can find out before hand if your guide is a person then take it