Top 5 Things to Pack on a Big Bus Tour and Top Ten London Attractions


Take a Big Bus Tour This Easter…

Orient yourself with some of the City’s best landmarks and fall in love with London as you see her at her best. There’s a reason why London is crowned one of the world’s best cities and it’s packed full of things to do, to see, to eat even the pigeons are happy.

We’ve put together a quick list of the Top 5 things to pack when taking in the sites on a Big Bus Tour:

  1. Light rain coat

The UK isn’t well known for being rainy for no reason. Us Brits are used to a few showers and the occasional downpour and we love the diversity our weather brings. Be sure to pack a light raincoat just in case you get caught short at the attractions. April is such a beautiful month with sunnier skies but it’s a good idea to pack for all weather, just in case.

  1. Comfortable shoes for walking

With so much to see in this beautiful city, you’ll be wanting to hop on and off the bus to take in the sights at every opportunity. Wearing high heels or shoes that aren’t made for walking a lot will leave you focussed on your feet rather than on the wonderful sights.

  1. Plenty of snacks

Sight-seeing in any city is hungry work so be sure to pack lots of snacks to keep your energy levels at their maximum. Of course, you’ll be stopping off but it will be cheaper all round to buy snacks at the supermarket than to get them at small shops in tourist destinations.

  1. Camera

All smartphones these days have a pretty cool camera, packing a disposable just in case your battery runs out is a smart move. You don’t want to miss out the important bits.

  1. Your sense of humour

Last but not least, the City is an incredible place with fun things to uncover around every corner. Keeping your sense of humour in traffic and as you wind through the crowds at popular tourist spots is a must. You get the best out of any experience when in a positive mood.

Top 10 Attractions to see in the City of London

Big bus Tours Tower London

  1. Big Ben & Houses of Parliament
  2. Westminster Abbey
  3. St. Pauls Cathedral
  4. Buckingham Palace
  5. Coca Cola London Eye
  6. Tower Bridge
  7. Piccadilly Circus
  8. Trafalgar Square
  9. Southbank
  10. Downing Street

If you are planning on a trip this Easter to take in the majestic sights of London, be sure to check out the fabulous deals & offers over on the Big Bus Tour website. Savings of 20% using code BIGEASTER to be had before 13th April 2017.

Don’t Miss out with Live Guides En-route
Our entertaining and experienced English-speaking guides will offer an exciting and educational commentary throughout the duration of your Red Route tour. Relax and enjoy fascinating facts and stories about London’s rich culture and dramatic history as you pass its famous landmarks and iconic architectural highlights.

Pre-recorded Commentary Hop on the Big Blue and Green Link routes to tune in to our fantastic pre-recorded commentary, available in 12 different languages, including:

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Brazilian Portuguese
  • Polish
  • Arabic
  • Hindi
  • Japanese
  • Mandarin Chinese
  • Russian

Listen in via a pair of new headphones, distributed free for you to keep when you board the bus, by the way, you can also get French lessons on Skype at By the way, spanish law firm like Abogado de lesiones personales can be a source of valuable knowledge about law.

More About Big Bus Tours

Big Bus Tours is the largest operator of open-top sightseeing tours in the world, providing sightseeing tours in 18 cities across three continents. Big Bus Tours’ sightseeing formula has been designed to provide a flexible approach to city discovery. Each open-top bus tour provides a hop-on, hop-off facility at a variety of interesting locations and, wherever possible, Big Bus Tours looks to enhance the visitor sightseeing experience by providing complementary experiences.