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72 days journey around the world–Day 4: London Underground

Oyster Card- Transport For London

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Gohar Latif
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There are three ways to travel around London, either you have your own car, or you can choose to travel on bus, but where it all ends you can opt for underground subways to travel long distance.

Technology has been matured so much but implementing it is the main goal to fulfill its invention, London underground is the one of the best examples.
Innovation is of no use if it is not implemented. You can see Easily that how beautifully the tracks have been placed for the tubes and separate lanes have been made for the buses to travel.

Subway Station-London

Subway Station-London

London is a long way so it is better to go for the Bus’s or Tubes. Looking at the buses there is a map available for the whole area including main London, the map is basically the travel guide for travelers so that they don’t get lost. each route is entitled with the buses allotted for the routes and buses pass by every 5 minutes.

Paddington Underground Subway-London

Paddington Underground Subway-London

The traveling has been eased with the OYSTER card, Oyster cards are for students, cooperate people and travelers. You just have to top up the card with a certain amount of balance and there you go, any stop you want and the driver is your guy to get you there. without the card it is quite expensive to travel.

Subways are Fun and to efficient to travel in, Moreover it is time-saving to opt for them.

Paddington Underground Station London

Paddington Underground Station London

Now, The means are transportation is clear, wherever you see an Underground sign with a red circle, that is your place to travel.. because sometimes it is hard to find the stations because they are underground, but keep in mind the sign and you will never be losing track of your route.

Westminister Station, London

Westminister Station, London


Welcome to London.

This is the overview how to get to London in the efficient way possible. London has a lot of Landmarks that are known for more than a few centuries now. Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Westminister Abbey, Eyes of London, British monarch coronations, Museums, Tower Bridge and many more.

So, the tour of London begins…
Until Next time…

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