London by bus [quickmap]

London on foot and by bus

ISBN13/Barcode: 9780993161360
If you are confused by the London bus network or only know your local routes but want to travel further afield, London by bus is ideal. You can also use in-map QR codes to download mapmovies to your smartphone or tablet to show animated bus routes to and from station termini in central London.

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With bus routes one side and a simplified central area street map of the West End and City, including Docklands in the east and Richmond in the west, on the reverse with detail street and area characterisation, you have 'surface London' in your pocket. At a glance, you will be able to see your way around Central London (zones 1 and 2) by following routes between centres where you can more often or not change to another bus or, indeed, catch the Tube or rail if there's a station nearby and services going in your direction. But unlike Tube and rail, buses get to the heart of many places or thereabouts so less time is spent walking and getting lost in unknown areas. So surprise yourself and go by bus for your next journey. With one change of bus, you can get to most places in London and with two changes, you can get almost everywhere. So when you next interchange on the Underground, it is worth remembering this is little different from doing the same on the surface with buses. All you need to do now is to order London by bus for immediate posting to your home, hotel or, sent as a surprise gift or essential guide for friends or family, and you'll never need to go Underground again!

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ISBN13/Barcode 9780993161360
ISBN10 0993161367
Author N/A
Binding Maps-Litho
Date Published 15 Jul 2019
Frequency No
Report Date N/A
Pages 0
Publisher Quickmap ltd

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