Fast Track London

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Fast Track London Reviews

markinldn markinldn
11 reviews
Apr 09, 2004
London is quite easy to get around. As long as you are not planning long visits to museums and galleries it is possible to explore it in a really short time. A plan with things you want to see and a tube map is a must.

It is very difficult to write anything else as I don't know what you are interested in but all I can say I've managed to do it. Once I had my friends staying over just for a couple of days and yet we have managed to see quite a lot.

There's a Central London tourist attractions and bus map on (Transport For London - official site - all you need to know about public transport, maps, links, etc.) which may come handy as well. Here's a direct link:

There's another official site that be helpful:

(London Explorer - View accommodation, attractions, clubs, restaurants etc)

Hope this will help...
Hello :D
abdoshoura says:
take the tour buses !!!! and you can stop at the attraction you want ..... this may work.....
you can take more than one rout in each day .... i think this will cover most of the important must see attraction ....
in evening.... you can go to Lancester square for shopping ..... also nightclubs ..... and coffee shops ...
enjoy your time =)
if it is your first time .... 2 days is a good start .... but you may need to come back again =D
Posted on: Jan 13, 2008
londonstudent says:
I'd echo fyrefly's suggestion of taking an open-topped sightseeing bus (weather permitting) - you'll see most of the major sights in a short space of time, and get a sense of their geographical relation. That's also a good reason for using buses rather than the Tube, even though they are slower. I know people who have spent, literally, years travelling around London by Tube, but have no idea how the various bits of London fit together!
Posted on: Jan 08, 2008
markinldn says:
If you find any spare time I would recommend Greenwich. (22 minutes journey time form Bank on the DLR - an overground light rail which goes through Canary Wharf - a financial centre). It is fully automatized train so if you're lucky you can sit in drivers seat - hehehe:)
It is a place of Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory and The Prime Meridian of the World (0° longitude) where 'East meets West' :)
Unfortunately Cutty Sark (tea clipper ship) was damaged in a fire in May '07
Posted on: Jan 07, 2008
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