The experience of the London Pass was absolutely amazing!
No queues, no expensive prices! A nice guide also provided explaining everything about the attractions with useful tips! A great value for money is offered should you wish to visit a lot of sights!!! I definitely recommend it and will use it again!!!
I used London Pass this summer for 5 days and I would highly recommend it. I was a single traveler, determined to see as much of London as I possible could within that time-space; and using the pass helped me save a lot of money. If you traveled as a family and wanted to spend more time at the museums etc, I would say plan your itinerary first and then see it this is worth the money. But if you want to experience the city within a short space of time, absolutely go for it!
Jennifer McCormick found this review useful
Generell ist der London Pass eine hervorragende Idee, die Stadt zu erkunden, ohne sich ständig über Nahverkehrskosten und so weiter Gedanken machen zu müssen. Zudem gibt es ja auch mit den Ermäßigungen für Eintritte bzw. Freien Eintritten sehr praktisch. Ich fand es lediglich anstrengend, mir alles erst in London abholen zu müssen.
The London Pass made our holiday very easy, more affordable and introduced us to places and events we wouldn't have otherwise heard about. It has all the places you will want to visit, so there's no reason not to get one. Great value for money, great suggestions on where to go and what to see, and makes getting into places easier. It has lots of little bonuses too! Don't visit London without one.
Magnificent personal atention in purchase, we enjoed our stay thanks to LONDON PASS and we could save money....fisrt class reception in touristic places, no lines and we recomend widely this concept...in our next visit we will get it again
la London pass è stata utile anche per evitare alcune file, ma in alcuni casi no. Non era prevista una corsia preferenziale.
Al buckingham palace ho trovato una bigliettaia molto scortese.
Unless you are staying in central London, it is only possibly to count on getting to two sights a day, or less if you include Kew Gardens or Hampton Court Palace. For our family of four, a tiny discount for children meant we often paid more using the London pass than we would have getting tickets at the sights themselves. The only real benefit was a bit less standing in line, which was nice. I would not consider this again unless children were half price and transportation was included in the lower price. Sorry!
It was great knowing that I had paid up front for all the various museums and sites. Would have been better if I had one extra day. I had the 3 day pass and crammed in as much as possible, but the queues slowed me down, and most places closed at 5.
We have traveled in London for 3 days so we bought a 2 day London Pass without transportation. If you love to visit and enter museums and palaces you will love it: we have entered Wesmister Abbey, St Paul, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court and i think we saved almost 100 pounds. The third day we visited Bukingham wich is not included in LP and some free museums (British Museum).
We bought the three day pass with travel pass and found it to be well worth the money. The travel from Heathrow was included and that was easy to access. All the major attractions were included and we would highly recommend the London Pass to all visitors.
I must say that the best of well planned trips could always go awry. However thanks to the London pass ,we had a memorable holiday last summer. The professional presentation of their well researched information booklet provided all the required details of key tourist destinations, modes of local travel, times of journey and best possible options. London pass helped us merge with the population and afforded a greater insight into life in London at a relatively lower cost. We avoided queues in almost all places. All in all a great holiday and no better way to see London than the LONDON PASS !
We had no problems with the London Pass whatsoever. Everything worked, there were plenty of places to choose from. I would certainly recommend it to everyone who wants to save money and time (queues).
We spent 12 days in London last August and purchased a 7-day London Pass (and the travel card), which was invaluable and a great deal. It includes not only the must-see attractions (Tower of London, Windsor Castle, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace, St. Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, etc.) -- but ones that we might not otherwise have seen had we had to pay separate admission, such as the Royal Mews, the HMS Belfast, Tower Bridge and Thames River Boat Cruise (which, by the way, are all worth seeing/doing). So many attractions are included that there is no way that you will be able to do everything on it, but you will still save money over paying individually for attractions you would see anyway; plus, you'll see great things you might not otherwise have seen. If you are planning on seeing the great sites and attractions in and around London, the London Pass is a MUST.
It was a bit pricey, and I didn't fully get my money's worth. My fault--I just didn't make full use of it. I also got the Underground pass. I used it every day. It was a convenient way to get around.
Good for visit London, save money for tourist, and most of all good service
Visiting London the first time for 8 days we were able to see almost everything we wanted to. No rush, on our timetable. Saved a ton of money too! Also got the Travel Card. We traveled all around London and the areas surrounding London for 7 days, no extra costs. We are going back next year and will repeat the experience.
The Pass is definitely worth it, but wish that they'd remove the "consecutive days" requirement and allow at least one day's grace. Would also be great if there were away that passes could be purchased in a hotel.
Excellent and very friendly service in the customer service center. There was probably no language they couldn´t have helped with. We could even use there computer and printer.
The selling part: we bought tickets online and while we were picking up the tickets we got great advice so we changed the duration of the pass. This wasn´t an issue at all.
Now the after selling service part. We bought the London Pass and the Buckingham Palace tickets together. Unfortunately we didn´t have the printed tickets with us when we were at the Buckingham Palace (after being in line for quite a long time...) so we decided to buy new tickets right at the Buckingham Palace and ask for a refund of the tickets we bought with the London Pass - not a problem at all.
Everybody was very responsive when we sent emails back and forth.
The London Pass itself is worth its money however you need to have a good schedule with all the different opening times and distances between the attractions.
We saw a lot. We really liked London and the Olympics. We had wounderfull weater, too. We recommended the Pass to friends from the US and we would come again to London and buy another Pass. Price including transportation is OK shouldn´t be higher. Thank you so much.
Yes london pass is the way to go! As soon as you, or heck before you leave, get on line and succure your London pass. It aloud Ann and I the freedom to choose the best London had to offer touristy wise and the flexibility schedule wise to explore them when we chose. Exploring all the history and also being able to move through and around the city with access to the waterways in particular made our London experience one we will never forget.
The London Pass and the Travel Card are a must if you want to make the best out of your sightseeing experience. We bought the Pass and the Travel Card for eight days. It was the best thing we could have done. We saved a lot of money on sightseening and tours. We saved a lot of time and money using the Travel Card. We did not have to stand in line to buy tickets for the bus or the underground, which we used many, many times. We also got discounts at gift shops and at the afternoon tea at the Orangery at Kensington Palace. I highly recommend the Pass Card and the Travel Card.
Bei der Planung des London-Trips sind wir auf den London-Pass gestoßen. Anschließend ein wenig die Eintrittpreise verglichen und zu dem Schluss gekommen, dass sich die Karte schon nach 2-4 (gesparten) Eintritten lohnt.
Die wichtigsten PoIs sind soweit abgedeckt. Im teuren London wäre eine Ausweitung der Leistungen bei Eintritten, für die Tube etc. aber durchaus noch machbar, daher "nur" 4 Sterne. Ansonsten war einfach alles super.
Lobend erwähnen muss man auch die nette Empfangsdame, die uns in London den Pass überreicht hat, der mit einigem Zusatzmaterial ausgestattet war.
Nous avons pris le London pass pour 3 jours est cela est suffisant, en effet celui-ci nous a permis en plein mois d'Août d'eviter l'attente aux caisses, par ailleurs le guide est super pour ce rendre sur les sites.
Je le conseille vivement au futur touriste.
Profitez bien de votre séjour.
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