Whether you’re going to London on holiday or you’re a frequent visitor, using an Oyster travel smartcard is the easiest way to travel around the city’s public transport system.
Police are seeking a man for addressing “horrific” anti-Semitic abuse towards Jewish kids on the London Underground.
London’s urban myths sometimes can picture the capital in a very different way. Certain myths continue to persist from things of the past that are either no longer true, or never were in the first place. Here are 7 of the top myths about London and the truth behind the hype.
The commuter ritual of frantically firing off emails using station Wi-Fi before hurtling back into the no-signal blackness of the Tube’s tunnels will soon be no more. The London Underground has mobile coverage of 2 G, 3 G and 4 G on its platform.
Public transport is limited over the Christmas period, so make sure you plan your journey in advance. There is no public transport on Christmas day. On Christmas Eve, public transport starts to wind down from early evening, including no night busses.
Hyde Park’s massive funfair and festival opens its wide doors on 21 November 2019 for the Christmas season and runs until 5 January 2020. With the exception of Christmas Day, it is open from 10 am to 10 pm every day (except for the first day, 21 November, when it opens at 4 pm).