Public transport in London is provided by London Transport (red) Buses, London Underground (the Tube), London Overground, Dockland Light Railway, London Tramlink and London River Services.
The London area is divided into Fare Zones, with the majority of London’s attractions found in Zones 1 & 2.
Transport for London (TfL)
Transport for London(TfL) has an excellent website with details of the type of tickets required for travel on all TfL services Web:TfL Ticket Details
Detailed Fare Zone maps are available at the TfL website Web:TfL Maps
Here the visitor can source the ticket that will best suit their holiday needs. There is a special section of the TfL website which details options available to visitors to London with the ability to pre-purchase Oyster & Travelcards before your holiday commences. Go to Web:TfL Visitor Info
London Pass with Travel
A further option for the tourist is to investigate a “London Pass with Travel” – you will be able to combine entry to many popular attractions together with travel on the London network. Visit Web: London Pass
London's 'North' side of the River Thames
Fare Zones 2 - 4
There is so much for the tourist to see and do in London.
The Menu Bar at the top of this page displays attractions located in these Fare Zones on the 'North' side of the River Thames