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Travelling to London from East Midlands

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9y, 5m agoPosted 9 years, 5 months ago
I will be visiting the city friday with my partner and will be staying there until saturday. Which is the cheapest way to get around London? Also if you have any ideas of what to do or see around London for two people that will be great. :thumbsup:
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9y, 5m agoPosted 9 years, 5 months ago
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#1
hi heres the site for a london travel pass [url]www.londonpass.com[/url]
you get unlimited travel and 50 attractions included
just make sure it is travel for the area you are staying in
it says areas 1-6
#2
Cool. Thanks Rain. will check it out. Will it be cheaper if i drive and park in the outskirts of london and just take the tube to get to the city? have any ideas where i can leave and park my car? cheers.
#3
between the cost of parking and the congestion charge i would say it would probably be cheaper to park and ride plus your travel pass may cover some if not all of the journey. as for where to park i'm not sure, if you check this page

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20061108015219AA78Ky5

someone else has asked the same question and there's a couple of possibilities
#4
Go down to London by train with Midland Mainline... less stress than the car, and you get two for one entry at many London attractions [url]www.2for1entry.co.uk[/url]
#5
My wife and I went to London this weekend just gone.
Travelled by train and it cost us £44 (by booking singles both ways;-) ) from Derby.
Much cheaper and easier than travelling by car, £40 petrol and then parking charges on top made it a no-brainer.
There may not be any cheaper tickets left now, but if you do go in future it's worth remembering.
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Fullspizz
My wife and I went to London this weekend just gone.
Travelled by train and it cost us £44 (by booking singles both ways;-) ) from Derby.
Much cheaper and easier than travelling by car, £40 petrol and then parking charges on top made it a no-brainer.
There may not be any cheaper tickets left now, but if you do go in future it's worth remembering.

which site did you booked your tickets from? ta.

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