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There is a choice of over 30 buses which stop on the outskirts of Covent Garden from locations across the Capital, wherever you are staying you can get here by bus and see some more interesting sights than the inside of a tunnel whilst you travel.

London’s red buses have become an iconic symbol of transport and offer a great alternative to the tube if London’s visitors want to do some sight-seeing en-route to their destination. Open top tourist buses also operate in Central London and can be booked through an agent.

Most London public buses have an indicative route on the front of the bus or by the entrance along the side. If you plan to use the buses for several journeys it is advisable to purchase a Travelcard or a bus pass which allows you to jump on and off buses all day. Travelcards and bus passes are available from bus stops, underground stations and certain newsagents and travel centres. For Covent Garden, the best places to head for are The Strand, Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square.

Route numbers 1, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 38, 55, 59, 69, 73, 77A, 91, 98, 134, 139, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 242, 243, 341, RV1 and X68all stop within a short walk of central Covent Garden.


You can download Covent Garden map here

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All London Bus information Transport For London (new window) and telephone number is020 7222 1234.

Getting there

Travelling to and from an event is an important part of the overall experience. Covent Garden, the heart of the UK's the most exciting place, is opened to all routes wherever you are, whatever you want.




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