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Keep the olympic spirit alive with the London Pass

Keep the olympic spirit alive with the London Pass

Following the Olympic games, travelers will find great bargains while planning their trips to the United Kingdom. Visitors heading to London post-Olympics can make the most of their stay in England’s Capital with the London Pass.

Tourists who enjoyed the views of London’s famous attractions shown during the Olympic coverage can see the heart of the city themselves on a cruise down the Thames. Sites highlighted include the Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Globe Theatre. The Thames river cruise should be a must on your London sightseeing trip.

Even more impressive than the Olympic rings that hung from the London Tower Bridge, is the bridge itself. London Pass holders can learn about the history of the bridge, descend into the Victorian Engine Rooms, and enjoy breathtaking views. Entry is free with this sightseeing pass.

London Pass holders can end the day relaxing as they enjoy a West End show, such as Les Miserables or Chicago, at a great discount.

The London Pass offers access to these and over 55 other top attractions, including tours of Wembley Stadium, where the Women’s US Soccer team won gold and Wimbledon where Andy Murray brought pride to Team GB. It also gives users premium access at the busiest sites to avoid lines and includes access to buses, trams, national rail services and the ‘tube’ for stress free travel. 

 The London Pass is available in one, two, three and six-day durations.


Check out all the activities offered with the London Sightseeing Pass at The website includes a London map tool to plan visits, details on all the featured attractions, and comprehensive information on special offers that are exclusive to London Pass holders such as commission-free currency exchange. The London Sightseeing Pass iPhone app is available to download from the iTunes App Store.