London is a huge city and there is so much to do that tourists can easily find themselves lost and unable to decide where to go.
There are attractions to suit all kinds of people. Whether you’re interested in finding the perfect meal or wish to explore the city’s outstanding past in some of the many museums and National Trust areas across the capital.
By getting a bus rather than driving, you can plan your day on your journey and here are four highly useful apps to make the most of your trip:
1. Tube Map London Underground
London’s Underground is one of the most efficient train networks in the world, but it can be extremely complex for visitors to navigate, especially if they have never used it before.
To help make sure you don't lose track of where you are, the Tube Map London Underground app is highly useful. By using the software, it is easy to plan your journey through the capital and make sure you don’t end up on the wrong train.
Before you leave your bus, you can use the app to work out what stations you need to visit throughout the day and relax safe in the knowledge that your day will be totally planned out.
2. London Official City Guide
The London Official City Guide app is a great app to help tourists look at the many attractions in the capital. With so many things to do, it can be tough to find exactly what you want but this app splits events into easy-to-browse categories that make it simple to plan a day roaming the city.
The app provides free offline access to maps and guides, so tourists do not need to worry about their internet connection cutting off on the tube. It could be the perfect app to use when you’re on the bus to let you save time once you reach London.
Users can narrow down things to do depending on where they are, too. Restaurants are also listed with reviews from customers to help people choose where to dine and find the meal that matches their appetite.
3. OpenTable UK
London’s top restaurants can quickly get busy but, with OpenTable UK, you can book a spot at one of the city’s best eateries without having to put in the work by foot.
Hundreds of the city’s restaurants can be booked through the app and results can be categorised by price, location and rating, so you can find someone to eat quickly and without any hassle.
4. National Trust
While London is usually known for its busy nature, there are many areas that offer a tranquil break from the hectic streets. By using this app. tourists can easily identify where to take a relaxing walk in the city.
The app includes all places of natural beauty and historic interest, with more than 400 properties and locations featured, alongside an up-to-date calendar of recent events. All of this information can also be filtered by location so you can pinpoint the attractions closest to you.