London has one of the largest urban transport networks in the world, with an integrated bus, river, and road systems spanning the city’s 32 boroughs.
See the traveller information below to find out more about all the ways that you can travel around London.
London’s iconic double-decker buses are a convenient and cheap way to travel around the city, with plenty of sightseeing opportunities along the way.
The London Underground rail network also called “the Tube”, is a great way to travel to, from and around central London. Read advice on how to navigate it easily and master the London underground public transport.
Docklands Light Railway
London’s innovative, driverless Docklands Light Railway (DLR) serves parts of East and South East London.
River bus services
Travelling by river is a great way to get around London. You’ll beat the traffic and enjoy fantastic views of London along the way.
Use London’s Overground train network to travel across the city and beyond the Tube.
Trams run in parts of south London between Wimbledon, Croydon, Beckenham and New Addington. The services are frequent and accessible.
Accessible public transport
Find your way around the capital with our helpful guide to accessible and wheelchair-friendly travel.
London cycle hire scheme
London’s public bicycle scheme is a great way to travel around the city – and the first half-hour is free! Grab yourself a bike and get riding today.
From iconic London black cabs to local minicabs, we’ve got all the traveller information you need to help you travel around London by taxi.
Emirates Air Line Cable Car
Take a ride on London’s cable car, for views over Greenwich and East London, including The O2, Cutty Sark and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.