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Top tips for travelling on London's public transport - move around the city just like a local.

Top travel tips - level B1


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1. Travel around London with a Visitor Oyster card

A Visitor Oyster card is a ___________ with pay as you go credit that allows you to travel on most public transport in London. Buy one online and have it delivered to your home so that it's ready to use as soon as you arrive in London. That way, you won't have to ___________ to get one.

Pay as you go fares are cheaper than buying paper single tickets. You can also use your ___________ debit or credit card to pay as you go on London's public transport, although ___________ transaction fees may apply.

2. Touch in and out on the yellow card readers

Remember to touch your Visitor Oyster card in at the yellow ___________ at the start of your journey and to touch out at the end on Tube, DLR, London Overground, TfL Rail and most National Rail services in London. On buses and trams, just touch your card on the yellow reader at the start of your journey - you don't need to touch out when you ___________.

3. Travel outside the busiest times

The busiest times to travel are 08:30 - 09:00 and 17:30 - 18:30, Monday to Friday. If you are able to travel outside these times, you could enjoy a quicker, more comfortable journey, especially if you're carrying heavy ___________, a rucksack, or travelling in a group.

4. Stand on the right

Always stand on the right when using the ___________ at Tube stations, leaving enough space free for passengers in a hurry. Once you get onto the ___________, always stand behind the yellow line and move along the platform where more space is available so it's

easier to board the next train.

5. Travel differently

See a different side to London. You can ___________ a bike for as little as £2 with Santander Cycles, London's self-service, bike-sharing scheme, take to the air with Emirates Air Line, London's cable car or take a scenic boat trip along the River ___________. Alternatively, walking in central London is a great way to get around and experience the city. You'll find that there are plenty of street maps to help you get around and it could be quick than taking the ___________ or the bus.

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