How to use London buses and metro

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Today we will explain public transportation in London from buses, trains and Underground in a very simple and easy way.

The first and most important step:

Do not forget to buy an Euser Card that will give you trips to the Underground and buses in London at a low price. You can buy an Oyster Card from the Single Visa Office or from the airport or any metro station in London and charge it with a balance of 30 pounds and this amount It takes you about a week to get around London.
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There are two systems for using the Oyster card, and I prefer the payment system according to use. If you are not sure how many trips you will take, then payment as per use on the Oyster cards provides you flexibility and convenience.
Take as many trips as you want and you will never pay more than the daily maximum limits for the places you move

Credit will be deducted from your card every time you take a trip until you reach the daily maximum
This includes paying when traveling on buses and underground.
Tram, Docklands Light Rail DLR and London Underground Trains

To charge the Oyster card, follow the explanation below:

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Go to the ticket vending machines at any underground station and choose the Arabic language from the bar shown to you at the bottom of the screen.

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Choose the amount that you want to charge in the card and not exceed 30 pounds per week because you will not consume more than that amount and you can pay in cash or by bank card or visa.
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After the charging process is complete, slide the Oyster card to the Yellow Continental to charge the balance and review your account.

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Now you can enter and use the trains, but you must pass the card through the yellow reader on the gates, and your balance will appear in the screen in front of you in the pot.

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Also, when exiting the station, you must pass the card on the yellow reader to open the gate for you and exit the station.

The Oyster card can be used either in the underground (subway), buses, or metro stations.

How to get around in London using buses and underground buses

Log on to the following site
https://tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/
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In this example, we want to go from Piccadilly Street to London Eye
So write your place (whether the place name, address, station or tourist attraction) and write the place of arrival that you want to go to and then click on the Plan My Journey button.
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You can choose the preferred means of transportation, whether a bus, underground, river boat … etc.
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You will see a brief flight information and you can add the trip to your favorites.
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Your flight data will be saved to your favorites and you can use it at a later time when you are ready to go by bus or bus.
It is preferable to make the most important trips and store them in advance in the favorites, and that is a short time
We complete the explanation:
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Now it will show you a comparison with the available means, whether metro or bus, with the number of stops and the time taken. (Choose what you like)

Explanation of going underground (underground)

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Click Show details and your itinerary information will be shown to you in detail, as in the following image:
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The picture above tells us that you should go from Piccadilly to Green Park Station on foot.
Then head inside the station to Jubilee Line, then choose the train to Stratford.
Finally, get off at Waterloo Station and exit from the station, then head to Riverside Walk, Lambeth on foot and eventually you will reach the London Eye.

Go by bus:

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Head to the intersection of Haymarket Street with Jermyn Street, and here you can use the map or Google Map to get to the exact location of the bus stop.
Note that you must board bus number 23 to Aldwych, and upon arrival at Aldwych station, exit the bus and get on the second bus, number RV1, which will take you to the London Eye.

London Metro maps:

I advise you to save the following maps to your device so that it is easy for you to return to them at any time. (Click on the map to see it further)
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