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Whether you’re here for a day, a week or longer, odds are you’re going to get acquainted with London’s transport systems. Try to avoid the rush-hour crush (7.30am-9.30am and 5pm-7pm) if you’re loaded with suitcases, but if you can’t, check out our five-step guide to travelling during peak commuting time. Whenever you’re on the move, the cheapest fares are available when paying by Oyster or contactless payment card and the handy Hopper fare means you can make unlimited bus or tram journeys within one hour at no extra cost. Here to party? The Night Tube means you can enjoy London after hours without needing to take a pricey cab ride home.
Here’s our handy guide to all the ways you can get around London.
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