A mega tour de force

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ALX400 Sir Christopher Wren 18496 is seen having just circled around Marble Arch to head towards Buckingham Palace. RICHARD SHARMAN

Richard Sharman took a tour on megasightseeing.com to see how the two hour tour provides value for money in the capital

There is a new player in the London open top tour market, megasightseeing.com. Services began on 23 April this year, operated by Stagecoach London from its Bow depot.

Four months into the operation, I tried out the tour for myself to see how it was running. Megasightseeing.com is unusual in the London open-top market in that it is not the traditional hop-on hop-off type of tour. It offers a two-hour non-stop tour of the city, taking in 50 tourist attractions with three joining points: the Tower of London, Park Lane and The London Eye.

A side view of the megasightseeing.com livery. RICHARD SHARMAN
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