It may not be a typical means of public transport, yet – given my experience in Rome – I can’t help recommending again (I did it once before!) such a double decker bus for visiting any British or other big city of the world.
Especially if tourists have little time at their disposal (24/48 hours), I find it very difficult to organise on your own all the trips to various places you’d like to see.
One may have special preferences, but such a bus is perfect for those who want not to miss what most tourists see…
Unlike the price in London (£ 20-22), in Rome the service cost considerably less (€15)… or too much, given the fact that a ticket to the main airport (Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino) is € 14 or a weekly ticket for all means of public transport is €16?
Just like London, Rome has hundreds of such buses (there are dozens in the significantly smaller Edinburgh, where these pictures were taken), while Bucharest hasn’t got even one.
I wonder how many other big European cities could boast with a similar lousy ‘performance’? While is hasn’t got anything in common with London, Bucharest only shares the extremely busy traffic with Rome :-(
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