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Yes that enduring landmark of London is still the main way to get from A to B.
Bus travel is included in a travel card or oyster and may be preferable in the early hours. There are thousands of buses/ routes so consult the official travel for London route planner HERE - it will tell you whether bus, train, or a combination is suitable for your hen weekend transportation.
Routes sometimes differ from day services so check the service timetable, which appears in blue at bus stops. Passengers must always request a Night Bus to stop.
Find out if a cab firm is licensed here. Beware of unlicensed "mini-cabs". All legitimate private hire vehicles and operators are now licensed by Transport for London so that passengers can easily identitfy legal minicabs. You can tell by this yellow disc. It is illegal for mini-cabs to pick up from the street, always pre-book by phone or use taxi-ranks.
Heathrow, Gatwick and Stanstead are all used for travel into London, although Heathrow is the only one served by the underground. You can find airport information here.
Yes, this is a website for hens so we thought it a good idea to include a few words on the subject. A little oulandish, too showy? Too expensive? Maybe not. Try these limo hire companies, they love hen nights and wouldn't you just feel so glam stepping out of one?
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