London zone map
London map zones. London zone map (England) to print. London zone map (England) to download. London has a total of nine zones as its shown in the map of London Zones. These areas of London start from the city center, which is zone 1 and they open to the periphery until reaching the most distant zone of the city center, the zone 9. In each zone of London, we will find the different neighborhoods or districts that make up London.
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Specifically the map of London is divided into zones 1 to 6 (see the map of London Zones) and if you visit or travel to London you will stay mainly in zones 1 and 2 and possibly zone 3, it is rare to go up to zone 4 to 6. The price to move from zone 1 to 2 in London one way is £ 4.50 if you do not have an Oyster and with the card the price will be divided by 2.
London is divided into 9 zones that originate in the historic center (as its mentioned in London zone map). 95% of the tourist attractions are located in zones 1 and 2. Heathrow airport of London is located in zone 6. When you buy a subway ticket, it is necessary to know the zones where your departure and arrival stops are located in London. As mentioned above, you will need subway tickets for zones 1-2 for most sightseeing London tours, unless you are staying far from the city center.
The price of a ticket is variable since London is divided into 9 travel zones and according to the zones where you travel, the price will vary. This is visible on the London Zone map. Zones 1 and 2 are the center of the city where all the tourist attractions are, the rest is the outskirts of the city. The price for the Oyster Card for a visitor is advantageous.
Tube, Docklands Light Railway (DLR), London Overground and National Rail services in London are divided into zones (see London zone map). Most services operate in zones 1-6, with Tube, London Overground and National Rail also operating in zones 7-9. If you use a Travelcard on any of these services, it must be valid for every zone you travel through. Buses do not operate in zones and any Travelcard is valid for any bus journey within Greater London regardless of the zone(s) it covers. If your Travelcard includes Zone 3, 4, 5 or 6 you can use it on trams.