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London Travelcard & Oyster Card

London Travelcard or Oystercard?  Choose the one that best suits your needs and get around easily and conveniently on the tube, buses and trains.

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  • Travelcard 1 day off-peak - adult €18,70
  • Travelcard 1 day off-peak - child 11-15 €9,80
  • OysterCard 20+5£ good for 2 days €32,00
  • OysterCard 25+5£ good for 3 days €38,00
  • Travelcard 7 days - adult €49,10
  • Travelcard 7 days - child 11-15 €25,00
  • Travelcard 1 day off-peak - adult €18,70
  • Travelcard 1 day off-peak - child 11-15 €9,80
  • Oyster Card 20+5 £ - good for 2 days €32,00
  • Oyster Card 30+5 £ - good for 3 days €44,20
  • Oyster Card 40+5 £ - good for 4 days €56,50
  • Travelcard 7 days - adult €57,70
  • Travelcard 7 days - child 11-15 €29,30
  • Travelcard 1 day off-peak - adult €18,70
  • Travelcard 1 day off-peak - child 11-15 €9,80
  • Oyster Card 45+5 £ good for 3 days €62,70
  • Travelcard 7 days - adult €88,90
  • Travelcard 7 days - child 11-15 €45,00

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London Travelcard & Oyster Card

With Travelcards and Oystercards you can travel as much or as little as you like on buses, underground, trams, DLR, London Overground, TfL Rail and most national rail services in London.
London Travelcards are valid for one or 7 days and are issued as paper tickets. Your Travelcard will be stamped with the date of the days you wish to use it, and is ready to use as soon as you arrive in London. Simply show your Travelcard to the bus drivers and pass it through the turnstiles at the train stations. You can choose zone 1/2, zone 1/3 or zone 1/6.
Oystercard is a rechargeable card that you can load with £15, £20, £25, £30, £35 or £40 and, like the travelcard, you can use it to travel on London's public transport.


  • Travel by metro, bus and train
  • Indispensable. The cost of a single ticket starts at £4.90!
  • Saves time, avoids buying individual tickets each time and long queues
  • Big savings compared to buying ordinary tickets
  • You arrive in London with your Card in your pocket, ready to be used

How it works

You will receive, directly at the address you have indicated as the "shipping address", everything you have ordered in original.
The Travelcards or Oyster Cards will be the final ones, to be used on the spot without any further formalities!

Prices for children and young people

Children up to 4 years of age: travel free of charge, no ticket required.
Children from 5 to 10 years of age: free of charge, if accompanied by an adult (max. 4 children per adult), no ticket required.
Children aged 11 to 15: child fare. (OysterCard does not handle child fares, we recommend purchasing a 7-day child Travelcard as it is less expensive).
16 and over: normal adult fare.


The Travelcard is ready to use. No photo or ID card is needed.

How to use

The Travelcard must be 'inserted' in the card reader to gain access to the metro and trains. This must also be done on the way out, so keep it handy at all times. For buses, you must get on at the front and show your Travelcard with the dates clearly visible to the driver.


London Travelcards will be delivered to you already activated and stamped with the start and end date of validity, based on the activation date you entered when ordering.
Please respect these dates carefully, you can only use it within its validity period!

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How does a Travelcard work?

The London Travelcard can be used on all public transport in London: buses, underground, trains and Docklands Light Railway, including Night Buses. It allows free travel for 1 day or 7 consecutive days in zones 1/2, 1/3 or 1/6. You can travel without restriction on all modes of transport, for the days and within the zones you have purchased.


The Travelcard is ready to use. You do not need a photo or ID card or any other formalities.


The Travelcard is valid for 1 or 7 consecutive days. For example: if you have purchased a 7-day card and use it for the first time on a Thursday at any time, the card will expire at 03.00 on the night of the following Wednesday or Thursday.

How to use it

The Travelcard must be inserted in the card reader to access the metro and trains. This operation must also be repeated on the way out, so keep it handy at all times. For buses, get on at the front and show it to the driver.

How does an Oyster Card work?

Oyster Card allows you to travel on buses, underground, trains and Docklands Light Railway.


Oyster Cards are ready to use. You do not need a photo or ID card or any other formality.


The Oyster Card has no specific expiry date: you can start using it whenever you like and the days you use it may not be consecutive. For example, if you have bought a card to travel for 3 days in zones 1/2 (with a credit of £25) and you use it for the first time on a Thursday, you will be able to travel all day, without restriction (always within zones 1/2). You may then decide not to use it at all on Friday and resume use on Saturday, and so on. After 3 days of unlimited travel, the card will be out of credit.

Credit usage

London is divided into 6 concentric zones for public transport purposes. Zones 1 and 2 correspond roughly to the urban area, while zones 3 to 6 could be called 'Greater London'. A gigantic area that includes London City (zone 3) and London Heathrow (zone 6) airports.

When you travel, the Oyster 'sees' the route you have covered and scales the amount. The very important thing to bear in mind is that if you make several journeys in a day, the Oyster will charge you for your journeys up to a set amount. This depends on the areas you have visited. Once this amount has been reached, Oyster will no longer charge you for your trips, which will then be free and unlimited.

Let's take a practical example: you have purchased a £25 Oyster Visitor Card (+ the usual £5 issuing fee).
You start with your first trip on a weekday morning, before 9.30am (Peak) and always stay within zones 1 and 2.
The Oyster will charge you £2.90, then make another trip, after 9.30am (off-Peak) it will charge you £2.40. Total £5.30. Then make another trip, you will only be charged £1.90 because you will have reached the "Maximum Daily Charge" which for zones 1 and 2 is £7.20 (see table).
All subsequent trips made on the same day will be free!

So if you stay within zones 1 and 2, using the "Maximum daily charge" of £7.20 per day, you will be able to travel freely and completely unlimited for 3 days!

You can withdraw your remaining credit (up to a maximum of £10) in cash by simply placing your Oyster Card in the yellow self-service machines in all underground stations. Enter the 'Oyster refund' button. The Oyster will be cancelled and the machine will issue the credit in cash.

How to use the Oyster Visitor Card

Whenever you need to take an underground, train or bus, you have to swipe your Oyster on the yellow Oyster readers. Here's what the readers look like, for subways and trains and for buses:

Only for subways and trains do you have to repeat the operation on the way out. For buses, once you have swiped your Oyster on the way up, you can get off wherever you like. You do not need to swipe your Oyster when alighting.

When you bring the card close to the yellow reader, an audible signal will tell you that you have successfully checked in and your available credit balance will appear. NEVER swipe twice on entry. If you have any doubts: the gate won't open, you can't get through on time, etc., contact the station staff, who are always present at the turnstiles, IMMEDIATELY. They will be happy to help you and you will avoid incorrect and very expensive charges!

Cancellations and refunds

Once issued, Travelcards are non-changeable and non-refundable.

What is included
What's included
  • London Travelcard: unlimited travel on bus, tube, tram and train, for the number of days and areas you choose.
  • London Oyster Card: unlimited travel on buses, underground, trams and trains, subject to availability.

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