I just returned from London, so I thought it would be the perfect time to feature Tube Map London Underground, a free and popular app (available on both iOS and Android) that helps travelers (and locals) get around the British capital. Over 18 million people have downloaded it worldwide, making it the number-one London Tube app.
Here’s a quick list of features:
- Step-by-step directions
- Live data from Transport for London (TfL), so you’ll be the first to hear about delays and closures on the London Underground
- Real-time navigation around any disruptions
- Offline functionality
- Costs of different routes so you can see what route is faster and/or cheaper
- Ability to save your favorite routes in one place for faster route planning on the go
- Closest London Underground stations from any location
- Station accessibility info for traveling on foot, with heavy luggage, with a pram/pushchair, or as a wheelchair user
- Detailed station information about facilities such as toilets, cash and ticket machines, Wi-Fi access, and taxi ranks
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