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Free London travel maps

Plan your route around London in advance and take advantage of the options the city has to offer. Download these free London PDF maps and guides before you arrive.

Whether you're travelling around London by Tube, bus, DLR, London Overground, bike, river service, or on foot, always consult a map or guide before you travel.

London Tube map

The London Tube map [PDF 265KB] is a design classic and makes navigating London's underground rail network simple. This up-to-date and easy-to-use London Tube map covers all nine travel zones, including zone 1, which covers central London. It also marks all stations which have step-free access, riverboat services, trams, airports and more. Your single must-have map when travelling across London.

London bus maps

Travelling by bus gets you around London quickly, easily and often quite cheaply. These handy maps show key bus routes in central London and further afield, as well as night bus services and spider maps, which detail exactly where every bus stop can be found.

Docklands Light Railway guides

Discover the best places in east London for eating, drinking, shopping and history, with these free guides to the Docklands Light Railway. The DLR services key locations such as Stratford (for Westfield Shopping Centre), North Greenwich (for The O2 Arena), Canary Wharf and Cutty Sark (for Maritime Greenwich).

London Overground map

Travel around the whole of central London on just one network. Plan your journey on the London Overground with this free map and explore areas outside of the city centre. Services go through stations such as Stratford, Euston, Shoreditch High Street, Hampstead Heath, Shepherd's Bush and Kensington Olympia.

London’s river services map

See the options for travelling on the Thames, from regular Thames Clipper services to leisurely boat tours. Services call at Westminster (for the Houses of Parliament), The London Eye, Embankment (for the West End), Tower (for the Tower of London) and Greenwich (for the Maritime museums).

Accessibility guides

If you have ever found it difficult to use public transport, then this guide is for you. It shows you how much easier it is becoming to get around London, and encourages you to make use of the many forms of public transport available, including assisted public transport.

Cycling routes and maps

Use these free maps and guides to discover new areas of London on two wheels. Hire a bike and see the city from a different angle, and maybe save money at the same time. Find out where to find the Cycle Superhighways, special signed cycle routes and leisure routes that reveal London's secret gardens and Saturday markets.

Tube station toilet map

Find out which stations on the Tube, DLR and London Overground transport network have toilet and baby-change facilities so you don't get caught out when travelling across the city. Look for the special map key that signifies stations with toilets.

Walking maps

Follow these suggested walking routes to discover a fresh perspective of London. Plan your journey in advance and carry the walking map with you. Routes include Olympic highlights such as The O2 Arena, Greenwich Park and the Serpentine, plus central London walks past St Paul's Cathedral and Buckingham Palace.

Experience London

Discover ideas for great days out with Experience London. Suggestions include inspiring day trips, exploring the city on foot, taking in the sights by bike and ticking off London's top 10 attractions. There are free maps to help you plan your route and keep you on track.

London attractions map

Use the London attractions map to find your way around the capital. Making an ideal tourist map, simply tick boxes to find attractions, parks, museums, historic houses and more, plotted on the map.

Discover the capital with a hop-on-hop-off London bus tour within a 24 or 48-hour period, an ideal way to see London's most iconic landmarks and areas.