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Cheapest Option to Visit London for 3 Days

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A group of 8 of us, ages ranging from early 20s to early 80s will be visiting London in May for 3 days. We would like to see all the major attractions, and would like to know which would be both the cheapest, as well as least strenuous option? We have to bear in mind that it will be difficult for the 80+ travelers to climb downstairs/upstairs all the time at the tube stations.

Here are the options we have been considering:

1) London Pass vs. Purchase Tickets for Individual Attractions

Advantage of London Pass: can bypass all the queues at the attractions.

Disadvantage: The cost of the London Pass would be much more than what we would actually be able to see in 3 days.

2) Travel Pass vs Taxicabs

Advantage of Travel Pass: can board any tube or bus by just showing the pass.

Disadvantage: May be more expensive for 8 people to each have their own Travel Pass than getting 2 taxicabs each time.

Alternative suggestions are more than welcome! Thanks.

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