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London Day Pass

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London Day Pass for 3 days is 73 GBP with travel is it 100 GBP

3 days is just the amount of time I will be there - I plan to do the top attractions: The Tower and jewels, Westminster, St. Paul's and then a trip to Windsor - my other plans require no fees (I hope!): Covent Garden, Green Park, Trafalgar, Millennium, Borough Market, Hyde Park, Kensington Garden, Horse Guards, The Mall, etc

Shall I buy the pass for 100 GBP which also allows me to use the Underground, buses and trains, including the train to Windsor? or should I just get an Oyster Pass and pay to enter the sites I want to see?

Thank you.

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