Buckingham Palace is one of the working and remaining Palaces of Royal Families which are now open for visitors as well. Here are some ways to reach Buckingham Palace.
Buses always take the top slot when it comes to transportation in London. This is because unlike trams, and trains, buses have stops at almost all the major places. This saves you from walking miles after hopping out from the bus, especially during the sweltering summer heat. Buses available for Buckingham Palace are Bus no. 11, 211, C1, and C10.
Victoria station is six-minute away from the Buckingham Palace, and it often has departures to the places in the south that includes the Gatwick airport, Brighton, and the south coast. Trains could take you to the places away from the central part of London within a few minutes.
Buckingham Palace is just a walk across from the St. James Park. The Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Mansion-house, and Churchill war rooms are just a couple of minutes’ walk from the Buckingham Palace. One could use a rented car, or a taxi to reach the Buckingham Palace, from where they could saunter towards the different attractions.
Using London's public cycle hire service, you could use hire one of the bicycles, and tour around London. The costs range from £2 - a couple of euros per day. Sometimes, the first thirty minutes of the journey are given free of cost. Thus, if you have decided to make maximum use of your holidays in London, cycling will be the best part of it.