City Sightseeing Bournemouth is returning!!!

Exciting news for tourists and locals alike: The Poole Quay and Sandbanks Explorer will be featured in the City Sightseeing Bournemouth relaunch on 1st April 2023 once again. This iconic sightseeing service has been a staple of the town for years, offering tourists and locals alike the chance to explore the best of Bournemouth in a fun and convenient way.

To celebrate the relaunch, we're introducing a brand new feature that we're sure everyone will love: a free 15-minute Beryl taster bundle included with every Hop on Hop off bus ticket for passengers aged 16 and over. This exciting addition will give riders the opportunity to try out Bournemouth's popular bike-sharing scheme, Beryl, for free and get a taste of the fun and eco-friendly way to explore the city. See details here: Bus and Bike

But that's not all – we're also bringing back our popular Bus and Boat combination ticket, which allows you to explore the city by both land and sea. Take in the stunning coastal views from the top deck of our open-top bus before hopping on a boat and cruising along the coastline. It's the perfect way to see the best of Bournemouth, Sandbanks, Poole and the Jurassic Coast in one go.

For those who enjoy getting some exercise in between bus stops, we're also offering a new Bus and Boot option, which includes self walking routes around some of Bournemouth's most scenic locations. Whether you're a nature lover or a history buff, there's something for everyone on our walking routes.

Our classic hop-on-hop-off bus tour with commentary will still be available for either 24 or 48 hours, taking you along the stunning clifftop routes to Poole Quay via Sandbanks and Poole Park. Whether you're a first-time visitor or a Bournemouth regular, our bus tour is an essential experience.

So mark your calendars for 1st April 2023 and join us for the relaunch of City Sightseeing Bournemouth. With new features and classic favorites, it's the perfect way to explore one of the UK's most beautiful coastal towns.

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