sightseeing on/by bus

Gabriel Malheiros

Senior Member
Portuguese - Brazil
What's the correct sentence?

"Where can I buy a ticket to get around/go sighseeing london by bus"

Or

"Where can I buy a ticket to get around/go sighseeing london on bus"
 
  • Hermione Golightly

    Senior Member
    British English
    "Where can I buy a ticket to get around/go sighseeing london by bus"

    Or

    "Where can I buy a ticket to get around/go sighseeing london on bus"

    < Answer to other question now in other thread. Cagey, moderator. >


    Your thread title is 'On or by' The correct preposition here is 'by' which we often use when talking about means of transport: to travel by bus, by bike by train.

    < Edited to remove comment that is no longer needed. Cagey, moderator. >
     
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