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There are temporary timetables in Wales between 25 October and 9 November due to a two-week Welsh Government lockdown.
Spectacular scenery, friendly drivers and comfy seats, what more could you ask for on a day out?
Offering a frequent service the 555 bus starts from Keswick at 7:10am (Lancaster at 7:15am) with services from 8:30am running every 60 minutes.
The route connects with Windermere Station, popular villages and top tourist attractions.
On board there is free WiFi, USB charging points and audio commentary so it’s the perfect Lake District sightseeing bus.
From Keswick, the route climbs away from the views of Derwentwater towards the wooded slopes of Thirlmere over Dunmail Raise.
Next, heading towards Grasmere and Rydal and on to the busy market town of Ambleside where passengers are greeted with bus stop views of the Langdale valley.
Ambleside Pier connects visitors to the Windermere Lake Cruises - all aboard for a boat ride with our bus & boat tickets before following the edge of the Lake, destination Windermere railway station.
From Windermere, rolling hill views take to you to Kendal and through the South Lakes to Lancaster.
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