I have two closely related questions about "districts" in Ticket to Ride: London.

  1. How are districts defined?
  2. How many points do you get for completing a district?
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    This is literally a question of "I can't be bothered reading the rulebook" and has no place kn a general reference Q&A site. If you have actual doubt about the meaning of a particular or definition, perhaps difficulty or ambiguity in identifying a district and its score, ask that. Otherwise this is not worth the server space to keep.
    – Nij
    Dec 31, 2023 at 10:39
  • (Added ticket-to-ride. The usual practice is to tag the base game, even if it doesn't directly relate to it.)
    – ikegami
    Feb 23 at 8:33

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"What are districts in the game Ticket to Ride: London?"

Quoting from the official rules:

A District is made up of Locations of the same colour and number.

For example (and in fact the example used in the rules), Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Tralfalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus make up a district as they are the four locations on the board marked with a green "2".

"How do we get to know about the points we gain from a district?"

The very next sentence in the rules is

This number is also the Points value of the District.

e.g. you score 2 points for the Buckingham Palace/Big Ben/Tralfalgar Square /Piccadilly Circus district, because it is marked with a "2". Covent Garden and the British Museum would score you only 1 point, because it is marked with a "1".

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