Great atea shoyld you have rhe chance to get out of tge station and walj around. Great SHOPS and restaurants. Station is very nice to look at. But if you want to eat anything I suggest you go out of the station and scout the...More
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As you would expect a London station to be this is busy. Plenty of staff around to provide any assistance that may be required and passengers pass smoothly through the ticket barriers. Great little shops that are not overly priced. Very clean despite the volume...More
A friendly, easy to navigate station also within walking distance of Edgware Road underground station. (Useful if you need the circle line)
We kept asking people where to go in London with cute shops and a nice area to walk around. No one mentioned this place. We found on our own and it was our favorite spot!!
Visually very nice from outside. Inside its not as good. Not many choices of food and drink. However it is good as a Chiltern Line station and only round the corner from Baker Street,etc
Very upscale and pretty neighborhood in the middle of London with some picturesque architecture and the home of the fabulous Wallace Collection.
Maylebone, a station both underground and main line, the latter the last to open in London in 1907. But also a district between Wigmore Street and Baker Street. A state of mind. Waitrose meets Grants Books meets Providores and Tapas, Kiwi-style small-plate pretension. Wigmore Hall...More
This is an effluent inner-city area of Central London. Bordered by Oxford Street, it is a fashionable shopping area with specialist shops and boutiques. There are also nice pubs and bars here.
This is a lovely area. The tube and train station is a nice red brick structure - absolutely beautiful. The walk from here to Regent's Park also lovely - think the houses are worth at least 2 mln pounds but such nice white 3 storey...More
I'm not really a fan of London, but if money was no object and I had to live in central London this classic area of prosperous streets and Georgian houses with its villagey atmosphere a world away from the tourist tat to the south would...More