Travel

  • National & international rail

    National & international rail

    There’s a reason why so many leading companies headquarter buildings are based here. With Marylebone, Euston, Paddington and Kings Cross / St Pancras Station within reach, commuting or visiting the Quarter is a breeze, whether its from Luton, Liverpool or Lille. Easy access is vital for the area’s business staff and clients.

  • Underground

    Underground

    There are Underground stations all around us and within easy walking distance. Baker Street Station runs the biggest service with five lines serving the station. The Bakerloo, Jubilee, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines can be accessed. South of the Quarter the Central line can be used at Marble Arch and Bond Street where you can also hop on to the Jubilee line.

  • Walk

    Walk

    Once you’ve reached the Quarter rather than hopping on a bus or tube take the opportunity to explore on foot. Its always the case the best discoveries are made off the beaten track and here is no exception. Our streets are home to some beautiful buildings, boutiques and great spaces and walking at your own pace lets you take them all in at your own leisure. You can walk from north to south of the Quarter in around 15 minutes and east to west will take you no longer than 10 minutes. Our Map of the Quarter features two curated walks for you to discover the area at your own leisure.

  • Cycle hire

    Cycle hire

    You will find Santander cycle hire docking stations throughout the Quarter which gives you the chance to explore the Quarter at your own pace. Plan your cycle hire at Transport of London.

  • Bus

    Bus

    Unbelievably there are 28 bus routes serving the Quarter, passing through in all directions. Our one-way central road system means that if you’re heading south its likely you will pass through Baker Street and north through Gloucester Place. You can plan your route and view live bus arrivals at the Transport for London website.