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London Underground, better known as the Tube, has 11 lines covering 402km and serving 270 stations. Opened in 1863, it is the world's oldest underground railway network, and one of the largest.
London SW1H 0TL, England
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I feel like a mole going in out the underground. It is very well designed. Get a oyster card for frequent travelling and travel after 930am for cheaper rates off peak period. There are color coded signboards even at entrance if you do not have...More

Thank WongMeiLingMay
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The ease at which the underground operates is amazing. From getting your ticket to finding your train route has been well thought out. You just can't get lost!! If you do there is always someone to help you with a smile. Thank you very much...More

Thank toko_1965
Reviewed yesterday

The London Underground is the quickest way to get around the city. Do not travel in rush hour unless necessary as unfortunately the underground was not built to cater for the number of people who now use it at these hours and results in temporary...More

Thank Agatha659
Reviewed yesterday

Highly recommended, but avoid rush hour periods. An Oyster card is also very useful in easing the journey through the stations. Tube maps are plentiful and available in apps for tablets and phones.

Thank Isdc1316
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This was really a wonderful experience. Easy and quick to use to get literally to any place. Different options to pay. Good facilities at the mains stations. I will definitely use it every time I visit.

Thank Tracy N
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

London Underground is an essential but unpleasant part of most Londoners / commuters and tourists lives. If you are coming to London just accept is very busy particularly in peak times and rather in pleasant particularly in the summer months Remember you can use a...More

Thank PIgsyLondon
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

First I would like to complement the helpful staff of London underground. They are so helpful and polite. The nicest people on my trip were in London. Second, everything is so clear and easy moving around London. There is goid info and maps around. Saved...More

1  Thank BrownieMuffin
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Using London Underground is one of the easiest and most affordable way to move from Heathrow airport To central london. Just heap an Oyster card and load it with 25 pounds it should be enough to use to move around london for two days.

1  Thank Khalil978
Reviewed yesterday

Arrived from Paris on the Chunnel trai into a Subway station. Subway maps on station walls are easy to read and understand. Took us right to within a city block of our hotel. Cost is very reasonable. After our trip, the Subway train took us...More

Thank davidkN9917NE
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I travel on the London Underground most days, it is mostly on time and efficient! There are delays from time to time but that is to be expected. You can get across London in very little time at all. The central line is rather unbearable...More

Thank Sarah B
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If you only had an afternoon to experience London on a
grand scale, Westminster would be a wise place to
start. The ornate Houses of Parliament and Westminster
Abbey sit adjacent at a corner of Parliament Square,
and a short stroll along The Mall leads to Buckingham
Palace. Trafalgar Square and Nelson's Column are just
up the road as well. As captivating as the
architecture is, the wonders of Mother Nature are
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18 August 2018|
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Response from Middx | Reviewed this property |
Hi, it all depends where you stay in London, how long you are here for. Oyster card sound like the best thing, but there are travel cards one can buy too. I would look on their website for the best deals, maybe family deals... More
Victoria M
10 August 2018|
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Response from Rieslingfamtravels | Reviewed this property |
Take the Bakerloo Line from Paddington to Piccadilly Circus and then it is about a 2 min walk. I cannot say specifically how stroller (pram) friendly it is, but we did our entire trip with one last year and only had 2-3... More
4 August 2018|
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Response from Kejaro526 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I, too would say The Underground, with the proviso of the previous answer!