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London Underground

London SW1H 0TL, England
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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.
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“rush hour” (814 reviews)
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London SW1H 0TL, England
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Reviewed yesterday

The underground is the best means of getting around London. Bus and taxi are very slow because of the heavy traffic.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

For someone who does not live in London. Tube travel is relatively easy and inexpensive. You can access all of London within a very short space of time and if you have contactless on your card then infrequent use is a breeze. It's not luxury...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Always amazes me... how the underground runs so well. It's always ridiculously busy... but organized chaos. The trains we used at the weekend were clean

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Reviewed yesterday

A quick and easy way to get around London especially if it is raining also much cheaper than a taxi. One drawback (or advantage) is the "Tube Divorce" - if you are not quick you may leave your other half on the platform.

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Reviewed yesterday

Recently, note has been taken to the unique art that is in the tile work of some of the stations. Most notably, Charing Cross, Baker St, and Islington. Note here a tile works of an early castle. A recent research project forced investigations into what...More

Thank Gail S
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Reviewed yesterday

great fun on the tube.If you plan your journey it is so easy to get around stations are well signposted and trains are frequent

Thank kate m
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Reviewed yesterday

Make sure you have a week's ticket then you can start using the underground. Everything is clearly explained. The trains are fast and waiting time is absolutely acceptable

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Reviewed yesterday

We travelled for at least 2 hours each day on the London Underground. Clean carriages, timely trains and all taking you to the best landmarks in the capital. Brilliant

Thank jam551
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The "Tiube" is the best way to move in London! Fast, easy access to all points of interest and "typical" lifestyle. The staff is alwayws helpfull and never hesitates to support a "stupid" Non - Londoner to get the right ticket! For visiting London it...More

Thank Hans S
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The iconic London underground covers most of London. Gets you to where you want to be with no fuss no bother. Buy an oyster card if you are here for a while you get them from the machines and are easy to top up. You...More

Thank Rob B
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golferBarrhead
2 February 2018|
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Response from joe s | Reviewed this property |
Hello Petter You need to take train to london Euston about £21.00 Or bus national express for £8.00 Then there at Euston station you need to take the northern line to Waterloo and there you change by taking jubilee line to... More
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Chelsea N
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Response from Ken O | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Barry. Go to the ticket office and get the info. Staff are very friendly and want to help. Don’t rely on tips from all and sundry.
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Hi, I'm the bearer of bad news I'm afraid - Barking underground doesn't open until 5 am and it will take you at least 45 mins by tube.
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