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Getting around London city and Regents Park has never been easier; this vibrant and ever-moving city has numerous means of travelling around the city conveniently. Here at Hotels Regents Park we highlight the most convenient and commonly used methods of getting around London:
o By Car - Although the majority of journeys involving Central London are made by public transport, car travel is common in the suburbs. Due to the heavy traffic and congestion charges in place within central London driving may be for the more experienced drivers with knowledge of the hectic road system around central London.
o By Bus - London's bus network is one of the largest in the world, running 24 hours a day, with 8,000 buses, 700 bus routes, and over 6 million passenger journeys made every weekday. London has the largest wheelchair accessible network in the world and became more accessible to hearing and visually impaired passengers in 2007 as audio-visual announcements were introduced. The distinctive red double-decker buses are internationally recognised, and are a trademark of the London transport system so why not travel about Regents Park using the bus system.
o By Tube - Travel using the London Underground, which is a rapid transit system serving London city. The Underground has 270 stations and around 400 kilometres (250 mi) of track, making it the second longest metro system in the world by route length. It is also the oldest subway system in the world and makes getting about London very convenient. The closest tube stations to Regents Park are the Regents Park station, the Baker Street station, and the Great Portland Station giving you many options for getting about.
o By Air – Heathrow is the UK's main airport and is London’s largest. Located on the western outskirts of the city, Heathrow is also one of Europe’s leading international hubs. Located only 15 miles outside the centre of London and is well connected with the public transport system. You can take the Heathrow Express train to/from Paddington Station in the centre of London. The tube also has two stations for Heathrow on the Piccadilly Line, which connect directly from Kings Cross. Other very popular London Airports include Gatwick Airport and Stansted Airport.
Whatever means of transport you prefer while visiting Regents Park you will not be stuck for choice. So be quick and book your Hotels Regents Park break now!