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Travelling to 63 from the airports.

Details of travel from Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted can be obtained by clicking here

If you hold a concessionary bus pass issued in England you will be able to travel free on any London Transport bus whilst visiting London. The concessionary passes issued in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are not valid on London Transport buses.

Travelling to 63 from the Main Line Rail Stations

You will be able to take a taxi from all the main line stations to 63

Travelling by Underground to or from Lancaster Gate Underground station.

Coming out of the station you turn right proceeding west along Bayswater Road for a few yards to 63.

Travelling by bus, the stop is opposite Lancaster Gate Underground station.

When you get off the bus you should walk west along Bayswater Road keeping the station on your right. Cross over the road and proceed west along Bayswater Road for a few yards to 63.

Details of travel by either Underground or bus from Charing Cross, Euston, Kings Cross, St Pancras, Liverpool Street, Paddington, Victoria or Waterloo main line stations can be obtained by going to the London Transport Journey Planner website and following the instructions shown under Journey Planner towards the top of the right hand side of the web page.

Visitor tickets

If you intend to travel frequently during your stay visitors to London can choose whether to buy an Oyster card to pay as they go or buy printed tickets. Oyster is London's travel smartcard. Add money to it so you can pay as you go on bus, tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and some National Rail services. London Transport's aim is to ensure that Oyster always charges the lowest fare. A special Oyster card is available for overseas visitors. Some tickets and Oyster cards are available online and from overseas agents so that you can buy them before you arrive in London.

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Fantastic Location

Overlooking Kensington
Gardens and Hyde Park

Near to tourist attractions

  • London Eye
  • Madame Tussauds
  • British Library
  • View from the Shard
  • Camden Market
  • Covent Garden
  • Tate Britain
  • Tate Modern
  • Trip on Thames
  • Greenwich