Getting to Regent Street
Close to all transport links that feed into central London, travelling to Regent Street couldn’t be easier, whichever route you choose to take.
Located in the heart of the city, Regent Street is accessible via three major tube lines: Central, Piccadilly and Bakerloo – all offering a fast and frequent service.
For the the scenic route, several major bus lines run along the curve, taking you north, south, east and west, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you prefer to drive, you’ll be surprised how many car parks are tucked away amongst the stunning architecture of the area. However, if travelling to your own timetable is the way for you, Barclay’s Cycle Hire provides visitors with around the clock access to bike hire.
Regent Street is a walkable distance from London attractions such as Covent Garden, Leicester Square and Hyde Park. The Regent Street Walking Tour app also offers an architectural guide once you have reached your destination.
For further details on each mode of transport, click the appropriate link.
All stores with access are marked with the Shopmobility sign. Please contact the shops directly if you would like further information about accessibility issues.
The Disability Information and Advice Service offers information and advice on issues affecting disabled people in Westminster. Phone 020 7641 5721 for further information.
Westminster residents with disabilities which prevent them from using buses or trains are also eligible for a Taxicard. This scheme allows card holders to travel in black cabs at greatly reduced fares. Find out more by calling Westminster City Council’s Transport Team on 020 7641 2298.