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.

We’re also proudly working in partnership with AccessAble, who have created a dedicated accessibility guide to Regent Street to support your journey to and from our iconic curve. From the nearest toilets, street features and crossings to parking and more; read our Regent Street Accessibility Guide.

London Underground

The closest underground stations are:

Oxford Circus: Victoria, Bakerloo & Central Line

Piccadilly Circus:Piccadilly & Bakerloo Line

Green Park:Victoria, Jubilee & Piccadilly Line

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BIKE DROP

For those arriving by bicycle, use BIKE DROP's valet-style parking service available at 61 Great Portland Street or 56-60 Conduit Street and plan your route using TFL's Cycle Map.

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CAR PARKS

If you're thinking of driving into town there are plenty of car parks near to Regent Street, with a number of facilities from motorcycle bays to baby changing facilities.

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CYCLE HIRE

Santander Cycle Hire provides visitors with easy access to bike hire with no booking fee. Simply take a cycle, ride it and return it. Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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BUS STOPS

Regent Street is the centre point for a large network of bus routes providing easy access to the street from north south, east and west. More information can be found on the Transport for London website.