Bridgestreet Pepys Street

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by nech56

is there a railway station at Heathrow?

Re: heathrow

by hawkhead

I don't know exactly what you mean by railway station. Heathrow is connected to London Paddington by the Heathrow Express and also by Heathrow connect. There are no trains to other parts of the UK from Heathrow airport. will give you all information about Heathrow airport, including transport links.

Re: heathrow

by nech56

I want to buy my tube tickets at a railway station..7 I understand you can use it for 2 for 1 discounts. Thanks for quick reply.

Re: heathrow

by tango_jd

Best check first - Just in case the 7 day ticket for the ZONEs that include Heathrow is a lot more expensive than the inner Zone 1 / 2 that are sufficient for most travellers/tourists.

Re: heathrow

by planxty

John makes a good point about the tickets, you may well not need an all zones travelcard, which you would need to get from Heathrow. Depending on where you are statying, you could consider buying a single into the centre and buy a zone 1 and 2 travelcard which will take you to virtually all the major tourist sites.

The very best website for all matters relating to London transportation is this one.

Hope this assists,


Re: heathrow

by cubsur

Heathrow has several 'railway stations spread around the five terminals but there are direct services only to London and the western suburbs.

There is a good map here

this map includes the bus connections to the national rail network via Reading and Woking.

The authorities are still arguing about the best means to connect Heathrow into the national rail network for those passengers not travelling to or from London itself and it will be many years before such a link is built, if ever.

Hope that helps.

Travel Tips for London

visit Harrods ,Selfridge and...

by it_s_me

visit Harrods ,Selfridge and other great stores in for example Oxford street.London is a really big and beuatifull city.
You should also see the showrooms with the famous car brends i miss the English way of breakfast.the manner of speaking and the city environment

Tourist Information Centre

by gloopgloop

The main big Tourist Information Centre is located in Regent's Street, there smaller centres elsewhere in London.

BLVC is operated by VisitBritain and is a one-stop shop for visitors to London and Britain. The centre provides free information, travel and destination advice and itinerary planning from the highly trained information staff in at least eight different languages. Visitors can redeem their London Pass vouchers and purchase Transport for London Travelcards. BLVC also offers a range of commercial services such as a travel agent, ticket agent, currency exchange (including VAT refunds) and a souvenir shop. Visitors to the centre can also access the Web in the internet lounge.

Britain and London Visitor Centre (BLVC).
1 Lower Regent St, SW1
Tube: Piccadilly Circus
Tel: +44 (0)8701 566 366 (08701 LONDON)

British Museum


British Museum
The building itself is an artistic classic, and it also has the world's greatest collection of antiquities.

I noticed there were countless treasure, which were stolen or robbed from the other countries (include China), were being exhibited there shamelessly!!

Cold people

by charlottespencer

London people are rarely friendly. They are very cold people towards strangers because they are suspicious of weirdoes and crime, and if you try and accost them in the street they may think you're up to no good or trying to sell them something. If you are a man, you will have no success in trying to chat up women whatsoever, so don't try it. Also, keep away from lone women on the streets at night because you will make them very nervous. Please don't be offended if people are cold towards you - it's their problem, not yours!

The Tate Modern does not allow...

by AndreasK

The Tate Modern does not allow photography inside the galleries but the lobby areas are interesting and you can get some photos of the river from the top floors. I visited the museum shortly after its inauguration in the spring of 2000.


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