Cricklewood Lodge Hotel

1 Cricklewood Broadway, Cricklewood, London, NW2 3JX, United Kingdom
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London buses

by taurean_traveller

I want to catch a bus to a stop closest to Buckingham Palace.Preferably something that starts at/near Trafalgar Square.I have tried a journey planner on tfl but it only gives me details of underground.
I have looked at sites that give general details but nothing that gives actual bus numbers.

We do not want details of Underground stations as walking is a difficulty from Green Park station.
Just something that stops nearby

Re: London buses

by bazsi79

Would you like to go from Trafalgar Square to Buckingham Palace? Because that's not such a long walk (about 1.3 km or 0.8 miles).

There is no bus line directly at Buckingham Palace, the nearest stops are probably Green park or Victoria. If you would like to check bus lines in the area, you can find a map here:
http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/central-london-bus-map.pdf

Or if you go the the advanced options of the journey planner, you can choose what mode of transport you prefer, and uncheck the underground there:
http://journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk/

Re: London buses

by puerto_lover

Persevere with journey planner and look at the Advanced Options where you can untick the boxes for all the services you don't want like the Tube.

It will give you bus routes etc only.

http://journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk/

You can also get bus route maps (PDF files) that can be zoomed into for more details.

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/gettingaround/9440.aspx

Re: London buses

by TheLongTone

My bike odometer gave the length of the Mall at 0.66 miles. It's a nice walk. edAsthe man sez, buses to Victoria will get you nearest...some walking is inevitably involved. Nothing so plebean as a bus=-stop disfiguring Queenie's view.

Re: London buses

by leics

And for security, I suppose.

Re: London buses

by cubsur

I worked for several years not far from Buckingham Palace. The bus stops in Grosvenor Place are the nearest, routes 2,8,16,36,38,73,82,148 and 436. I would say 5 or 6 minutes walk. Slightly more distant are the many routes at Victoria Station.

The stops near Green Park are even longer a walk. The 8 and 38 run past Green Park to Hyde Park Corner then down Grosvenor Place. On the left hand side of Grosvenor Place is a high wall, which is the 'back garden wall' of the Palace.

Re: London buses

by taurean_traveller

Thank you for the tips.
However I did write that walking is a difficulty hence the question about buses stopping as near as poos to Buck house

Re: London buses

by leics

It seems there are no nearer stops than Grosvenor Place, unfortunately.

Re: London buses

by PatrickLondon

There's no bus that goes near the front of Buckingham Palace. You can get an 11 or 24 from Trafalgar Square to Victoria Station, but you'd still have to walk up Buckingham Palace Road quite a way - but a bit less if you're going to the Royal Mews or the Queen's Gallery, which are at the back and side of the Palace.

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/gettingaround/maps/buses/pdf/trafalgarsquare-2262.pdf
http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/gettingaround/maps/buses/pdf/victoria-2277.pdf

The 9 goes from Trafalgar Square towards the other side of the Palace, along Piccadilly to Hyde Park Corner, but you'd still have to walk through Green Park to the front of the Palace (almost as long as simply walking up the Mall).

You might need to take a taxi for this trip.

Re: London buses

by TheLongTone

I really fail to understand why people want to look at Buck House. A very mediocre building with a vulgar interior. There are many better things to see.

Travel Tips for London

Most of the attention of the...

by albertus72


Most of the attention of the millions of tourists visiting the Houses of Parliament each year, goes to the clock tower. This tower, opposite the larger Victoria Tower is better known as the Big Ben , the nickname of the bell inside the tower.

The ladies' bridge

by bzh

Waterloo Bridge, crosses river Thames to link Waterloo Road to Aldwych. It was built during World War II by female workers, the male workforce being on the war front. The stone used for the bridge is a light grey self washing stone. When it rains (not an unusual occurrence in London), the water reacts with the stone and washes away grime and dirt. As a result, the exposed part of the bridge is always clean and light grey while the underside is dirty and black.

Westminster bridge

by kris-t

Westminster Bridge is a road and foot traffic bridge over the River Thames between Westminster and Lambeth.

The current bridge, opened in 1862, is the second on the site and replaced an earlier bridge that had opened in 1750 and had the tendency to sway alarmingly.

Westminster Bridge is a seven-arch wrought iron bridge which has gothic detailing by Charles Barry (the architect of the Palace of Westminster). It is the only bridge over the Thames that spans seven arches and is the oldest bridge in the central area of the river Thames. The bridge is predominantly green, the same colour as the leather seats in the House of Commons which is on the side of the Palace of Westminster nearest the bridge.

This is in contrast to Lambeth Bridge which is red, the same colour as the seats in the House of Lords and is on the opposite side of the Houses of Parliament.

Inter-Cultural Atmosphere

by Manyana

Over 200 languages are spoken in London and over 80 nationalities are available here. You can find your favorite food and drink from your country nextdoor.
There are also certain areas for specific communities like China Town, Oriental City, and other.
You'd seldom hear British accent is spoken for multi-lingual English is spoken everywhere. You'd rather listen to Spanish, Chinese or African English spoken than British English...very amazing!
A Londoner once told me that London is the most beautiful city to live in in the world for everything is available here, all differences melt in harmony. You'd feel home.

I like you London:^)

Personaly my favourite thought...

by blue-viggen

Personaly my favourite thought for this would be to visit a play / Theatre or my favourite the Ballet, Currently the Russian Bolshoi Ballet is touring London and it is amazing the sheer dedication of the Ballerina's is just awe inspiring to watch. I know how much effort is involved in such moves as I was a gymnast in my teenage years so believe me it's incredible to see. Other than this the Theatre currently showing MAMA MIA and THE LION KING also CHICAGO, and many other Theatrical plays in the West End of London best tube stop is Covent Garden, just nearby are all the top show's and plays,,, just like broadway......

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Address: 1 Cricklewood Broadway, Cricklewood, London, NW2 3JX, United Kingdom