Dean Street Townhouse

69 - 71 Dean Street, London, W1D 4QJ, United Kingdom
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Kew Garden to Grennwich

by hoingai

I will be in London on 22/5 - 23/5, how to go from the Airport to Kew garden? and how to go to Greenich from Kew garden?

Re: Kew Garden to Grennwich

by hawkhead

www.tfl.gov.org will take you to the London Transport site. They have a very good travel planner, which will give you all the information.

Re: Kew Garden to Grennwich

by hawkhead

whoops, sorry, webiste is: www.tfl.gov.uk

Re: Kew Garden to Grennwich

by johnmperry

basically they're on opposite sides of greater London.

You could get metro silverlink all the way, but that would take about 2 hours.

Probably best bet is to go back one station to Richmond, and pick up a (fast) rail train to waterloo (<15 mins). I think Waterloo east serves Greenwich.

Re: Kew Garden to Grennwich

by cubsur

Yes the route Kew Gardens to Greenwich suggested by the previous poster is the quickest.

Kew Gardens to Richmond
Richmond to Waterloo (main station)
walk 200 metres Waterloo (Main) to Waterloo (East)
Waterloo East to Greenwich.

Trains every 10 - 15 minutes on all routes, every day.

The first question confuses me. Do you wish to travel direct upon arrival from the airport (which airport?) to Kew Gardens.

London has five airports!

Re: Kew Garden to Grennwich

by jonellis

You don't say what Airport ? If it is Heathrow you can take the Tube (Piccadilly line) to Acton Town where you change to the District line and catch a train going to Kew Gardens. Then to go to Greenwich you can go on the same District line east to Monument where you switch to the Docklands light rail that takes you to Greenwich. Or you could get off the district line at Embankment and go to Greenwich by boat which gives some very good views of London. Takes longer, but I assume you are there to see things.

Re: Kew Garden to Grennwich

by hoingai

my plane will land at Heathow airport, I planned to go to Kew Garden directly from Heathow, and then greenwich.

is it taking tube is the fastest from Heathow to Kew?

thanks!

Re: Kew Garden to Grennwich

by hawkhead

What time does your plane land? What are you going to Greenwich for? i.e. is that where your hotel is? Or are you going to sightsee? Kew Gardens are huge and will take a long time to do properly. And then to try and sightsee in greenwich on the same day is really not feasible.

Re: Kew Garden to Grennwich

by cubsur

The quickest direct route from Heathrow to Kew Gardens is to take the London Underground (tube) Piccadilly Line train to Turnham Green and change lines there for the District Line (direction Richmond) which will stop at Kew Gardens. The average journey time is about 35 minutes.

The Piccadilly Line serves all terminals at Heathrow Airport.

There is a complete London railway and Underground Map here

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/tube-dlr-trams-and-train-travelcard-zones-map.pdf

The quickest route Kew Gardens to Greenwich is as said before:

Kew Gardens - Richmond - Waterloo (walk very short distance) Waterloo East - Greenwich

Hope that helps.

Travel Tips for London

One of the Great Cities of the World

by Radiomom

I've two fond memories from a trip to England over the Christmas/New Years holidays in 1970-71. One was attending the Royal Ballet's Nutcracker Suite, then walking through the foggy night, viewing some of the major 'sights.' The other was visiting a friend who taught at Cambridge. We went to a terrific New Years' Party. The eternal optimist (me) was deeply involved in a terribly weighty disagreement with an equally dedicated pessimist. I believe we had imbibed vast amounts of celebratory drink. I haven't the vaguest idea of who 'won,' but I remember thoroughly enjoying the experience.

Shopes at Oxford Street

by Imbi

Official opening hours are generally from around 9 am to 5 pm. Most stores are open six days a week, and some are open on Sundays.

Virtually all larger shops will exchange goods if they are returned undamaged and within a few days with the receipt.

Only pounds are accepted, but currencies can be exchanged in any branch of a local bank, or at one of the many bureau-de-change outlets located in most major towns across the country

London without pubs? Sounds...

by oja

London without pubs? Sounds like a nightmare, doesn't it? So neglect sightseeing for a while, head to the nearest and... cheers, mate!
A cool, stoical barman's face with a hint of martyrdom as I said, 'Can you please take a photo of us, please?'

Veeraswamy (Mayfair
99 Regent...

by MVMT

Veeraswamy (Mayfair
99 Regent St.(Piccadilly Circus) London, GB, W1 0171-734 1401
Whilst fans salute the 'fabulous reincarnation' of this 'long-established' (since 1926) Regent Street Indian, which now boasts 'sleek', 'trendy' decor and a 'different' regional menu, critics say it 'lost its good old imperial' ambience and claim the cooking 'does not live up to the hype'; still, to the majority it's a 'classy' 'Indian dining experience', 'not a curry house.'

Tamarind (Mayfair)
20 Queen St.(Green Park) London, GB, W1 0171-629 3561

At this chic Mayfair Indian, the 'ambience and food are spectacular and the prices match' ('cheaper to fly to Delhi' grumble some), but admirers don't mind paying more for 'superior' food from the northwest frontier; it's a 'favourite for business dinners' and regulars say 'let the waiters choose -- you won't be disappointed.'
...and Rasa Samudra
5 Charlotte St. (Tottenham Court)

When snowing...

by Jenniflower

Even in snowy and cold weather, layer your clothing. Wear thermal underwear (these are easily bought at the local clothing shops), with warm leggings and a top under a toasty jacket. I have my trusty grey duffle coat, plus a white snow jacket for this type of weather, and they are a godsend! Wear flat shoes, that have a good grip, as when it is snowing, and afterwards, when it is sludge, it's really difficult to walk and keep your balance! So take care and be wise as to what you wear, especially on your feet! Always being your camera - you are sure to get some great snow pics!!! :)

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Address: 69 - 71 Dean Street, London, W1D 4QJ, United Kingdom