Montagu Place Hotel

2 - 3 Montagu Place, Marylebone, London, W1H 2ER, United Kingdom
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A route and time

by svetlanaM1

Hello, VT-Members.
***HAPPY NEW YEAR*** to all;)))
Could anyone tell me how much time it takes to get from 28 Gloucester Terrace , Westminster, London to 6-7 Southampton Place, London by subway?
If you know another way say to me please.
And how much many does it cost? May be there are some tourist's cards in London like in Lisbon..

Re: A route and time

by jo104

You will have to get the postcode as according to the internet Gloucester Terrace is in Paddington. I would suggest once you have the postcodes for each address you enter these into journey planner on the london underground website
also you can look up the exact address on for walking directions once you exit the tube.
A single fare with a paper ticket can cost GBP4 whilst a single journey on an oyster card is GBP1.80 within zone 1.

Re: A route and time

by rexvaughan

It appears to me that your closest tube stops are Paddingdon and Holborn. From Paddingdon you could take either the Circle or District line to the Central line which then runs to Holborn. Given a change of trains I would still think you could do it in less than a half hour. There are day passes available for the Tube (and buses are included as well). Off peak cards are less than 6 GBP and good for the day. Enjoy this wonderful city.

Re: A route and time

by tango_jd

Google Maps puts Gloucester terrace near Lancaster Gate tube also although I guess it depends on the exact address/post code.
If so, its one line (Central Line - the Red one) from Holborn Tube to Lancaster Gate.
My guess is that, even if Paddington is a little nearer to walk-from, by the time you have changed tube lines, it would be the easiest option.
But - do confirm the addresses and post codes then Google Map them to see which Tube is best.

Travel Tips for London

The London pass

by sourbugger

The London pass give you entry to a range of places. if you think of London as a kind of giant theme park then £23 for a day is quite reasonable.

A few tricks when you have bought the card

1) Pick a few places that are fairly close together to be able to use the card several times in the day

2) Don't waste time using the card on places that are free or cheap anyway

3) Remember that it often lets you get to the front of the queue

I used one (2002) and basically used it everywhere I could walking from Charing Cross to London Bridge on the South Bank - had a great day.

Highlights on this card include London Zoo, London Aquarium, HMS Belfast, the Globe theatre and the Cutty Sark. Always seeing something new - if they put a new kerbstone in where I live it is exciting.

Lovely, even in winter, and...

by Homo_Faber

Lovely, even in winter, and some would say especially in winter (though not me). London offers something to anyone. Historical site, museums, clubbing, bar-hopping, fine cuisines and good shopping opportunities. BEST IN THE SUMMER

FREE London - Canadian High Commission

by M0B1US

If you're in London and you are of Canadian persuasion, why not drop into your local embassy for FREE unlimited internet in comfortable surroundings!

As well as there being all the usual embassy services there are about six PCs you can get your hands on in the information centre. when we were there only a couple were being used. They even let you print stuff off for free as long as you don't take too much advantage...

If you're not Canadian, never fear as you can still blagg your way in using some excuse about wanting to visit Canada or finding info about visas etc... It's convenient too as it is on Trafalgar Square, so at some point in your visit to London I guarantee you WILL be standing outside it...


open on christmas day

by lovelondonforever

London is very diverse place, with nationalities from every corner of the globe.
London is also home to around 1 million muslims and 100,000 Jews who do not celebrate christmas.

So in particular you could look at these types of areas, like aldgate, brick lane, golders green,

And quite a few restaurants serve christmas dinner

Nice Day for a White Wedding

by Mariajoy

Just round the back of Covent Garden is the 17th Century St Paul's Church designed by Inigo Jones. I wasn't able to look inside as there was a wedding ceremony taking place, but the square opposite the church (not the Covent Gdn side) was full of people and pink blossom.

There is so much information on this website, please check it for more history of the church.


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