The Arch London

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

50 Great Cumberland Place, Marble Arch, London, W1H 7FD, United Kingdom
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Rated 32% higher but also costs 300% more than other 2 star hotels

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From Heatrow airport to Waltham Forest

by Pedro_Laia

hi Vt members!
i'll arrive in Heatrow airport around 21.30.
what's the best option (not by cab), to get in Clarence Road, Waltham Forest?
if can especify the number of the bus, where to get etc., i would apreciate.
thanks in advance

Re: From Heatrow airport to Waltham Forest

by puerto_lover

Open Google Maps and search for
Clarence Road, Waltham Forest, London E17

You can see the road (and street view) - along Blackhorse Lane and you come to Blackhorse Station. This is on the VICTORIA LINE tube.

From Heathrow you can get the Picadilly Line Tube train all the way to Finsbury Park then you can change to a Victoria Line train to Blackhorse Lane. From the station its about 15 minutes walk. or there is a bus along Blackhorse Lane.

open the Tube Map :

You are going from left side BLUE Route to top right side. Longest part is sitting on the tube train all the way to Finsbury Park.

There are probably other routes but this seems the simplest.

Look for specific trains and any service interruptions using advanced options if only using Tube on

Re: From Heatrow airport to Waltham Forest

by Pedro_Laia

thanks! thats great!

Travel Tips for London

Go for a walk along the...

by SusanneBeck

Go for a walk along the Westminster Bridge. You can see Big Ben up close and also have a lovely view of the Thames river. You can watch all the people as they rush past and see what London's really about. I miss standing on Westminster Bridge and seeing Big Ben glistening in the sun, looking as if it's made out of gold.

Spend a few hours with Dali

by vichatherly

I do like a bit of Dali and so it was great to take a look at the "Dali Universe" exhibition in the County Hall, next to the London Eye, on the South Bank of the Thames.

A bit freaky at times and most definately of a very sexual nature, as Dali seemed to have sex on his mind most of the time. A nice big thumb as well.

Open daily 10.00am to 5.30 pm

Admission: Adults: £8.50
Seniors, Students and UB40s: £7.50
Children 10-16: £4.95
Children 3-9: £1
Children under 3: Free

Horseguards Parade

by Mariajoy

I love this wide open space in the middle of London.... used occasionally for ceremonial purposes. I have seen various members of the royal family here on horseback ... and Lord Mountbatten once.. a long time ago..

St James Park is just opposite.

Do not touch

by TinKan

Do not mess with the Queens guard. They take everything serious nowadays.
Through out the day we had seen many of the guards around the city in places that were under the guard of the Queens guard. We tried to make them smile as all good tourist do but had no luck.

Bring your sense of humour and an Umbrella

by APIA05

Be cautious, thieves are everywhere in the UK and open bags, easy access to rucksacks just make the lives of lowlifes easier. Open fashionable bags might look fabulous on your shoulder but also make easy targets for mobile phone, ipod and wallet/purse thiefs. I always take a shoulder bag out and ensure it's never away from my watchful eye.
Be warned! Use your common sense when packing for the UK, the weather changes like the wind and you could find yourself in the middle of November wearing a t-shirt, suddenly in the middle of a down pour. if I have seen anything in my years in London we are experiencing freaky weather, summers are short and winters and unpredicatable. We are in the middle of Feb, half expecting snow (which is common for this time of the year) and I have been gardening wearing a t-shirt. It pays to be safe. Definately bring yourself a small compact umbrella as you never know when you will be caught short. We have it all in the UK, our supermarkets sell toiltries and medical supplies and no fear of us running out. The chain "Boots" is our popular chemist which offer great value supplies from painkillers to hair straighteners. I will only advise on good walking shoes as you can walk for hours around london trying to see all the sights. London is a marvellous city and it can be a wonderful experience, like most city's the popular tourist resorts are the ones to be wary, the same as Florence, Barcelona etc. It doesn't have to be the most expensive break either if you do your homework before or e-mail me for advice. Try and see a show, visit Buckingham Palace, the Tate Modern, get lost in London with a map and discover all those old cobble streets. Where Sweeney Todd murdered his victims, join the jack the Ripper tour, take a boat cruise to Greenwich, have a picnic in Green Park, Feed the ducks in Battersea Park or take a trip to Primrose hill.


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Address: 50 Great Cumberland Place, Marble Arch, London, W1H 7FD, United Kingdom