The Brewers Inn

147 East Hill, Wandsworth, London, SW18 2QB, United Kingdom
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Transport from Heathrow to Docklands

by tharinduc

What are the cheapest transport methods (public/private) from Heathrow Airport to London Docklands. How much will they cost? Also I would like the transport to be convenient as well. Thanks!

Re: Transport from Heathrow to Docklands

by puerto_lover

There is a route planner on this web site for journeys in London:

If I was doing this journey, I would consider taking the 'tube' or underground train from Heathrow to Canary Wharf using the only tube line that runs from Heathrow - Piccadilly line - as far as Green Park station and then change to take a Jubilee Line tube to Canary Wharf. Fare is £4 one way and time for journey about one hour to 1 1/2 hours but consult the journey planner.

Maps of the tube are on this page:

There is a 'shuttle' shared taxi type service I think called "dot2dot" that did advertise the 'door to door' service from Heathrow to Docklands but I am not sure about the cost nor the exact details. Certainly they would be more expensive - possibly around £30.

Re: Transport from Heathrow to Docklands

by leics

You will find all Heathrow public transport links and info on this page:

Dot2dot still exist (they were originally part of the National Express coach firm, but are now independent) and provide Heathrow>your hotel transport for 21.50GBP each way.

Cheapest is not necessarily the most convenient. Use the link above to decide which Heathrow>London transport suits you best, then the journeyplanner in the post above to find onward travel to your hotel/Docklands end point.

Travel Tips for London

Here's what you missed in Athens, sir!

by morgane1692

See these pilfered treasures at the British Museum at a much better angle than you could ever see them if they were still attached to their original foundations back in Greece...which is not to say they should not be returned there one day...hmmmm.... Seeing these stunning bits from the actual Parthenon, having just come from the very Acropolis itself the previous day! Very cool, indeed!


by Toyin

When in London, it is good to walk the Hade park and do the tours of the Albert memorial. It gives tourist an opportunity to get a closer look at the Frieze of Paranassus and other fine details of the greatest monument of the the Victorian era.

Piccadilly, St. James, Soho...

by mulivieri

Piccadilly, St. James, Soho and Trafalgar Sq.: In this two zone of London you can see obviusly the Piccadilly Circus, a place very nice because is full of shops, peoples, teathers, disco, I think it's the heart of the city. You can also go in the Trafalgar Sq. where you can see in the middle the Nelson Column and behind it two museum: The National Gallery and The National Portrait Gallery. Also in this zone you can walk in the London Chinatown (SOHO), it's very interesting and very nice.

St Martins in the fields

by Elodie_Caroline

I think this is a pretty little old building; it's just to the side of The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square. It just sort of strikes you, that it's out of place amongst all the much bigger buildings around this area, so it i's sort of out of place, but in the nicest possible way. Oh, and there is even a café in the Crypt too!

Actually, this is very well known for it's musical content too; the late John Paul Getty donated millions to this church so that they could keep their traditional music set alive.
below is the official website, it tells you all about forthcoming concerts, the cafe and opening times etc.

Punks !!!

by Pierre_Rouss

Punks !!!
England/London... source of the punk movement!
Well, you can still find a bunch all around. This scene was taken just beside Covent Gardens, they were preparing for a little daytime rock show. The type of show that look like they keep tuning their instruments for an hour!!! (actually it was pretty good)


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Address: 147 East Hill, Wandsworth, London, SW18 2QB, United Kingdom