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A trip to London must include the twin streets of Oxford and Regent. Here you will see a diverse range of shops covering all budgets, from Primark to Burberry. A trip to Hamley’s Toys is a must, especially around Christmas, with great displays, a variety...More

Date of experience: May 2018
Thank lorealden
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Great place for Christmas lights and shopping. Walking from Oxford Street to Piccadilly Circus. We would like to come back here every December. Child friendly as well

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank sixthdashman
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Regent Street is one of the more upmarket shopping streets of London. Expect a lot of A brand flagship stores.

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank 500dank
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great Christmas lights this year. Dazzling angels all along the street. Only bugbear were the crowds of people but it's good money coming into London.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank norman1366
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

For me, this is the best street in London. The festive decorations make this a lovely place to shop and enjoy the great stores. Yes, it’s very busy at this time of year but that adds to the experience.....enjoy

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank robnh61
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This London street is always fascinating for the array of shops that attract milions of people; I suggest you to go to the "majestic" Burberry shop( I don't get any money from them to say so)😂😂

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Gimier
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Regent Street is a must for every tourist in London. It's such a nice taste of London if you walk along this street at night. Route as Oxford Street - Regent Street- Piccadilly Circus - Trafalgar Square - Big Ben Clock is higly recommended and...More

Date of experience: October 2018
2  Thank AnthonySoigau
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Christmas lights were pretty impressive but overall not as in to all the massive shopping. It's still cool to see though

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank LeviN_11
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were in London for the day, so made sure we spent some time in Regent Street strolling, enjoying the lights and the seasonal shop fronts. Great atmosphere although, not surprisingly, very crowded. Nevertheless, a good place to be prior to Christmas.

Date of experience: December 2018
16  Thank bsandrs
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The Christmas lights will put you in a wonderful mood. The iconic street is close to many landmarks. You will enjoy! 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

Date of experience: December 2018
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Neveastrid
August 3, 2018|
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Response from Netteflondon | Reviewed this property |
Hi the stores open around 9 except sunday open later about 11 due to trading laws. Most shops are still open at 8 and 9 in the week. All the cafes and restaurants open later. You are in theatre land so restaurants cater for... More
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farmerdj
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London visitor centre / Travel information centre (2 Replies)
Hi folks I noticed the other day that the Visit Britain centre on Lower Regent Street has closed down. I wanted to pop in there to get some free London maps for some friends of mine who are coming to London. I did a quick google but couldn't see that this has been relocated. Does anyone know of a Tourist Information centre in central London or anywhere else I can pick up free maps of London?
March 16, 2012|
Response fromKNRB|
I don't think that office has been replaced. The only proper tourist information centre in Central London now is the City of London Information centre - located just South of St Paul's cathedral towards the millennium bridge. There are travel information centres at Victoria, Piccadilly Circus, Euston, St Pancras, Liverpool St. and Heathrow - but the maps/info they have are probably limited to bus/cycling etc. The lobbies of hotels are often useful for finding free maps of cities and similar...More
Westpassage
Hotel recommendation for 2 nights in October? (11 Replies)
Hi guys, Looking for a hotel for 2 nights in October. Myself and my daughter thinking of a weekend shopping and sight seeing. London is so big! Don't know where we should be based. Considering flying to Heathrow. Would hope to get a taxi to a hotel and just walk around whilst there. Would ideally like to see Big Ben, London Eye, Buckingham Palace and shopping on Oxford Street/Regent Street? Any suggestions? Thoughts of travelling on the tube scare me! Would like to be walking distance. ...More
August 27, 2013|
Response fromCheshireBurt|
I've just booked the Premier Inn at County Hall, it's located right next to the London Eye,Big Ben and Parliament are just over the bridge,Hotel rates are very reasonable considering the great location.
Moira C
4 day travel questions.. oyster cards ?? (3 Replies)
im assuming from reading this forum that the best option for travel around central London is by using Oyster cards.. my plans are as follows. Day 1..stansted express into liverpool street station on a sunday, we will be using tubes for waterloo, baker street, westminster on that day also Day 2..probally waterloo tube to victoria and back again Day 3..from Regent street area back to waterloo Day 4..Waterloo to charing cross and then later waterloo to liverpool street heading back to...More
May 08, 2016|
Response fromElmersEnd|
Yes you can get the oyster card from the underground station and pay cash for it. Waterloo is across the river from Charing Cross so if you follow the railway line and cross via the footbridge there would be no need to use any transport. You will probably find yourselves using more transport than just these few trips, it can be used on buses as well. Where are you actually staying?