A local guide to move in Leicester Square

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In the city of Leicester Square, what kind of things are there to do?

What makes the heart of Leicester Square? At Cozee we asked ourselves what would define the culture, the vibe of a given area. We have come up with the following elements so whether you are a foodie or a night bird, we got you covered. Check out the different restaurants, pubs and gyms that exist in Leicester Square to help you decide as to whether to move there or not.

Museums & Galleries in the area

An area lives because of the people who live, work and interact. Art is a great way to discover an area in a new way. If you are looking to move in Leicester Square we definitely recommend that you check for galleries, museums and other cultural institutions. They provide a great source of enjoyment over the weekends.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
The National Gallery Trafalgar Square, London 4.7 47389
National Portrait Gallery Saint Martin’s Place, London 4.6 10128
The Photographers’ Gallery 16-18 Ramillies Street, London 4.5 2418
Churchill War Rooms King Charles Street, London 4.6 12533
Benjamin Franklin House 36 Craven Street, London 4.2 292
Somerset House Strand, London 4.5 1477
Freemasons Hall, London 60 Great Queen Street, London 4.8 1829
Camera Museum 44 Museum Street, London 4.7 278
Spencer House 27 Saint James’s Place, London 4.6 340
The Cartoon Museum 63 Wells Street, London 4.1 1024
Alison Jacques 22 Cork Street, London 4.6 47
British Optical Association Museum 42 Craven Street, London 4.8 13
The Household Cavalry Museum 66 Horse Guards Avenue, Whitehall, London 4.5 2689
Museum of Freemasonry 60 Great Queen Street, London 4.5 172
Mall Galleries The Mall, London 4.6 638
Matthiesen Gallery Ltd 7, 8 Masons Yard, St. James’s, London 5 4
The National Police Memorial The Mall, London 4.6 54
Fashion Space Gallery 20 John Prince’s Street, London 4.5 13
Cristea Roberts Gallery 43 Pall Mall, St. James’s, London 4.6 37
Civic Workshop Somerset House, Lancaster Place, London N/A N/A

Gyms and leisure centre in the area of Leicester Square

While working from home has increased, so has the frequentation of gyms to help keep in shape. With companies like Better or Pure Gym and others, Leicester Square might help you stay in shape. A great feature to have nearby.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Oasis Sports Centre 32 Endell Street, London 4.3 788
YMCA Club 112 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 168
SweatBox Soho Ramillies House, 1-2 Ramillies Street, London 4.3 445
Virgin Active Shell-Mex House, 80 Strand, London 4.3 299
Fitness First 15 Great Marlborough Street, London 4.3 434
Nuffield Health Covent Garden Fitness and Wellbeing Gym 9 Endell Street, London 4.3 130
Fitness First 6 Bedford Street, London 4.3 345
Yogarise Covent Garden – Yoga classes in Covent Garden, London 13 Mercer Street, London 4.3 62
Jubilee Hall Gym 30 The Piazza, London 4.3 111
Covent Garden Physiotherapy Ground Floor, Durham House, 1 Durham House Street, London 4.3 46
Nordic Balance St James’s | Gym & Physiotherapy 7-9 Babmaes Street, London 4.3 180
Body Control Pilates 35 Little Russell Street, London 4.3 36
Powertone Studios 13 Maddox Street, London 4.3 1
Fitness First Berkeley Square House, Berkeley Square, London 4.3 205
ENHANCED PERFORMANCE Rex House, 4-12 Regent Street, London 4.3 N/A
PureGym London Piccadilly – Upgrade Coming Soon! Rex House, 4-12 Regent Street, London 4.3 340
Digme Fitness Covent Garden 4-10 Tower Street, London 4.3 150
Third Space Soho 67 Brewer Street, London 4.3 1177
Jon Mortimer PT Mayfair 21 Piccadilly, London 4.3 35
Health Club at The Dilly 21 Piccadilly, London 4.3 18

Parks and green spaces in Leicester Square

Big green spaces cover the UK and London. However, it may be hard to work out just how much green space there is by just looking at a map. Here is a table below that shows you the green space of Leicester Square in more detail.

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
St James’s Park London 4.7 54833
Hanning Recruitment 12 Hay Hill, London 4.3 510
Golden Square Golden Square, London 4.3 1283
Soho Square Gardens Soho Square, London 4.3 6139
The National Police Memorial The Mall, London 4.6 54
Rathbone Square 1 Rathbone Square, London 4.6 50
The Phoenix Garden 21 Stacey Street, London 4.6 461
Bedford Square Garden Washington Group International, 20 Bedford Square, London 4 425
The Tuk Tuk Flower Studio 34 Bourdon Street, London 1 1
Shakespeare Water Fountain 4 Leicester Square, London 4.6 8
St Anne’s Churchyard 55 Wardour Street, London N/A N/A
BoldBits 39 Saint Martin’s Lane, London N/A N/A
Fountain of Trafaglar 5 Trafalgar Square, London 4.7 12
Floral Court 25 Floral Street, London 4.5 224
Diamond Jubilee Garden St Pauls Church, Bedford Street, London 4.4 12
WPC Yvonne Fletcher Memorial 6 Saint James’s Square, St. James’s, London 4.7 3
Stolperstein 3 Upper James Street, London N/A N/A
The Diamond Jubilee Penny Maze Henrietta Street, London 5 1
Memorial bench for Kirsty MacColl Soho Square, London 4.6 5
Southwood Garden St. James’s, London 5 1

Are there a lot of supermarkets in Leicester Square?

Perhaps one of the most common amenities in Leicester Square would be supermarkets. Below, you will be able to tell what type of supermarket there are in Leicester Square and what company operates here.

We weren’t able to find any supermarket in this area. If we were wrong, tell us in the comments the name and address of your local supermarket or grocery store. We’ll amend this page

What kind of restaurants are there?

Leicester Square is rich in restaurants, from Indian, Chinese or Italian ones, your area is vibrant with life and the foodies that you may be will surely find what you are looking for.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Premier Inn London Leicester Square hotel Queens House, 1 Leicester Square, London 4.3 927
The Clermont London, Charing Cross Strand, London 4.3 2417
Covent Garden Hotel 10 Monmouth Street, London 4.3 624
The Royal Horseguards Hotel & One Whitehall Place, London 2 Whitehall Court, London 4.3 2343
One Aldwych 1 Aldwych, London 4.3 1341
Charlotte Street Hotel 15-17 Charlotte Street, London 4.3 1138
Sofitel London St James 6 Waterloo Place, London 4.3 1982
Dean Street Townhouse 69-71 Dean Street, London 4.3 1775
Karma Sanctum Soho London 20 Warwick Street, London 4.3 655
St. James’s Hotel and Club – Mayfair London 7-8 Park Place, London 4.3 408
The Cheshire Hotel 110 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 583
The Ivy 1-5 West Street, London 4.3 3523
Wong Kei 41-43 Wardour Street, London 4.3 3522
Boyds Grill & Wine Bar 8 Northumberland Avenue, London 4.3 306
The Wolseley 160 Piccadilly, St. James’s, London 4.3 6069
Bob Bob Ricard Soho 1 Upper James Street, London 4.3 2703
Veeraswamy Victory House, 99 Regent Street, London 4.3 1629
Simpson’s in the Strand 100 Strand, London 4.3 837
Hawksmoor Seven Dials 11 Langley Street, London 4.3 3554
Opera Tavern 23 Catherine Street, London 4.3 566

Pubs

As Londoners, at Cozee we are deeply attached to our weekly attendance to our local pub. Why should you be different in the place where you are going to live? That is why we have been testing and reviewing all the pubs in Leicester Square. As a matter of fact, we didn’t… But we would have loved to. Here is then the list of the greatest pubs of Leicester Square

Pub name Name Address Description
Angel 62 St. Giles High Street London WC2H 8LE Classic traditional wood panelled three-bar (with a ‘snug’) local with three distinct drinking areas, rather reminiscent to some of a Dutch “brown cafe” – to others a good old-style London boozer. A Sam Smith’s house since 1998, the pub was sensitively and comfortably refurbished in 2010. The classic wooden panelling and leather covered seats all convey an almost timeless quality even in the lee of Centre Point and the new ‘legoland’ of Renzo Piano’s brightly coloured Central St Giles.
Bear & Staff 10-12 Bear Street London WC2H 7AX First licensed in 1714 and called the Bear and Ragged Staff until 1835, this is a late Victorian (re-built in 1878) corner pub that was one of the smallest in the area until extended into an adjacent shop in 1997, giving it two distinct areas. Upstairs is the Chaplin restaurant dedicated to Charlie Chaplin (who is supposed to have drunk here after performances at the Empire Theatre) with photographs. Bear Street (that has also been known as Little Leicester Street and Bear Lane) and the pub’s name appear to derive from the armorial insignia of the Neville family, once Earls of Warwick. A one-time neighbour was the Cinema de Paris opened in 1910, remodelled and reconstructed in 1926 as the Cameo and through various evolutions including RevudeNews, Cameo Royale (X-rated foreign language films) eventually closing as part of the Cannon Group chain in 1988. The food offering includes pre-theatre set menus, sharing platters, traditional pies and other pub grub favourites, a kids menu, and Sunday roasts.
Bloomsbury Tavern 236 Shaftesbury Avenue London WC2H 8EG Said to date from 1856 and Grade II listed, it was called the Black Lion until rebuilt in 1905 to the design of C Fitzroy Dell. Half-way between Holborn & Tottenham Court Road Underground stations, the pub is handily placed for visiting the British Museum, Covent Garden and Theatreland. Legend has it (and is claimed by various local pubs – take your pick!) that the Tavern was the last drinking spot between Newgate Prison and present-day Marble Arch for condemned criminals before being hanged at Tyburn Tree. A resident ghost is also claimed.
Brewmaster 37 Cranbourn Street London WC2H 7AD First licensed in 1857 as the Swiss Stores and then renamed Scotch Stores, and rebuilt as part of Leicester Square Underground station in the 1930s, the architect of the new ticket hall and entrances being Charles Holden. The pub was substantially renovated in 2015 and a completely different environment was created. The main bar was moved, and the first floor is now more of a restaurant, and some casual bar seating, with brewing as a bit of a theme. That is included in the more crush bar high tables and seating in the main bar. There’s a coppery look and feel, and the pub now offers craft beers and a guest or seasonal ale, as well as three Greene King own beers. It’s not unattractive, and it will be interesting to see how it develops. There remains the entrance into St Martins Court – the backdoor? – and to tables and chairs. Children are welcome in the dining area and first floor family area. Disabled access is reasonable and to a toilet on the ground floor.
Cambridge 93 Charing Cross Road London WC2H 0DP On the eastern edge of W1 Soho but with a WC2 postcode, there has been a pub¬on this site since 1744 when it was called the King’s Arms. The present building dates from a rebuild in 1887 to the design of Wylson & Long at a cost of £3,872. The current name comes from Prince George, Duke of Cambridge. There is a comfortable downstairs bar plus another bar and further seating on the first floor.
Clubhouse 5 5 Lisle Street London WC2H 7BG Clubhouse 5 opened just before the Coronation in May 2023. Split across two floors the venue offers sports viewing with 4K Ultra HD and a Mega 4m wide screen on the ground floor, showing football and rugby, through to NFL, tennis and horse racing. The food menu consists of burgers, a range of chicken wings and Tindle wings, loaded fries and sweet bao buns. There are two cask ale handpumps but, of course, the draught beer offering is mainly keg. Essentially caters to tourists in this busy main part of Chinatown. The venue is on Instagram @clubhouse5bars
Cross Keys 31 Endell Street London WC2H 9BA 29/12/23 – a visitor has reported the folloiwng, “No cask beer – Fullers Pride and GK IPA both run out.”
Crown 43 Monmouth Street London WC2H 9DD This is an small near-200 years old ex-Friary Meux house on Seven Dials – formerly part of the notorious rookery of St Giles – where seven streets converge in the heart of ‘Theatreland’. There are two drinking areas surrounding an island counter, and tables and chairs outside. The area was originally laid out by Thomas Neale in the 1690s at the centre of which is a (recently restored) pillar with sundials (count ’em!). The pub was re-built in 1834 and is Grade II listed. At one stage each of the seven apexes of Seven Dials housed a pub. The corner facade features a Taylor Walker clock.
Crown & Anchor 22 Neal Street London WC2H 9PS Dec 2022 – currently have 4 HP’s in action, 2 local and 2 nationals. Visited twice in December. On second visit they had East London Foundation & Southwark London pale ale. The nationals were Pride and Landlord.
Garrick Arms 8-10 Charing Cross Road London WC2H 0HG Named for the eponymous theatre next door and refurbished in 2011, this is a rare conversion from what was formerly a Dome cafe/bar, and before that a restaurant. It’s an attractive high ceiling room, with polished wooden floor,tiling at the bar, and some green tiling at the rear and to the left of the bar. Outside there’s seating and tables on the not so salubrious Charing Cross Road.
Imperial 5 Leicester Street London WC2H 7BL Built in 1874 and named for Queen Victoria, Empress of India. Impressive woodwork and mirrors. Small seating area outside and comfortable leather banquettes round the walls inside. Between Leicester Square and Chinatown but a good refuge from the crowds.
Long Acre 1 Upper Saint Martins Lane London WC2H 9NY At one time the Frigate and before that the Cranbourne pub, a Watney’s Schooner Inn combining pub and steak-house with a fantasy-themed styling. The site is Grade II listed. In its current incarnation it is very much a party venue for a young clientele, with a smallish ground-floor bar and a more extensive basement bar and club area. A varied food offering includes sandwiches, a bar-food menu, and more substantial fare including bottomless brunch at weekends and Sunday roasts. Note door charges apply after 10pm Thursday and after 9pm Friday & Saturday. Real ale installed in 2019. See venue website for offers.
Montagu Pyke 105-107 Charing Cross Road London WC2H 0DT Opened by JD Wetherspoon’s in December 1996 as a Moon Under Water and now part of their Lloyds No 1 chain, with piped music, plasma screen TVs and a smaller beer range. There are two bars, on different levels, and an acclaimed biggest big screen in the West End. For those of a nervous disposition there’s said to be the ghost of someone who burnt to death in a fire in the cinema in the front cellar. The interior has the appearance of a rather clinical cafe bar, clutter free, pastel coloured seating, light pine parquet flooring and bare painted walls. A foyer area with a scattering of chairs leads down from the Charing Cross Road entrance to the spacious main bar area with a high ceiling and roof lights. Keen eyes will notice the adjacent building bears the name Tam o’Shanter, a pub until 1960. A staircase leads to a balcony and steps to the rear lead to a second bar in a corridor with a rear entrance from Soho in Greek Street. Note that the licence stipulates that alcohol is not available before 10am Monday to Saturday or noon on Sunday.
Moon Under Water 28 Leicester Square London WC2H 7LE The first West End Wetherspoon pub to open, in June 1992 in a former steak bar. The Moon Under Water (taking its name from the now Montague Pyke around the corner in Charing Cross Road), offers a good range of ales in the heart of the West End. It’s a narrow-fronted pub with a small outside drinking/smoking area on Leicester Square. Inside, a long and busy bar area with a family area at the rear is home to a very cosmopolitan/tourist clientele. The eight handpumps often offer some interesting guest beers, but note that prices in this tourist area will be higher than normal for a ‘Spoons. Chairman Tim Martin was quoted at the end of 2022 as saying that rent and rates on this one site approached £1 million per year. Note that under the terms of the premises licence alcoholic drinks may not be purchased before 10am Monday to Saturday or noon on Sunday.
Porcupine 48 Charing Cross Road London WC2H 0BS There has been an inn on the same plot since 1725, at 1 Castle Street until the Charing Cross Road was built in the 1870s. It was a haunt of freemasons, and the Lodge of Confidence met there from 1807 to 1829. Rebuilt in 1880 at a cost of £2,895,the tiling of the back bar and other areas should be checked out along with the photos of theatre stars as you go up the staircase. Now a small corner bar with an angled frontage, six handpumps and large plain glass windows; the first floor theatre bar has three hand pumps. The large food menu includes pre-theatre set meals. In spite of its very central location guaranteeing footfall, the pub has garnered good reviews for its ale range and quality.
Royal George 133 Charing Cross Road London WC2H 0EA Located in a modern block built in the 1970s that replaced a building altered by W Ansell in 1887 when St Giles Circus was swept away. There’s normally plenty going on of an evening – see venue website under Events. There is a good range of keg beers and the two handpumps serve at least one real ale; the food menu includes burger night and mid-week lunch offers.
Two Brewers 40 Monmouth Street London WC2H 9EP A nicely wooden panelled bar and back bar, just south of Seven Dials, and said to date from the 1690s as part of Thomas Neale’s development of what had been known as Marshland or Marsh Close. At the rear of this one room pub there’s some attractive backlit coloured glass, and the walls feature photographs of stars of stage and screen. Monmouth Street is said to have been an inspiration for Hogarth’s famous 1751 print “Gin Lane” as it was then a byword for drunkenness and crime.

What to do in Leicester Square

Leicester Square is full of life and things to do. We suggest looking at Timeout for their weekly Leicester Square event listings to find local activities. Here’s a convenient link to see their upcoming happenings. Having a good grasp of what’s in Leicester Square and where helps get situated when moving. Our map compiles property price points and other details from this article to outline what’s available in Leicester Square.

The things you might need in Leicester Square

We have compiled for you a list of the different places you might want to check in Leicester Square name before moving in the neighbourhood.

Health amenities that are in Leicester Square

Leicester Square has 20 medical institutions. These include hospitals, doctors offices, pharmacies and other stores providing medical attention. Here are the details the nearby medical institutions (1000 radius of the area).

Medical institution Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
FERRAMED 81 Oxford Street, London N/A N/A
Sinusoothe Ltd 60 Saint Martin’s Lane, London N/A N/A
Third Space Soho 67 Brewer Street, London 4.8 1188
Litmus MME 151 Shaftesbury Avenue, London N/A N/A
Midtown Wellness 7 Henrietta Street, London 5 180
Pera Medical Services 8 Northumberland Avenue, London N/A N/A
St Giles Medical Ltd Saint Giles High Street, London 5 1
Medicspot Clinic Holborn 41 Bloomsbury Way, London N/A N/A
Bedford Square Medical Centre 60 Bloomsbury Street, Bedford Square, London N/A N/A
San Ling Chinese Medical Centre Commonwealth House, 11 New Oxford Street, London N/A N/A
Third Space Medical Soho Third Space, 67 Brewer Street, London 5 1
DRV Clinic 92 Wardour Street, London 4.8 127
DIAMOND HEALTH INTERNATIONAL Bupa Cromwell Hospital, London 4 1
Elevate Health Clinic Until, 111, Charing Cross Road, London 5 98
Dr Wells Aesthetics Until, 111 Charing Cross Road, London 5 25
Simas Andador Londres ndador Londres Exterior Number, State of, Centro Urbano N/A N/A
Team superstar Jermyn Street, London N/A N/A
Transformation Nous 2nd Floor, 97 Jermyn Street, St. James’s, London N/A N/A
Psychoanalytic Consultancy for Groups and Leadership 36 Soho Square, London N/A N/A
3 Peaks Health 25a Soho Square, London N/A N/A

Schools in and around the area of Leicester Square

Having an educational institution close by is a great perk when moving. See the list below of schools located in the Leicester Square vicinity and how they relate to property prices.

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
City Lit 1-10 Keeley Street, London 3.6 102
Nuffield Health Covent Garden Fitness and Wellbeing Gym 9 Endell Street, London 3.2 130
Yogarise Covent Garden – Yoga classes in Covent Garden, London 13 Mercer Street, London 4.1 62
Dancebuzz 15 Marshall Street, London 4.7 61
Oyster Diving School London Leisure Centre, 15 Marshall Street, London 5 489
Piano Lessons at Piano-Yoga Music Studio Central London 48 Great Marlborough Street, London N/A N/A
Pure Soho Ltd Hammer House, 113-117 Wardour Street, London 4.3 7
Arts Academy 3rd, 207 Regent Street, London N/A N/A
A Great Life Coach 75 Shelton Street, London 5 24
Singing Teacher London – Michael Thomas Freeman 191 Wardour Street, London 3 2
The Now Project Meeting Rooms, 14b Neal’s Yard, London 4.7 34
Turtles Nursery, Covent Garden 36 Endell Street, London 4.4 14
SCHOOLGUIDE Heddon House, 149-151 Regent Street, London N/A N/A
Henry Stewart 3 Winnett Street, London 4.4 7
The Great Windmill Studio 2nd floor, 39 Great Windmill Street, London 5 6
The London School of Figure Drawing 8 Hop Gardens, London N/A N/A
escola de governo rua c-135 esq. com c-149 N/A N/A
Luv Me Buddies 1 Sherwood Street, London N/A N/A
Languages for Businesses 12A Royal Opera Arcade, London N/A N/A
華商中文學校 19, 20 Frith Street, London N/A N/A

Post offices in and around the area of Leicester Square

Nearby post offices simplify sending and getting packages. Leicester Square branches also offer services like money orders and insurance along with mail services. Here they are along with their proximity to the area.

Post Office Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Regent Street St. James’s Post Office (Ryman) 11 Regent Street Saint James’s, London 4.9 2607
Break Point Ltd T/A The Convenience Store 71 New Oxford Street, London 2.7 11
Royal Mail Post Box LIBERTY C/O skin laundry, Regent Street, London 4 2
Robert Dyas The Strand 393, QueensLand House, Strand, London 4.2 27
The Courier Co 15 Ingestre Place, London 5 2
Holborn Post Office 181 High Holborn, London 4.4 470
Postbox 6 Suffolk Place, London 0 0
Strand Post Office (Robert Dyas) QueensLand House, 393 Strand, London 4.7 160
Poland Street Post Office 14 Poland Street, London 2.7 145
New Oxford Street Post Office 71-75 New Oxford Street, London 3.5 188
Post office box 14, St. James’s, London 0 0
Post Box Great Russell Street, London 0 0
Mail Boxes Etc. Holborn 19 Bury Place, London 5 15
Citibox Mayfair (FedEx Authorised Ship Centre) 2 Lansdowne Row, London 5 14
InPost Locker 17 Bruton Street, London 1 4

Tube & Train stations within the region of Leicester Square

Most prefer transit within a 10-15 minute walk and if there aren’t public connections nearby then this could be something that takes down the price of property or can even deter people from moving in to Leicester Square entirely. Here is a table below so you can see where these connections are for yourself.

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Charing Cross Strand, London 4.1 615
Tottenham Court Road Oxford Street, London 4.4 855
Oxford Circus Oxford Street, London 4.2 1256
Embankment United Kingdom 4.3 327
Leicester Square Square Station Underground Ltd, Leicester, Cranbourn Street, London 4.3 569
Piccadilly Circus Piccadilly Circus, London 4.5 2005
Charing Cross London 4.2 207
Covent Garden Underground Ltd, Long Acre, London 4.3 532
Tottenham Court Road Oxford Street, London 4.4 855
Green Park Underground Ltd, Piccadilly, London 4.2 408

Other nearby areas

Familiar with Leicester Square? We value your opinion

We would love to hear what people like you think of Leicester Square. Not only your experience there is valuable to us to understand what makes this area desirable but it might also help people moving into the area feel welcome and feel part of the Leicester Square ‘s community.

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Whenever you’re not sure about if you want to move into an area for sure, making sure that you have considered your other options is important to confirm a decision or perhaps sway you in another direction. Find some other nearby regions to help you make a decision about Leicester Square.

Neighbourhood name Link to our guide
Chelsea Bridge See the guide here
South Lambeth See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Kennington See the guide here
Pimlico See the guide here
Victoria Station See the guide here
Victoria St See the guide here
Belgravia See the guide here
Knightsbridge See the guide here
Newington See the guide here
Buckingham Palace See the guide here
Southwark See the guide here
South Bank See the guide here
Whitehall See the guide here
St. James’s See the guide here
Horton See the guide here
Moorfields Eye Hospital See the guide here
Hyde Park See the guide here
Bankside See the guide here
Charing Cross See the guide here
Royal Academy See the guide here
Monument See the guide here
Billingsgate See the guide here
Temple See the guide here
Mayfair (south) See the guide here
Mayfair (north) See the guide here
Covent Garden See the guide here
Chinatown See the guide here
Blackfriars See the guide here
Cannon Street See the guide here
Grosvenor Square See the guide here
Lombard Street See the guide here
Regent Street See the guide here
Aldwych See the guide here
Soho (south east) See the guide here
Soho (north west) See the guide here
Royal Exchange See the guide here
St Paul’s See the guide here
Hanover Square See the guide here
Bank of England See the guide here
Brompton See the guide here
Soho Square See the guide here
Fetter Lane See the guide here
Bishopsgate See the guide here
New Oxford Street See the guide here
Liverpool Street See the guide here
St Bartholomew’s Hospital See the guide here
High Holborn See the guide here
Broadgate See the guide here
Marylebone See the guide here
Barbican See the guide here
Great Portland Street See the guide here
Hatton Garden See the guide here
Harley Street See the guide here
Finsbury See the guide here
Finsbury (west) See the guide here
Chenies See the guide here
Fitzrovia See the guide here
Farringdon See the guide here
Great Ormond Street Hospital See the guide here
Bloomsbury See the guide here
Bunhill Fields See the guide here
University College London See the guide here
St Luke’s See the guide here
Lisson Grove See the guide here
Finsbury Estate See the guide here
St Pancras See the guide here
Clerkenwell See the guide here
Euston See the guide here
Somers Town See the guide here
Kings Cross See the guide here
Camden Town See the guide here
Barnsbury See the guide here
Chelsea Bridge See the guide here
South Lambeth See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Kennington See the guide here
Pimlico See the guide here
Victoria Station See the guide here
Victoria St See the guide here
Belgravia See the guide here
Knightsbridge See the guide here
Newington See the guide here
Buckingham Palace See the guide here
Southwark See the guide here
South Bank See the guide here
Whitehall See the guide here
St. James’s See the guide here
Horton See the guide here

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