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Covent Garden station is the obvious option. Following improvement works the two-way flow (exit and entry) have been restored and the station is fully operational and benefiting from an increased number of gates to ease congestion at peak times. It is now also possible to make your way from Covent Garden at weekends. Other options for getting to us include Leicester Square station for western Covent Garden and Theatreland, Holborn station for the North and Bloomsbury, Charing Cross and Embankment stations for the South and the Strand and Tottenham Court Road for Seven Dials and Soho.

Londoners affectionately call the Capital’s underground train the ‘tube’ and it is by far the easiest way to get around the city. Covent Garden is located in the central West End and can be accessed from several different stations including its own Covent Garden station found on the dark blue Piccadilly Line in zone one. Leicester Square station (Northern and Piccadilly lines) is also within five minutes walk of both Seven Dials and the Covent Garden Piazza. Tottenham Court Road (Northern and Central lines), Holborn (Central and Piccadilly lines), Embankment (District, Northern and Bakerloo lines), Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern lines) or even Temple (District and Circle lines) provide access and may be nearer your intended destination.

Please refer to the map below to find out which is the most convenient point of arrival for your visit.

 

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All London Underground information www.tfl.gov.uk (new window) and telephone number is 020 7222 1234.

Getting there

Travelling to and from an event is an important part of the overall experience. Covent Garden, the heart of the UK's the most exciting place, is opened to all routes wherever you are, whatever you want.

 

 

Map

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