Oxford Street lies in Westminster. This part of East End London is the busiest when it comes to shopping. Nearly 300 shops are located on Oxford Street. It is two and a half kilometers long. It has many branded stores and hundreds of small shops. Oxford Street forms a large shopping area combined with the Regent Street and Bond Street. Apart from shopping; Oxford Street is also famous for Oxford circus and Marble Arc. Located on the street is “The 100 Club” which can be of interest for the people who love Live Music shows. The club has organized live music shows since 1942.
What is the closest London Tube Station to Oxford Street?
Mainly central line of the London Tube system serves Oxford Street. Running from West End to East End there are four Tube stations Marble Arc on the central line, Bond Street on central and Jubilee line, Oxford circus on the Victoria line and Bakerloo line and Tottenham Court Road on the central line and Northern line. The Oxford Circus tube station lies right at the center of the Oxford Street.
For West End part of the street Marble Arc is the best option. One can reach Marble Arc using the Central Line from Lancaster gate tube station. For the East End Part Tottenham Court Road is a good option and can be reached from Holborn Tube station. For the central part of the street, Oxford Circus tube station and Bond Street Station can be used. Oxford Circus Tube station is located on the intersection of Oxford Street and Regent Street and can also be accessed using the Victoria Tube line.
London Metro Station(s) near Oxford Street- > Marble Arc, Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road and Oxford circus.
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