The area of Victoria, London, is located mainly around the twin transport hubs of Victoria coach and train stations. It is situated close to the centre of London, in the borough of the City of Westminster, and the wealth of transport links make it the perfect place to choose if you want a convenient base from which to explore the rest of the city.
Victoria coach station is the destination for coach and bus journeys travelling from all over the UK and, indeed, continental Europe, and the fact that Victoria train station is just a short walk away means that many visitors experience Victoria initially as the starting point for their exploration of the rest of London.
Whilst the over ground station offers trains running to all parts of the south of England, as well as to Gatwick Airport, the Victoria tube station provides access to the Circle, District and Victoria lines, via which it is possible to travel to tourist attractions and amenities across the whole of the city.
The High Street running through Victoria and the streets around the station itself offer a wealth of shopping opportunities featuring mainly well-known brand names and a wide selection of places to eat and drink. The large numbers of people passing through Victoria from around the world give it a colourful and cosmopolitan feel, and this is reflected in the range of cuisines offered in the cafes and restaurants in the streets surrounding Victoria.
Although, on first sight, Victoria seems to be a hugely urban and developed area, the fact of the matter is that some of the finest green spaces in London are actually only a short trip away. One of the most well know parklands in the city, Hyde Park, is just a quick journey away, but there are other oases of calm which are even closer at hand.
Both Buckingham Palace Gardens and St. James Park are within easy walking distance. Although the gardens at Buckingham Palace aren’t generally open to the public, parts can be accessed during the months of August and September, for those visitors who take one of the tours of Buckingham Palace.
St James Park, on the other hand, is open all the year round, and offers 57 acres of space within which to relax, and is also home to a lake which features two islands and colonies of water birds such as ducks and pelicans. Landmarks clustered around the borders of the park include the Imperial War Museum, Downing Street and Horse Guard’s Parade.
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