How to get around Ealing
Ealing is really well connected to Central London, with an amazing total of four tube stations in the district. Ealing Broadway is on the Central and District lines, while Ealing Common is on the Piccadilly and District lines, and North Ealing plus South Ealing are both on the Piccadilly Line. Hop on the Central Line and in less than 10 minutes you’ll arrive at Notting Hill Gate, where you can browse the stalls at Portobello Market or shop in the vintage clothing boutiques. Stay on the tube for a few more stops to Oxford Circus and you’ll have a massive array of stores to explore. When you take a ride on the Piccadilly Line you’ll reach South Kensington in around 15 minutes, where you can visit the world famous Science Museum, Natural History Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum.
There is an NCP car park at North Ealing Station. In total there are more than 16 car parks in the borough of Ealing, so you’ll find it easy to park your car. You might also find on street parking available near your hotel, or a hotel in Ealing that offers free parking.
You can hail a black cab on the street while in Ealing. There are also many cab companies serving the Ealing district, including West Cars and Ealing Taxi, with a taxi rank at Haven Green just across the road from the entrance to Ealing Broadway Station.
Ealing On Foot
Ealing is quite a big area so it’s best to take public transport to reach other districts in the capital, but you certainly can walk to attractions in neighbouring parts of London if you like a long stroll! Taking Ealing Broadway Station as a starting point, you can reach the beautiful greenery of Syon Park in less than an hour on foot, and it will take you a similar amount of time to get to Kew Gardens plus Osterley Park. The same goes for Chiswick High Road’s shops and bars.