How to get around Hoxton
Hoxton Train Station lies on the London Overground, which gets you to Highbury & Islington Station in just over 10 minutes, where you can enjoy the popular bar scene on Upper Street or head to the Emirates Stadium to watch Arsenal play football. In the opposite direction, in little over 10 minutes you can get to Canada Water for the freshwater lake and wildlife refuge, and Surrey Quays for the popular Shopping Centre. In around half an hour you’ll get to Clapham High Street.
If you stay in Hoxton, Old Street Tube Station is just a short walk away. Old Street is on the Northern Line and in an 8-minute journey you can be at Waterloo Tube Station. Here, you’ll find the London Eye (with fantastic views across the City) and the fascinating London Aquarium. If you want to visit the Queen’s official residence, Buckingham palace, hop on a tube to St James’ Park Station. It’ll take only 12 minutes. Why not escape the hustle and bustle with a trip to Hyde Park. This beautiful green space is just a 14-minute journey from Old Street at Hyde Park Corner Tube Station. If you fancy a longer journey to West London then Kew Gardens is a fantastic place to visit. Kew Gardens Tube Station is 33 minutes away.
If you decide to drive around Hoxton you can park in the NCP Car Park on Paul Street. It’s really close to Old Street Tube Station.
If you need a taxi to take you around the Hoxton area, Liberty Cars is located on Old Street, near to Old Street Tube Station.
Hoxton On Foot
If you stay in Hoxton, a number of London’s main attractions are only a walk away. Famous Brick Lane with all it’s fantastic curry houses is 15 minutes from Old Street Tube Station; beautiful St Paul’s cathedral is 20 minutes away; the historic London Dungeons at London Bridge are 20 minutes away; and colourful Covent Garden - with it’s famous covered market and street entertainers - is just a 30-minute walk away. Why not head to trendy and exciting Camden? It’s a 45-minute walk to get here. And in 50 minutes you can be at the Sherlock Holmes Museum or Madame Tussauds famous wax museum on Baker Street.