Getting to the Street
Easily accessible, be it by strolling through Hyde Park or ambling in Covent Garden, Regent Street is a short walking distance from all West End sightseeing locations.
Connecting Liverpool Street to Westbourne Park, Acton to Liverpool Street and West Hampstead to Waterloo, Regent Street is the centre point for a large network of bus routes providing easy access to the curve from north south, east and west.
Face coverings must be worn for the full duration of journeys on the TfL network, including inside bus stations. Find out more here.
With docking stations to be found throughout zone 1, Santander’s Cycle Hire provides visitors with easy access to bike hire. Simply take a cycle, ride it and return it. Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, Santander’s Cycle Hire provides a convenient self-service with no booking fee.
If you’re thinking of driving into town there are plenty of car parks near to Regent Street, with a number of facilities from motorcycle bays to baby changing facilities.
Close to all the transport links that feed central London, travelling to Regent Street via tube takes you right into the heart of the West End. Face coverings must be worn for the full duration of journeys on the TfL network, including inside stations. Find out more here.
Two Underground stations provide easy access:
Oxford Circus: Central, Bakerloo and Victoria lines
Piccadilly Circus: Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines
With a fast and frequent service on all lines, Regent Street is easily accessible via tube from Heathrow, the City, West and North London.
Download and print tube connections to Regent Street.
Save time, check before you travel. TfL’s Journey Planner provides up to date, to the minute information on current line closures and delays.
Accessibility Shopping Areas for Regent Street
To find out more about accessible shopping areas on Regent Street, please click here.