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Transport in London

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If you’re visiting London, you can choose from a range of tickets and modes of transport to get around. London Marylebone station is a short walk from Baker Street, Madam Tussaud’s and Regent’s Park amongst others – you’ll find a local area map here.

Add London travel to your rail ticket

Get a day of unlimited travel on all Transport for London Buses, Underground, Docklands Light Railway (DLR), Tramlink and National Rail services with a One Day Travelcard. You can buy this with your train ticket – choose between Peak and Off-Peak.

Get a day of unlimited travel on all Transport for London Buses, Underground, Docklands Light Railway (DLR), Tramlink and National Rail services with a One Day Travelcard. You can buy this with your train ticket – choose between Peak and Off-Peak.

You can also add Zone 1 Underground travel to your train ticket from many of our stations, making it easy for you to head straight into central London once you arrive at Marylebone.

London Underground 

The Bakerloo line stops at Marylebone – it’s as easy as heading down the escalators and jumping on the tube.

Baker Street is only a 5min walk away from Marylebone, from where you have access to further London Underground lines:

  • Jubilee
  • Circle
  • Metropolitan
  • Hammersmith and City

How to get from Marylebone Station to Baker Street underground station

Buses in London

The 2 bus stops outside Marylebone station, providing an easy ground level connection to Marble Arch, Hyde Park, Victoria and Brixton. A map of other bus services from Marylebone can be found here.

Buses in London only accept Travelcards, Oyster cards or contactless payment cards. For further information on bus routes and fares see the TfL website.

Cycle Hire

Santander Cycles are located just around the corner from London Marylebone station on Boston Place and just down the road in Dorset Square. You can use the Santander Cycles app to hire a bike, or just turn up and go by using a credit or debit card at the docking station terminal. For more information see the TfL website.

There are also a number of dockless e-bike hire schemes in London, including Lime and Jump by Uber.

Connecting to other rail services in London

National Rail

If you’re connecting to another National Rail service from a different London terminal you can purchase a ticket which includes the cost of a transfer journey on London Underground services. For more information on travelling through London visit the dedicated National Rail page.

International Rail

St. Pancras International is just a short journey on the tube from Baker Street. You can buy through tickets on eurostar.com for journeys starting at many of our major stations (including Birmingham, Banbury and High Wycombe), making it easy for you to connect to Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam on Eurostar.

Smartcards and contactless payment in London

You can now buy a Travelcard Season Ticket on a Chiltern Smartcard to use on tubes, buses and trains in the London travel zones. No more queuing up to replace a faulty paper ticket – speed through all of London’s ticket gates with just one card. Visit the Chiltern Smartcard page for more information.

The Oyster smartcard from TfL is another really easy way to pay for your travel around London. You can add Travelcards and Bus and Tram season tickets or simply pay as you go. Use on the bus, Underground, tram, DLR, Overground and many National Rail services. You can buy an Oyster card from the ticket machines at every London Underground station. Oyster cards are valid on our services from London Marylebone to West Ruislip and from London Marylebone to Amersham.

Wherever you can use Oyster, you can now use a contactless credit or debit card to pay as you go in the same way, making it quicker and easier to travel in London. See the TfL website for more information on ticketing.

Planning your journey in London

Call London Travel Information on 0343 222 1234 or visit the TfL website for details of all London Underground, train, bus and tram services.