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As London faces the possibility of tube strikes, here are alternative transport options to ensure a smooth journey.
Bus: Many buses serve the Shaftesbury Avenue area. Use the TfL website or a journey planner app for suitable routes. Buses are less likely to be affected by tube strikes however expect a busy service.
Walking: Central London offers a convenient and enjoyable walking option. Curzon Soho is centrally located, making walking a viable choice.
Bike: London's growing cycle lanes and bike-sharing schemes provide an option for cyclists. Use a cycle route planner for the best route to Curzon Soho.
Taxi: Taxis and Uber are readily available for a direct and convenient journey.
Car: If you have a car, driving is an option. Keep in mind parking challenges in central London and potential congestion charges.
Overground Trains: Utilise overground train services to get close to the area, then proceed by walking or using buses.
Check National Rail for train options but below are a few options we have highlighted.
From Waterloo Station:
Walking: Exit Waterloo Station via Royal Festival Hall exit, cross the river via the Golden Jubilee Bridge, head towards Trafalgar Square via Northumberland Avenue and Charing Cross Road, go past Leicester Square. Then turn left onto Shaftesbury Avenue.
Bus: Exit Waterloo Station, head to nearby bus stops, and take a bus towards Shaftesbury Avenue. (176/188 buses)
From King's Cross Station:
Walking: Exit King's Cross Station, head south on Euston Road, turn left onto Pancras Road, and follow Gower Street to Shaftesbury Avenue.
Bus: Exit King's Cross Station, head to nearby bus stops, and take a bus towards Shaftesbury Avenue. (390/73 buses)
From Charing Cross Station:
Walking: Exit Charing Cross Station onto Strand, proceed to Duncannon Street, and turn left onto Shaftesbury Avenue.
Bus: Exit Charing Cross Station, head to nearby bus stops, and take a bus towards Shaftesbury Avenue. (29/24/176 buses)
Please always check real-time updates on transportation services and potential disruptions, especially during strikes.