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There are 5 ways to get from London Bridge (Station) to Regent Street by subway, train, taxi or foot

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Subway via Waterloo station  •  10 min

  1. Take the subway from London Bridge station to Waterloo station Jubilee
  2. Take the subway from Waterloo station to Piccadilly Circus station Bakerloo

£3

Cheapest option

Train  •  22 min

  1. Take the train from London Bridge to London Charing Cross

£1 - £10

3 alternative options

Subway  •  15 min

  1. Take the subway from London Bridge station to Green Park station Jubilee

£2 - £3

Taxi  •  10 min

  1. Take a taxi from London Bridge (Station) to Regent Street 3.1 miles

£16 - £20

Walk  •  49 min

  1. Walk from London Bridge (Station) to Regent Street 2.6 miles

London Bridge (Station) → Regent Street
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The national COVID-19 helpline number in Regent Street is 111.

Wearing a face mask on public transport in Regent Street is mandatory.

The social distance requirement in Regent Street is 2 metres.

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Last updated: 4 May 2021
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Questions & Answers

The cost-effective way to get from London Bridge (Station) to Regent Street is to subway, which costs £2 - £3 and takes 15 min.

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The quickest way to get from London Bridge (Station) to Regent Street is to taxi which costs £16 - £20 and takes 10 min.

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Yes, there is a direct train departing from London Bridge station station and arriving at Green Park station station. Services depart every five minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 6 min.

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The distance between London Bridge (Station) and Regent Street is 2 miles.

The best way to get from London Bridge (Station) to Regent Street without a car is to subway via Waterloo station which takes 10 min and costs £3 - £4.

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It takes approximately 10 min to get from London Bridge (Station) to Regent Street, including transfers.

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London Bridge (Station) to Regent Street train services, operated by Southeastern, depart from London Bridge station.

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London Bridge (Station) to Regent Street train services, operated by Southeastern, arrive at London Charing Cross station.

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There are 20078+ hotels available in Regent Street. Prices start at £75 per night.

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Map of how to get from London Bridge (Station) to Regent Street.
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  • Distance: 2.2 miles
  • Duration: 10 min

What companies run services between London Bridge (Station), England and Regent Street, Greater London, England?

You can take a vehicle from London Bridge (Station) to Regent Street via Waterloo station and Piccadilly Circus station in around 10 min.

Train operators
London Underground (Tube)

Comprised of 11 lines and 270 stations, the London Underground (known to locals as the Tube) is the most popular way to navigate the English capital, including to/from Heathrow Airport via the Piccadilly Line. Purchase an Oyster card (an electronic smartcard that you use to touch on and off at Tube stations) at any station for the cheapest fares. Most stations have WiFi, but not all trains and stations are air-conditioned. On weekends, a 24-hour service runs on selected lines.

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Contact Details
Phone
0343 222 1234
Website
tfl.gov.uk
Subway from London Bridge station to Waterloo station
Ave. Duration
2 min
Frequency
Every 5 minutes
Estimated price
£2 - £3
Website
London Underground (Tube)
Subway from Waterloo station to Piccadilly Circus station
Ave. Duration
4 min
Frequency
Every 5 minutes
Estimated price
£1
Website
London Underground (Tube)
Subway from London Bridge station to Green Park station
Ave. Duration
6 min
Frequency
Every 5 minutes
Estimated price
£2 - £3
Website
London Underground (Tube)
Other operators
Taxi from London Bridge (Station) to Regent Street
Ave. Duration
10 min
Estimated price
£16 - £20
Gipsy Hill Cabs Airport Transfers
Phone
+44 20 8659 9999
Website
gipsyhillminicabs.co.uk
Tranzitt
Phone
+44 203 950 8070
Website
tranzitt.co.uk
The Keen Group
Phone
+44 20 8875 4994
Website
thekeengroup.co.uk
Station Cars Surrey
Phone
+44 20 8546 5555
Website
stationcarsnetwork.co.uk
Station Cars London
Phone
+44 20 8778 7878
Website
stationcarslondon.com
One-Number Taxi
Phone
+44 871 871 8710
Website
the-london-taxi.com
Ola UK
Phone
+44 77 8745 4870
Website
olacabs.com
MyLifyt London Taxi
Phone
+44 20 7005 0090
Website
mylifyt.com
Licenced London Taxi
Phone
+44 20 3633 1777
Website
licensedlondontaxi.co.uk
Dial-A-Cab
Phone
+44 20 7253 5000
Website
dialacab.co.uk
Com Cab
Phone
+44 20 7908 0271
Website
comcab.co.uk
Celine Travel Ltd
Phone
+44 20 8050 3595
Website
celine-minicab.co.uk

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