: Heathrow Airport
: Charing Cross Station
Car: not necessary
Using the broadest definition, these are the inner districts of the West End: Soho, Islington, Holborn, Bloomsburry, Covent Garden and Camden Town.
West End is an area of central London containing many of the city's major tourist attractions, shops, businesses, government buildings, and certainly it is leading in entertainment.
If you are a fan of the theatre, this is one of the places to visit because most of London's big theatres are found in the West End. Make sure you will include this program in your holiday vacations.
The West End is also a very important location for London's night-life, within places like Leicester Square (where you can find Chinatown), Soho and Covent Garden, with lots of bars and restaurants.
Most important sights in West End are Trafalgar Square (in front of the National Gallery), the National Gallery, Piccadilly Circus (British Times Square), Leicester Square and Covent Garden.
Soho is a multicultural area where you can find all kinds of culture and entertainment, as well as a residential area for both rich and less rich.
It is the place where night-life happens. There are a lot of clubs, bars, restaurants, a few sex shops that give to this area an 'open-all-night' feel at the weekends.
The subway stops closer to the apartment are Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road.
The station of Tottenham Court Road is in the lines Central (red) and Northern (black). Oxford Circus is in the lines Central (red), Victoria (light blue) and Bakerloo (brown).