: Goodge street (tube)/St Pancras/Kings Cross
: The Horse Groom
: There are several of them
Car: not necessary
Great Portland Street separates different areas with very distinct identities, as it lies on the boundary between the artistic and bohemian area of Fitzrovia and the regency grandeur of Portland Place, Harley Street and Marylebone High Street.
The area is incredibly central and allows visitors the chance to walk to many of London’s great attractions. Soho, China town, Leicester Square and Covent Garden are all within walking distance, as is Bloomsbury and the British Museum to the east and to the west is Marylebone High Street and Harley Street.
Nearby attractions include:
Regents Park, Baker Street and Madam Tussards.
Shaftsbury Avenue splits Soho and Leicester Square/China Town and has the highest concentration of Theatres.
Charing Cross famous for its book shops.
Covent Garden is a key visitor attraction for its quaint shops, touristy restaurants, the two opera houses and of course the old market buildings themselves.