Take the Tube to Trafalgar Square

One of the most famous places to visit in the whole of London, Trafalgar Square offers some of the most unique attractions for anyone planning trips to the English capital.

The square is famed for such attractions as Nelson’s Column, the iconic Fourth Plinth, its abundance of fountains and for hosting many of the capital’s most important events of the year (New Year’s Eve celebrations, Chinese New Year celebrations, St Patrick’s Day, Eid and more).

When it comes to travelling to Trafalgar Square, London Underground services are some of the most reliable travel options for visitors throughout the day. Here are some of the best and most convenient choices for individuals heading to the area:

  • Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern lines)
  • Embankment (Bakerloo, Circle, District and Northern lines)
  • Temple (Circle and District lines)
  • Covent Garden (Piccadilly line)
  • Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines)
  • Green Park (Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines)
  • Westminster (Circle, District and Jubilee lines)

Station opening times can vary, but Underground services will typically run from the early hours of the morning until around 1am the same night.

A range of local bus services are also available for anyone hoping to visit Trafalgar Square during their time in London, with full details of service times and stops (both day and night) available via the Transport for London website.

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