Green Park Station
Green Park is always busy because it’s close to the big tourist sights, but there is plenty to see underground too. It was one of the Piccadilly line stations with glitzy tiling financed by American Charles Yerkes, and the remains of the original tile rings can still be seen here on the eastbound platform. A cool thing to see on the interchange corridor between the Piccadilly and Jubilee lines: The tiles subtly change colour between predominantly blue (for Piccadilly) to silver (for Jubilee). There are commuters who have walked it for years and never noticed, but when you do it’s amazing.
The easiest places to pick up a great take away lunch is either Ottolingi or Daylesford Ottolingi, Belgravia - Chic deli/takeaway for flavours from around North Africa and the Middle East. Amazing. My favourite. 13 Motcomb St, Belgravia, London SW1X 8LB Ottolingi, Notting Hill - 63 Ledbury Rd,…
3 minutes walk from the station is Green Park serviced by Piccadilly Line, Jubilee Line and Victoria Line with amazing links to all the airports in London. Also there are a lot of bus routs just around the corner from where you can reach every single place in the city.
Right next to Green Park station is a hidden gem of 40 acres in Central London. Perfect when all the noise gets overwhelming. Sit under the 300 year old trees towards the Hyde Park Corner of the park and relax
The Green Park, usually known without the article simply as Green Park, is one of the Royal Parks of London. It is located in the City of Westminster, central London. It is close to Buckingham Palace the official residence of the Queen (30 minutes walk away.
The Green Park, usually known without the article simply as Green Park, is one of the Royal Parks of London. It is located in the City of Westminster, central London.