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Oxford Street

    • 1
    • WC2
    • Oxford Circus /
    • Bond Street
    • Paddington
    • 3, 6, 252, 53, 84 159
    • 8,9 miles
    • 14,2 miles
    • 27 miles
    • 31 miles
    • 35,6 miles
  • Really nice place, with extremely good location! Clean and well equipped, with everything needed. Relocabroad staff was so kind to help us with some personal requirements. Hope to visit the place again!

  • The location is simply fantastic! Right in the heart of London and if you're planning to go further away from the city, the tube station is just 3 minutes walk away. The apartment is really pretty as shown in the photos. Check-in and Check-out were really simple. The neighbourhood is really safe and quiet too! To recommend!


About Oxford Street

With a impressive length of more then 1 mile, Oxford Street is the longest shopping street in Europe and one of the most famous and busiest in the world. Usually overcrowded during all time of the year, it stretches from Marble Arch, at the north east corner of Hyde Park to Charing Cross and Tottenham Court Road junction. Eastwards, the road then becomes New Oxford Street until it runs into High Holborn. It's crossed by many famous streets like Park Lane, Regent Street and Bond Street. Approximately half way, is Oxford Circus, the famous busy cross junction with Regent Street. It is extimated that, at the busiest times, over 40,000 pedestrians per hour pass through the junction!

This shopaholich paradise, boast an impressive choiche of shops and boutiques. From the main world famous department stores and high fashion boutiques, to vintage shops, indipendent labels, historic tailor's shops and all the best British brands. It also offers a lot of nice spots to relax from a havy shopping session: fancy cafes, elegant tea rooms and great variety of restaurants, pubs and clubs. You can also enjoy some fresh air in one of the nearets parks or treat your self to some well earned cocktail in one of the many luxury hotels around.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is one of the Royal Parks of London, first opened to the public in 1637, by Charles I. It had been previously a deer park used by Henry VIII for hunting and, before that, a monor owned by Westminster Abbey since before the Norman conquest. Today all its 625 acres are opened to the public. The park is divided in two by the Serpentine, a recreational lake created in 1730, extending from Lancaster Gate to Hyde Park Corner. Entering the park via the Thriumphal Screen you may wait at this point to see the Household Cavalry emerging their barracks every day at 10:30 am, ride across the park to Horse Guard Parade for the Changing of the Guards.

The north-west part of the park is known as The Speaker Corner, traditionaly the place where anyone can freely express their opinions and discuss about any subjects. It is also the only place in the UK, where demonstrators can meet without asking permission to the authorities. Although in the past it had seen many distinguished speakers, like Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, George Orwell, today you may easly find sone bizzare folks.

Marble Arch

Located right in front of the Speakers' Corner, this white Carrara marble arch was designed in 1827 by John Nash. The original design is based on the triumphal Arch of Constantine in Rome and was first positioned on the Mall as an entrance to Buckingham Palace. When the Palace was extended in 1851, the arch was moved to the corner of Hyde Park, on a large traffic island at the junction of Oxford Street, Park Lane, and Edgware Road. This stately arch contains three rooms, not accessible to the public, used as a catchall by the police.

The whole site has an important historical interest, as up until the 18th century it was known as Tyburn Tree, the place for public executions, where over 50,000 people, most of them prisoners from the Tower of London, died on the gallows. During XVI century many Christians were executed here, since then the area became a destination for pilgrimages.


The Wallace Collection

This hidden gem is located in Manchester Square, between Wigmore and George Street. It is a free National museum set in a gorgeous historic town house. Often leaft out by the majority of the tourists, defenitely worth a visit. Established in 1897 from the private collection mainly created by Richard Seymour-Conway, 4th Marquess of Hertford, who left it and the house to his illegitimate son Sir Richard Wallace, the museum opened to the public in 1900.

The 28 rooms, many recently refurbished with elaborate gilding & wall silks, present collections of French 18th-century painting, furniture and porcelain (many once owned by Madame de Pompadour and Queen Marie-Antoinette) together with paintings by Titian, Canaletto, Rembrandt and Gainsborough. In the private courtyard is a beautiful glazed restaurant, perfect set for a romantic dinner.

Restaurants near Oxford Street

26, Maddox Street W1S 1QH - London Tel. : 020 80 22 89 96
Aqua Nueva
5th floor, Argyll Street WC2B 5AA - London Tel. : 020 74 78 05 40
Meat Liquor
74, Welbeck Street W1G 0BA - London Tel. : 020 72 24 42 39
The Argyll Arms
18, Argyll Street W1F 7TP - London Tel. : 020 77 34 61 17
Hix Restaurant & Champagne Bar
400, Oxford Street W1U 1AT - London Tel. : 020 74 99 54 00
The Finery
23, Great Castle Street W1G 0JA - London Tel. : 020 74 91 04 67
19, Great Portland Street W1W 8QB - London Tel. : 020 72 68 00 82
Thai Square Hanover Square
5, Princess Street W1B 2LF - London Tel. : 020 74 99 33 33

Popular Clubs & Pubs near Oxford Street

8, Argyll Street W1F 7TF - London Tel. : 020 77 34 57 76
100 Club
100, Oxford Street W1D 1LL - London Tel. : 020 76 36 09 33
Aqua Spirit
240, Regent Street W1B 3BR - London Tel. : 020 74 78 05 40
London Cocktail Club
4, Great Portland Street W1W 8PZ - London Tel. : 020 75 80 19 60
Dirty Martini
10C, Hanover Square W1S 1JH - London Tel. : 020 43 71 25 50
The Old Explorer
23, Great Castle Street W1G 0JA - London Tel. : 020 74 91 04 67
19, Great Portland Street W1W 8QB - London Tel. : 020 72 68 00 82
Match Bar
37-38, Margaret Street W1G 0JF - London Tel. : 020 76 29 75 51


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Modern Studio Flat just few steps away form Oxford Street, within walking distance to the theaters & bars of Soho and all the central actrations. One bedroom, one bathroom, and a modern kitchen.

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Stylish and modern apartment, in one of the best location in Central London, just few steps away from Oxford Street. One bedroom, one bathroom, fully equipped kitchen and spacious living room.

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In the elegant area of Fitzorvia, in close proximity of Oxford street, pleasant and inviting two bedroom apartment, with one bathroom, fully fitted kitchen and spacious living room.

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Whitfield 2 Oxford Street

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Spacious and comfortable two bedroom, in the elegant neighborhood of Fitzrovia, just few minutes away from Oxfrod street and London's most prominent attractions. Fully equipped kitchen, large living space and all modern commodities.

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Whitfield 3
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Well situated and well designed this two bedroom apartment provide a stylish and spacious base in the elegant area of Fitzrovia, just few steps away from Oxford street. Features spacious living room, modern kitchen and all kind of commodities.

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Whitfield 4
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Quiet and comfortable accommodation in the prime Central London area of Fitzrovia, right beside Oxford street. Two bedroom and one bathroom, spacious living room & modern kitchen.

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