London Victoria Station is one of London's and Great Britain's busiest stations. Only Waterloo Station handles more passengers annually. The station is located in the center of London, near Buckingham Palace. Next to the station you'll find the Victoria subway station. The station was inaugurated in 1868.
Are you going to explore London? The taxi stand can be found outside the main entrance on the Terminus Place. There's another taxi stand upstairs near the Plaza exit on Victoria Place. All taxis can be accessed by wheelchairs. You can continue your journey by taking a city bus on the Terminus Place near the main entrance. The Victoria bus station is located at 600 meters from the station on Buckingham Road. A quick and easy way to continue traveling through London is by subway. You'll find the entrance to the subway station opposite platform 7. The Circle, District, and Victoria lines stop here. There's a tourist and information desk near the subway entrance. You can also rent a car at London Victoria Station. Sixt can be found in the parking garage on Eccleston Bridge Road.
You can obtain travel information from the tourist and travel desks. Tickets can be bought round the clock from ticket offices. Restrooms with facilities to change babies' nappies are located on platform 1. There are ATMs, exchange offices, and Wi-Fi hotspots. Luggage trolleys can be found throughout the station. Do you still need a hotel room? There's a special desk where they can help you finding a hotel.
London Victoria offers a wide selection of restaurants. There are fast-food chains, coffee shops or you can take your time watching a sporting event in the sports bar.
The shops won't let you down either. There are several boutiques, a flower shop, telephone shops, book stores, a shop to buy watches, and a shoe shop. This is only a small selection of the wide range of shops at the station.