Transport guide

Camden Town is a transport hub and getting around is more than easy. If you find it too much hustle to go straight to Camden you can also use King's Cross St. Pancras station, another massive transport hub walking distance from Camden Town.

Coming to Camden Town

Coming by tube

Camden Town tube station is a major junction on the Northern line and one of the busiest stations on the London Underground network. Therefore Camden Town is directly accessible without a need to transfer from the following stations.

  • Euston station - major transport hub
  • King's cross station - major transport hub
  • Tottenham Court Road station
  • Liester Square station - major tourist attraction site
  • Charing Cross station - major transport hub
  • Embankment station
  • Waterloo station - major transport hub

Using other tube line? Just change at one of the following stations to Northern line.

  • King's cross station - major transport hub
  • Euston station - major transport hub

Coming by bus

Depending on which direction will you be coming from you can use the following direct bus lines to Camden Town.

  • Waterloo station - 168
  • Trafalgar Square - 29, 24 (24h service), 88 (24h service)
  • Victoria station - C2 (24h service)
  • Marble Arch - 274
  • Paddington station - 27 (24h service)
  • King's Cross - 274
  • Warren Street station - 88 (24h service), 27 (24h service), 134 (24h service), 29, 24 (24h service)

Coming by car

Camden Town is situated out of the congestion charge zone therefore you don't have to worry about the charge.

Transport fares

Oyster card

Oyster is a smartcard which can hold pay as you go credit, Travelcard and Bus & Tram Pass season tickets. Use it to travel on bus, Tube, Tram, DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services in London.

Contactless payment

You can use your contactless payment card to travel on Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services in London, as well as on buses.

Ticket

You can travel on Tube, DLR and London Overground services using an Oyster or contactless payment card to pay as you go or you can add a Travelcard to your Oyster card. You can also buy paper tickets for single journeys, Day Travelcards or group travel.

 

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