London is an incredible city. While there is a lot going on in and around Finsbury Park, one of the best parts about the area is its connections to the wider world.
Opposite Maldron Hotel, Finsbury Park Underground Station, part of the London tube system that has been around for 160 years, was first opened in 1861 when it was part of the GNR line. There have been a number of changes over the decades and today it is now part of the important Victoria and Piccadilly lines which serve many important locations across the city and beyond.
The Victoria line has links to Oxford Circus. Step out onto Oxford Street, full of a wonderful range of shops from your favourite chains to independent shops offering everything you could ever need.
Finsbury Park Underground is on the Piccadilly line which includes important stops such as Piccadilly Circus, Covent Garden and Leicester Square. This means that from Finsbury Park you are minutes away from a world of culture and entertainment that includes theatre, cinema, restaurants, cafes and much more.
Heathrow Airport is also on the Piccadilly line, just a few stops from Finsbury Park with Terminals 2, 3, 4 and 5 just a short train ride away. This, along with other stations to London’s finest attractions, makes Finsbury Park the perfect location to reach out to the rest of the city and beyond.