Marylebone Area Guide
Marylebone is a great location for commuting in and around London, it is moments away from the famous shopping of Oxford Street and world renowned medical expertise of Harley Street as well as a wealth of restaurants, bars and boutique shops of its own. Marylebone is distinguished by its tree lined streets with Georgian architecture with some new up-and-coming developments of flats and mews houses.
Marylebone is blessed with two beautiful parks; Hyde Park to the South and Regent's Park to the North of Marylebone. Hyde Park is perfect for a run, cycle, horse-ride or a simple stroll across its paths and you will also find the world famous Serpentine Lake and Gallery, perfect for boating. Regent’s Park is also full of sport facilities and includes Queen Mary’s Gardens which features a variety of roses.
Shopping and Entertainment
Seconds away from Oxford Street, Marylebone is the shopper’s paradise. When it comes to grocery shopping there is a large Waitrose as well as selection of butchers and fishmongers to pick from. The Marylebone Farmers Market has about 40 stalls of raw produce and remarkable delicacies open every Sunday for the locals.
Whether its dinner a chipotle Mexican Grill or an afternoon tea at The Landmark Hotel, Marylebone locals are spoilt for choice with many cafes and restaurants in the area. Along Edgware Road you will find you are spoilt of choice with many Middle Eastern cuisines. For amazing Lebanese food, try Moroush or the Beirut Cafe.
The area is full of tourist attractions such as Sherlock Holmes Museum, Madame Tussauds and Regent Park offers the Open Air Theatre as well as meeting the wildlife at London Zoo.
Sherlock Holmes Museum
Baker Street Underground Station
Marylebone Underground & Overground Station
Regents Underground Station