Taxi Transfer from Heathrow to Camden Town (WC1)
If we were to talk about Europe’s busiest shopping street, Oxford Street, situated in Camden Town WC1, would be the one. Starting with 2011, about 300 shops were opened for business.
Oxford Street is known as the home of some of the most famous department stores in London, such as Selfridges, Topshop, House of Fraser, HMV, John Lewis and many other high-end department stores. Suffice it to say that Oxford Street is considered to be the biggest shopping street within Inner London, with many of the shops being opened from 10 until 18- 19.
– Around 1729, the street came to be known as Oxford Road, whereas between the 12th century and 1782 it had several different names such as Worcester Road., Uxbridge Road, and Tyburn Road.
– Oxford Street became known for its shops starting with the 19th century.
– During the World War II, four important department stores were damaged: Selfridges, Peter Robinson, Bourne & Hollingsworth and John Lewis.
– Oxford Street is also famous for its beautiful Christmas Lights. Each year, on Christmas, the street is festively decorated; a tradition that began 5 years after the neighbouring Regent Street started it. Due to economic recession, the tradition was discontinued in 1976 and 1977, but was resumed in 1978.
– Another tradition is that in the mid- to late-November, a celebrity turns on the lights. Last year, in 2012, it was Robbie Williams’s turn to continue the tradition.
A new identity for Oxford Street
Goosebumps Brand Consultancy is set to develop a new identity for London’s Oxford Street. The rebranding is considered by its developers as being bold and unapologetic, is mainly aimed at the shoppers. It consists in shortening the Oxford Street name to Ox St and is based on the following concept it all starts here. This concept was developed as a result of a research that involved the retailers, shoppers and Oxford Street stakeholders.
Oxford Street’s new identity will be promoted during the London Fashion Week in September, in a marketing campaign. It also coincides with the launch of Crossrail expected in 2018.
Rail Transport from Heathrow Airport to WC1 – Camden Town
In order to get rail transport from Heathrow Airport to Camden Town, you have to use the Train to get to Lancaster Gate Underground Station and then take Tube to Tottenham Court Road, then walk to Bloomsbury, Great Russell Street (WC1). Also, you can take a taxi transfer from Heathrow Airport to Camden Town (WC1).
Road Transport from Heathrow Airport to WC1 – Camden Town
So as to travel by car from Heathrow Airport to Camden Town (WC1), you must use the M4 motorway. Heathrow Airport is 19.3 miles away from WC1.
A journey by taxi from Heathrow Airport to Camden Town (WC1) with 247 Heathrow Airport Transfer, is going to last about 57 minutes. The price of a taxi service from Heathrow Airport to WC1 starts from 56£ for a Saloon car.
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