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London subway map

Subway map London. London subway map (England) to print and download. Find all information for free about subway map London in England. In the London Underground (The Tube), you must validate the Visitor Oyster at the subway entrance and at the exit. The price of London subway journeys varies according to schedule. You will be charged according to the time, during the day, it is the most expensive; at night, cheaper. With the subway map you will see the area in which you are. The price will also vary. If you forget to have your Visitor Oyster validated at the exit, the maximum rate will be applied.
 
Generally London Underground map trains run between 5am and midnight, Monday to Saturday. The London Underground trains run from 7:30 am to 11:30 pm on Sunday except since the opening of the Night Tube on August 19, 2016 on the Central, Northern Line, Jubilee Line, Victoria Line and soon Piccadilly Line subway lines, which run around the clock on nights from Friday night to Saturday night.
 
The London Underground map shows the "Jubilee" line which is the deepest line of the underground network (69 meters deep). There are 64 lifts still active in London's underground network. The deepest is at Hampstead Station - 55 meters deep. The longest London underground journey without changing lines is 55 kilometers.
 
Malheureusement, le métro de Londres n'est pas forcèment très pratique quand on se déplace avec une poussette, bien qu'il y ait toujours un agent pour vous aider. Vous pouvez planifier votre itinéraire à l'avance avec la carte du métro pour passer par des stations les plus «accessibles». La carte des stations du métro de Londres vous présente les stations les plus accessibles (step free).
 
The best way to get around the UK capital is the London Underground. Nothing more than a train underground and a good metro map to circulate. Although it is difficult to orient yourself in the London Underground, once you have the technique and a good map of London Underground, it will be very easy. Whether it's going to work, shopping or getting out of mind, the London Underground can take you almost anywhere.