A high-speed (330km per hour) railway link connecting London, Paris and Brussels via the Channel Tunnel. Regular services leave from London St. Pancras to Paris Gare du Nord and Brussels Midi/Zuid.
A hugely popular modern Italian bar, café, restaurant and deli, just next door to the Saatchi Gallery on Duke of York Square. The outdoor terrace is an idyllic spot to wind down after work on a balmy summer’s evening.
Trains depart every 15 minutes from Paddington Station to Heathrow and back again. A fast, reliable service, the Heathrow Express will get you to Terminals 1, 2 & 3 in 15 minutes, with Terminals 4 & 5 taking an additional four minutes.
Lillie Square’s nearest underground and overground train station, West Brompton, is just a few short steps away. From there, residents can make connections to anywhere in London and beyond.
The historic Square Mile is home to London’s financial services sector, one of the world’s leading global business centres.
Since 2010, Transport for London has a organised a city-wide bicycle hire scheme. Londoners named them Boris Bikes after Boris Johnson, mayor of London.
Close to Lillie Square in Zone 1, for the Piccadilly and District Lines. Since the early 1950s, the station name has been spelled with an apostrophe on the Underground map, though the name of the local area generally does without.
A London icon, the ‘Hackney Carriage’ or black cab is a common sight on the city streets. Only they’re not all black any more, they now come in various shades of paintwork, including colourful sponsored liveries.