Baker Street the home of fictional detective Sherlock Holmes comes right up to the Marylebone Road and very close to Regents Park in London. There is an underground station right on Baker Street and is an easy walk to Regents Park.
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This is a very nice place connected with under ground. If you want to go t Madam Tussauds then you will have to come to Bake Street station. This place is also well connected with bus service.Also it is very close to Lords Cricket Ground....More
I wanted to see the picturesque London and see where Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created his masterpiece, Sherlock Holmes. It was as expected and I felt a little more connected to the character and the stories because of the visit.
I loved that when I came out of the tube station I was in Sherlock land. The house and Museum are right around the corner. The feel of the area is great. Fun shops too.
The journalists often ask me where I get an inspiration for my new detective stories. Actually, what I can advise you? To come to London and to visit Backstreet 221! Upon arrival to put the Sherlock Holmes hat to your head and to smoke his...More
Lots of big stores along this street, many you can find all over the world. So you can buy all sorts of things. Practical but not pretty.
Running from Portman Square in the south to Regents Park in the north, Baker Street is very much worth a visit if you are new to London. There are some very decent restaurants (Galvin and Royal China to name but two) plus some well known...More
I like Baker Street. It has various shops (from high to low end), restaurants, and even museums (most notably the Sherlock Holmes museum). It is also very close to Madame Tussauds, Regent's Park and the Lords cricket ground. It also has its own London Underground...More