|| Even after all
your web-based research, getting around West London
can still be problematic for many people and you’ll
spot plenty of lost souls when you arrive in West London!
To ease this problem there’s plenty of tourist
centres, either privately run or government-run, to
make sure you don’t stay lost for long.
The main travel centre is located at Regent
Street, Piccadilly Circus, and is called
the Britain and London Visitor Centre [map].
The centre is open seven days a week and can help with
a variety of queries.
Friendly staff are on hand to find solutions to problems
and – reflecting a multicultural society –
speak many languages including French, Japanese, Italian,
German, Dutch, Punjabi, Hindi and Russian.
If you are close to the city, there’s a smaller
tourist information centre at Camden Direct
Information Centre and provides an invaluable
service if you’re lost or simply trying to plan
your next excursion.
Take advantage of free maps and hotel discounts as well
as impartial advice on the best places to eat and be
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