NW1 is the North Western area of London that incorporates 664 postcodes. It is a part of Greater London and includes predominant areas like Euston Road, Camden Town, Regent’s Park, St Pancras, Somers Town, Primrose Hill, Gospel Oak and Lisson Grove. It is home to about 1225 featured venues including 330 restaurants, 46 entertainment, 123 nightlife, 70 leisure centers, over 86 attractions and much more.


Euston Town

Euston Town is part of A501 road and forms an important road in Central London. It’s a part of the New Road constructed in 1756 from Paddington to Islington and was the first bypass road in London. This road has tube stations: Regent’s Park, Great Portland Street, Warren Street, Euston Square, Euston, King’s Cross St Pancras line up for transportation.

Camden Town

Camden Town is a city district in North West London and is one among the 35 centres in the London Plan. It is a land with industrial heritage housing lots and lots of entertainment and tourism centers. The markets and music venues in this area clearly depict alternative culture in style. This district was initially a residential area and was later developed with the set up of Railways and canals in the region. It is home to historical attractions like Jewish Museum, St Pancras Church, St Michael’s Church, Arlington House…

The Roundhouse Theatre has been venue locomotive engine roundhouse, music venue and is a theatre and popular music venue since its reopening in 2006. Camden has featured in Media and in a number of films and literatures. Camden is familiar among people for its markets. At weekends, the markets attract folks to fashion, lifestyle, books, food, antiques…

Camden Town has excellent transportation facilities. Camden Town is the Underground station and Camden Road is the over ground station. It is part of A503 and A400 roads and is major hub for bus transportation in London.


Regent’s Park

Regent’s Park, one of London’s royal public parks is located in the North Western part of Central London. It has two rings inner and outer lined with stucco terraces. It houses Regent’s College and the London Zoo. Visitors to the park play different games like Cricket, Tennis, Football, Hockey, Softball, Netball, Athletics, Running…The Park also houses nine villas and has cultural reference. Regent’s Park, Baker Street and Great Portland Street are the nearest tube stations and Camden Road and Marylebone are the nearest over ground stations.


St Pancras

St Pancras is a London area that originated centuries back and refers to a number of overlapping districts. The St Pancras Church and St Pancras Hospital are well known. The St Pancras Station is one of England’s best stations. King’s Cross St Pancras and Russell Square are the nearest Tube stations and King’s Cross and St Pancras are the nearest over ground stations.

NW1 has number of budget to luxury hotels including Thistle Euston, Holiday Inn London Camden Lock, Radisson Edwardian Grafton Hotel, Premier Inn London Euston, Hilton London Euston, Novotel London St Pancras…