The best way to get to this beautiful part of London is to walk. Covent Garden is very central, and probably much closer to other areas than you might think! We are about 30 minutes’ walk from King’s Cross and only 10 minutes from Piccadilly Circus.
Covent Garden has ample bike racks, making cycling an easy mode of transport for your visit to La Goccia. There are racks on Southampton Street, Bow Street, and also on the corner of Russell Street and Wellington Street.
We are a 15 minute bike ride from King’s Cross, 10 minutes from Waterloo and 15 minutes from Victoria! It couldn’t be easier.
Other lovely bike rides that take around 30 minutes include from Clapham, Notting Hill, and Battersea – and we are only 20 minutes or so by bike from Chelsea.
Covent Garden is on the Piccadilly Line. Covent Garden’s tube station is just a two-minute walk from either of our entrances at both Floral Street and King Street at the end of James Street.
Other tube stations include: Leicester Square (5-minute walk), Charring Cross (6-minute walk), Holborn (10-minute walk) and Waterloo (23-minute walk).
The RV1 stops at Covent Garden. The 9, 13, 15, 23, 139 and 153 all stop at Trafalgar Square and Aldwych (just a short walk). The No. 24 stops at Leicester Square; Covent Garden is signposted from there.
If possible, it is best to avoid driving to Covent Garden as parking is very restricted. There is limited on-street parking with meters on some surrounding roads.
If driving, it is essential to remember to pay the Congestion Charge. The charge can be paid online, in selected shops and petrol stations, by post, by SMS from your mobile phone or by phone on +44 (0)20 7649 9122. Two of the largest car park providers in central London are Masterpark and NCP.