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Cheap Taxis Edgware Road

The most famous part of the Edgware road is a piece stretching from Edgware road tube station in the north to Marble Arch corner in the south. This segment of road is home to a diverse mix of people, businesses and properties and is worth a visit if you are exploring London.

Restaurants & Cafes
As with a majority of the businesses down this road, the restaurants and cafes are largely of Turkish and middle-eastern flavour. This is a great place to kick back with a shisha pipe and watch the world go by. Plus, no matter if were in the depths of winter or the height of summer, many of these restaurants provide outdoor heaters, comfy chairs and shelter for their patrons.

Feeling Lucky?
The Edgware road is home to the Victoria Grosvenor Casino, one of Europes premier casinos, and also stage for the annual Pokerstars European Poker Tour Main Event. This is a poker tournament which has a $10,000 entry fee and attracts celebrities the likes of Shane Warne, Teddy Sherringham, Toby Maguire, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Shannon Elizabeth. If your bankroll doesnt stretch quite that far, never-fear, an array of small 2.50 – 5 cash games, roulette and blackjack tables are available to choose from. Getting to the casino couldnt be easier. Edgware road taxis pull up right outside the main entrance, and excellent choice of transport for your journey about town.

Accommodation in Edgware road offers the full-spectrum. Rental properties above shops offer the cheaper board – well, cheap for central London anyway. While new developments in the Praed Street area next to the Hilton are for those with deeper pockets. A one bedroom flat in these new developments can set you back in the region of 6000 per month on rent. Taxis in Edgware road can get you into the hub of Londons West End within minutes.

Marble Arch
Edgware road leads into Marble Arch in the south. This is juncture at which Hyde Park meets Oxford Street. As well as being popular with tourists this is also an area where local office workers can enjoy their lunchtime in relative sanctuary, away from the hustle-and-bustle of Oxford Street.

Your options for getting around the area are abundant. Marble Arch tube (Central Line) is to the south while the Bakerloo, District, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines all have stops at Edgware road. Bus routes down the road are too plentiful to mention and can get you almost anywhere in London. Edgware road taxi offices offer a more personalised albeit more expensive option.

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