London Underground Map


London's famous Underground system is the oldest of its type in the world is known affectionately as ’The Tube’ by locals and visitors alike.

The network itself runs for a total of 253 miles, serving nearly three hundred stations across Greater London and beyond, and on any given day over two and a half million journeys are made by passengers.

The Tube network is made up of a number of different lines each of which is conveniently colour-coded - for instance, the Central Line that crosses central London linking the East and West Ends is coloured red.

This colour-coding enables passengers unused to the Underground to follow the Tube map (which has, incidentally, become something of a design classic) and plan their journey.