Welcome to vibrant Victoria

Nestled beside Westminster Cathedral Piazza, across the road from Cardinal Place, among the theatres and hidden treasures of Victoria, Myo is a stronghold of creativity and experimentation. Its neighbours include hundreds of progressive businesses in every category, from Tom Ford to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

It’s one of the best-connected Zone 1 neighbourhoods, with a major train station just moments from many central London locations and landmarks. With amazing food, shopping, and nightlife – and acres of green space provided by the local parks, you can ride, run, workout or just relax and take in the historic landscape.

Victoria is also teeming with great cultural hotspots to enjoy after work and into the evening. Whether you want to take in the latest exhibition at the Tate Britain or enjoy the world-famous Hamilton at the Victoria Palace Theatre, it’s all on your doorstep.

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MYO IS LOCATED IN THE CENTRE OF VICTORIA’S VIBRANT BUSINESS AND TRAVEL HUB

RAIL

London Victoria is the second busiest railway station in the UK and a central London travel hub, providing access to the south and west of England.
Travel times (mins)
Clapham Junction – 5
Balham – 12
East Croydon – 20
Gatwick – 30
Brighton – 53

UNDERGROUND

Victoria has been transformed into a state-of-the-art transport hub for London. Victoria, District and Circle lines provide quick and easy access to London.
Travel times (mins)
Charing Cross – 12
Waterloo– 17
Euston – 17
King’s Cross – 20
Paddington – 23
Heathrow – 63

BUS

You’re spoiled for choice when it comes to bus travel, with numerous bus services stopping in Victoria and Victoria Coach Station around the corner for long-distance journeys.
Travel times (mins)
Westminster – 10
Green Park – 10
Charing Cross – 14
Waterloo – 23

WALKING

From here you can stroll to London’s Royal Parks or explore Victoria and central London by foot.
Walking times (mins)
– Belgravia – 10
– Knightsbridge – 15
– Mayfair – 25
– West End – 25
– Covent Garden – 30

Source: Google maps, Transport for London & National Rail