Discover how to get to Belgravia by tube, bus, train, bicycle and on foot
A short stroll from Knightsbridge, Sloane Square, Hyde Park Corner and Victoria Station, Belgravia couldn’t be more central.
Belgravia is easily accessible on foot. Visit Transport for London to plan your journey.
Belgravia is best accessed via Knightsbridge, Sloane Square and Victoria Underground stations. Motcomb Street is approximately a seven-minute walk from Knightsbridge station via Sloane Street, or an 11-minute walk from Sloane Square Underground station. Sloane Square station is the closest London Underground station to Pimlico Road (six-minute walk). Elizabeth Street and Eccleston Street are moments away from Victoria station. Visit Transport for London to plan your journey.
Eccleston Yards, Elizabeth Street and Ebury Street in Belgravia are just a five-minute walk from Victoria train station. Visit Transport for London to plan your journey.
Belgravia can be accessed by bus routes 11, 19, 22, 137, 170, 211, 452 and C1. London Victoria Coach Station is also located minutes away. Visit Transport for London to plan your journey.
Belgravia is accessible by car, though Motcomb Street is pedestrianised and closed to traffic between 12pm-12am. There are several Westminster pay-and-display parking bays, and a number of car parking operators in the area, including Q-Park Knightsbridge located on Kinnerton Street, SW1X 8JU and NCP Car Park, SW1X 9SA.
Belgravia is accessible by cycling, with numerous cycle parking locations within the area. Santander Cycle docking stations are located on Harriet Street, Belgrave Square, Sedding Street (Sloane Square), Bourne Street, Ebury Bridge, Eaton Square, Eccleston Place and Elizabeth Bridge. For more cycling routes, please visit Transport for London to plan your journey.