Up for a stroll? London tube map adds walking times between stations

Many travellers in London are amazed at the ease at which you can get around the city on the tube. But you could be saving time – and seeing more – by getting off the Underground and walking to your next destination.

The London underground sign against the night sky as talks aimed at agreeing pay and conditions for workers on the new all-night Tube service in London are to be held today.

The London underground sign against the night sky. Image by Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Transport for London released a map of zones 1 and 2, with numbers indicating how long it takes to walk between stops. Much of the downtown stops are 15 minutes or less away on foot and could take you less time to get to than waiting for a train, or you could see more of what London has to offer by getting off a stop early and going on foot.

New London tube map shows walking lengths between stations.

New London tube map shows walking lengths between stations. Image by Transit for London

See the full map here.

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