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Marylebone is a prime tourist hotspot for first-time visitors as the figurative heart of London. The streets are lined with impressive Georgian architecture and it is home to several wealthy families and celebrities, chic boutiques and independent shops, and world-class restaurants. You can book your Marylebone car hire with Enjoy Travel.
For London car hire, Marylebone is relatively cheap with Green Motion, Alamo and Enterprise all within walking distance from Marylebone station, prices starting from around £19 per day for a Fiat 500 or similar (Mini), £20.99 a day for a Toyota Aygo or similar (Mini), £23.98 or similar for a SEAT Leon Sports Tourer or similar (Compact) and around £25 to £30 per day for a 7-seater SUV.
Overview of Marylebone
Facts about Marylebone
Marylebone (pronounced ‘Mar-li-bun’) has a rich history; it was once declared as a royal hunting park by Henry VII in the 16th century. Famous residents throughout the years include Charles Dickens, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, Madonna, and Noel Gallagher . It’s even home to a literary legend - since 1887, 221B Baker Street has been known as the address of Sherlock Holmes.
Best time to visit
Marylebone is an exciting place to visit year-round. However, you can also plan your visit to coincide with one of the many colourful parades – such as for Pride or Chinese New Year – that pass through Marylebone High Street. In June, you’ll be able to experience Marylebone Summer Festival, which showcases open-air theatre, live music, and food.
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Indulge in shopping on Marylebone High Street
Home to noteworthy brands from all over the world, Marylebone is a shopper’s paradise. Swing by Marylebone Village to experience one of London’s most acclaimed retail and dining spots. From high fashion stores to independent boutiques, there’s something for everyone. When you’re worn out from shopping, duck into one of the world-class restaurants or cute cafés for a pick-me-up before you resume your retail adventures.
Explore the Sherlock Holmes Museum
Situated on 221B Baker Street, the Sherlock Holmes museum is a recreation of the intriguing detective’s residence in the fictional series written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. If you’re a fan of the series, you’ll appreciate the attention to detail paid to Sherlock Holmes and John Watson’s bedrooms and living room where they solved many puzzling cases together.
Eating out in Marylebone
Having served the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and David Beckham, Chiltern Firehouse serves exceptional British food prepared by Michelin-starred chef Nuno Mendes. The Orrery is another fine-dining restaurant best known for French food prepared with the finest ingredients. For an upscale Indian gustatory experience, Trishna serves delicacies from the southwestern coast of the subcontinent.
Getting about in Marylebone
Public transit in London is provided by Transport for London (TfL). The main tube stations are Marylebone, Baker Street, and Edgware Road. You can also hire Santander bikes from one of the many docking stations in Marylebone. If you prefer to drive, book your car hire in advance with Enjoy Travel for the best mid-week specials and weekend deals.