About Finsbury Park Tube Station
Finsbury lies to the north of the City of London and forms part of the Borough of Islington, a district known as a bustling and vibrant business and residential area. Finsbury’s location north of the City, east of Old Street and west of Bloomsbury, in fact, goes a long way to explain why it is one of London’s most dynamic, diverse and interesting places for businesses and for local residents. Records of Finsbury as an inhabited area reach back around 800 years, but it is a district very much on the cutting edge of modernity in London in the 21st century. Indeed, nearby Old Street has become known as ‘Silicon Roundabout’ and as a hub for the best of British start-up technology and media businesses.
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Finsbury is within easy walking distance of Angel Tube station and of both King’s Cross and St Pancras train stations. London Euston is just a little further east but still very easily accessible from most parts of Finsbury. Other very useful transport links within comfortable reach include Farringdon Tube and train stations and the London Overground, which can be joined from Shoreditch High Street. Commercial activities carried on in and around Finsbury include those based in a variety of artistic or creative pursuits, like architecture, media production and graphic design. Businesses with bases in the area include ZRP Architects, Eland Publishing and the marketing agency Thirty Three LLP. Finsbury also has a long history of association with the City University, which has a significant presence in the area.
A typical office in Finsbury Park Tube Station
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Things to do in Finsbury Park Tube Station
There are plenty of places with appeal around Finsbury, from the trendy haunts of Shoreditch to the classic British pubs of Clerkenwell. Angel too is a very fashionable and popular place for nightlife and for eating out, while Finsbury itself has more than its fair share of cool pubs and quality eateries. A particular hub of local nightlife in Finsbury is Exmouth Market, where you’ll find variety of welcoming places to grab a drink like the Exmouth Arms and some understated but excellent restaurants like Medcalf, which serves a variety of modern British cuisine. Other pubs well worth a visit around Exmouth Market include the Wilmington, which you’ll find on Yardley Street and The Easton, which you’ll find, perhaps unsurprisingly, on Easton Street.
- Tube lines: Northern
- Mainline stations: Angel
- Nearest motorways: M25, A1
- Nearest airports: Stansted, Gatwick, City, Heathrow
- Other: Buses and taxis very readily available