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A very busy train station, serving numerous passengers every hour, when the place works well its fantastic, lots of shops for snacks before you board the train & a harry Potter area, fantastic main area design, a British treasure.
The Kings Cross area is an excellent base if you are travelling into London by train to Kings Cross or St Pancras stations. There are numerous hotels within walking distance ranging from the exclusive to those more friendly in price. The area has countless bars...More
Ten years ago I would have advised visitors to steer clear of this area as it was the haunt of beggars, thieves and prostitutes. There are still some problems but there is now a lot to see within a few minutes walk of the station....More
This is a much improved railway station with great facilities and restaurants. Architecturally it is not as good as St Pancras station next door. It serves both overground and underground trains.
The Eurostar trains leave from St Pancras International station next door.
Old and new side-by-side- an impressive performance by the architects who have successfully updated the station area. There is a buzz about the place with both the main line station and the international hub next each other.
Home to the Kings Cross and St Pancras International train stations, this area was a busy thoroughfare when we visited - lots of people bustling around especially around the train stations and outside, the area is home to some beautiful historic buildings.
My latest visit to the Kings Cross area was to meet one son arriving from Scotland plus his brother who works near Euston for an evening out together before rugby the next day.
This area is certainly up and coming, with lots of new developments...More