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Address: Baker Street, London W1U, England
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Baker Street is considered the center of England's punk movement, and whose...

Baker Street is considered the center of England's punk movement, and whose name conjures images of Victorian England and the stories of Sherlock Holmes.

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London Marylebone and Baker Street Walking Tour

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Interesting area lined with shops

We walked down this street after visiting Abbey Road. It is lined with shops as well as the Sherlock Holmes Museum and the Beatles Store.

Reviewed 9 February 2017
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Iconic place to visit for tourists, great restaurants around the area too, if your a Sherlock Holmes fan or even if your not taks in the history and the sights of Baker Street.

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Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

Baker Street in itself is about half a mile long, ok it's not that long. Situated at the north end is Regents Park, a park that will easily help you lose a few hours within it, then as you walk down, you're greeted by the Sherlock Holmes museum, which, although is numbered as 221B Baker Street; it isn't. Outside on... More 

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Glasgow, Scotland
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Reviewed 12 February 2017

We visited Baker Street to pass by the famous house of Sherlock Holmes . The museum was not open as we were very early but took the opportunity to take photos at the Sherlock's door.

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Reviewed 9 February 2017

We walked down this street after visiting Abbey Road. It is lined with shops as well as the Sherlock Holmes Museum and the Beatles Store.

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Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 February 2017 via mobile

Famous street linked to Sherlock Holmes. Has many famous attractions. Centrally located Baker Street Station gives great access to other parts of London

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Bengaluru, India
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Reviewed 27 January 2017

As touristy as it gets, but if you're a Doyle reader or a Sherlock fan, you're guaranteed to love this place.

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Brisbane, Australia
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Reviewed 26 January 2017

Walking down Baker Street it is clear that Sherlock Holmes is what is important. A large number of local business refer to him in their names. There is also a large statue near the Tube entrance. Further, the Sherlock Holmes Museum and Shop are on the straight at 221B Baker Street. The Museum can have quite a long line so... More 

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Kuwait City, Kuwait
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Reviewed 21 January 2017

very good in central London close to madame Tussaud's has an-under ground station full of stores and nice cafes passed by port man square

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Cairo, Egypt
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Reviewed 27 December 2016 via mobile

It's not another shopping street London's city centre,not at all. Better know for the Sherlock Holmes museum and Madame Tussaud's however it's a lovely street in the Marylebone area, one of the older areas in London. There are many restaurants in the area too. An excellent spot to meet up with friends. I prefer taking Baker Street between Regent's Park... More 

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Nuneaton, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 19 December 2016

We often leave the tube here. Station has a good little cafe where we had drinks. Area itself is close to many attractions and pleasant to explore.

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