London Tube Map 2024

Updated: March 2024

On our website, you will find the following information about the London Underground: maps of daytime services, fares, timetables, maps of each tube line, maps of the night tube services, and the railway lines connecting each end of Greater London.

 

London Tube Map

  Underground map with the tube lines and stations, according to the current geographical location in London.

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London Tube map 2024

  Download the London tube map in PDF format:

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For smartphone. Large 600ppp 7 MB
For Printing in high-resolution. Large 2400ppp 28 MB

The Tube map is also available showing wheelchair-accessible stations and in 15 languages (in PDF format).


 

London Tube Night Service Map

On Fridays and Saturdays, London's Underground and Overground offer night services. The lines and stations that operate overnight on these days are:

  • Central Line (Ealing Broadway to Loughton).
  • Jubilee Line (Stanmore to Stratford).
  • Northern (Edgware/High Barnet to Morden)
  • Piccadilly (Cockfosters to Heathrow)
  • Victoria Line (Brixton to Walthamstow Central).
  • London Overground (New Cross Gate to Highbury & Islington).

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London night tube map 2024

 

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London night tube map in PDF. Large 2 MB

Map based on the original work "London Underground Overground DLR Crossrail map night.svg" by Sameboat, available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license. Modifications made by www.londontubemap.org.

Map Key

  1. Underground: Tube lines are identified with different solid colours and a single thick line. The London Tube has 11 lines: Bakerloo, Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, and Waterloo.
  2. Trains: represented by two parallel lines (=). We will find three railway lines on the map: DLR (Docklands Light Railway), London Overground, and Elizabeth Line.
  3. Interchange stations: Stations where you can change from one tube line to the other. They are represented by a white circle and a black outline.
  4. Zones: London's transport network is divided into 9 zones. Zone 1 covers the city centre, and zone 6 starts in the outskirts.
    #Tip for tourists: In zones 1 & 2 you will find the most important London attractions.
  5. Fares: Standard single-journey ticket prices range from £6.70 to £9.80, varying by zone. Using a Prepaid or contactless cards offers significant savings. With an Oyster Card or Visitor Oyster Card, fares range from £2.70 to £3.60 during off-peak hours and £2.80 to £5.60 during peak hours.
  6. General Operating Hours: Typically, from Monday to Saturday, services run from 5:00 am to 12:00 am, and on Sunday from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm. Peak times are on weekdays, between 6:30 am to 9:30 am, and 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm, excluding public holidays. Please note that these times are approximate and can vary depending on the station and day. For precise station-specific timings, refer to our detailed schedule.

Maps of London Tube lines

If you need information about a particular line, you can click on any of the links below and access individual maps of the London Tube and Overground lines.

[ Click on a line to get more information ]

Underground lines
 Bakerloo 
 Central 
 Circle 
 District 
 H'smith & City 
 Jubilee 
 Metropolitan 
 Northern 
 Piccadilly 
 Victoria 
 Waterloo & City 

Overground rails
 DLR 
 Elizabeth Line 
 London Overground 
 London Trams 
 London Cable Car 


Where to buy tourist tickets online?

On the Tiqets website, you can buy cheaper tickets for all kinds of museums, shows, monuments, attractions, and tours. On some items, you can save up to 20%. In most places, with these tickets, you will not have to wait in line at the entrance.


 

Interesting Facts about the London Underground and its map

The London Underground, better known as the Tube, is one of the most extensive networks in the world. In London, the tube is connected and integrated with trains and trams.

There are ticket vending machines where you can buy tickets or top-up prepaid cards.

You must touch your card or ticket at the yellow reader at the beginning, and at the end of your journey.

There are different benefits available for children and elderly people.

 

The London Tube = Design Icon

The Tube is a symbol of London and it is part of its identity. These three design features are a registered trademark for London and they made it a world icon, simply unique.

The Tube map was devised by Harry Beck, who created this design in 1931. Its schematic style makes a complex transport network easy to understand (it is schematic because it does not follow the distance scale).

This map design was imitated by all the underground and railway companies in the world.  The model is also used in other fields, such as aeronautics. The creator, Mr. Beck, was employed by the railway company. The first time he presented the map, it was rejected.

The Roundel is the underground's logo. Its circular design with a red, white, and blue stripe in the centre dates back to 1900. It was inspired by the posters of the Paris metro.

Finally, the trilogy is completed by the "Johnston" typography, which can be seen on the map and on all the Underground signage, extending its use to the Overground and the railways that are part of the TfL. This typography was especially designed for the tube.

 

Questions and answers

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