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A taxi driver's guide to Brixton

New to the area? Don’t worry. Our Brixton taxi driver’s guide has got all the best hints and tips on where to eat, drink and hang out while you’re here. Arguably now one of London’s trendier spots, Brixton has experienced a massive surge in popularity over recent years. Having been pushed out of central London in search of affordable accommodation, Londoners quickly capitalised on Brixton’s lively neighbourhood and descended to it en masse. The result is not so much a change in the landscape down here as a refreshing and enlivening of it. For years Brixton served commuters from the surrounding areas with a much needed point of access to the London Underground. And as the final stop on the Victoria Line, the station itself has always been a bit of a funnel point, particularly at rush hour. But nowadays there are just as many people looking to come to Brixton as there are heading northwards towards central London, and when you start to explore this vibrant and alluring part of south west London, it’s really no surprise. Famous for its Market and the irresistible Brixton Village; as well as dozens of terrific music venues, Brixton is alive with great stuff to do and terrific things to see. It’s no wonder so many people are choosing to come and live here. Addison Lee take absolute pride in the service we deliver. Which means providing minicabs that aren’t just comfortable and affordable, but also cars that are safe. We never, ever charge ‘surge’ fares, not even when central Brixton’s at its busiest. So you’ll always know how much you’re paying and what you’re paying for. Follow our Brixton taxi driver’s guide to the area and we’ll help you unlock the secrets of SW9 in just a few moments.

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