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Finsbury Park taxi fares breaking the bank? Time to switch to Addison Lee

A taxi driver's guide to Finsbury Park

Often maligned as being Highbury’s slightly rundown sister, Finsbury Park is an area that is categorically ‘on the up’. Follow our Finsbury Park taxi driver’s guide to unearth the area’s best new developments and trusty old faithfuls. Anyone who’s ever travelled through Finsbury Park’s dreaded tube and train station knows that it’s not just a maze of complicated labyrinthine tunnels, but also one of rush hour’s most unpleasant commute points. A problem that’s only worsened when you step off the concourse into the fumes and concrete of its neighbouring bus station. But take the time to slope away from its rather dour travel hub and you’ll start to uncover an area of London that’s as diverse and fascinating as it is increasingly desirable. You’ll even see why – whereas in the past people lived here as an affordable alternative to neighbouring Highbury and Angel – Londoners are increasingly moving here because they want to. Addison Lee have been helping those Londoners get where they need to go since 1975. And in that time, we like to think we’ve got to the heart of what our customers want, need and expect from us – a service that’s not only reliable and comfortable but also one that’s safe and affordable. That’s why we take enormous pride in offering such a great alternative to other costly Finsbury park taxi companies. Never charging our customers unexpected ‘surge fares’, never demanding more money just because we’re busy, always providing the same high level of service no matter the time of day. That service is our promise to you. Which is why we’ve put together this handy Finsbury Park taxi driver’s guide. So you’ll know where to go as well as how to get there. All you need now is an Addison Lee.

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