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A taxi driver's guide to Westminster

Knew to the area? Check out our Westminster taxi driver’s guide for some terrific ideas on where to dine out or drink in while you’re here. We’ve uncovered all the best restaurants, pubs and attractions so you don’t have to. Just book an Addison Lee and be on your way. It’s that easy. Before we get started, we should be clear about something. When we say Westminster, we’re referring to the area. The wider borough known as the City of Westminster is a bit larger, featuring areas such as Soho, Oxford St and Regent St. And being the suckers for detail that we are, we’re just going to talk about the district of Westminster; running from the tube station down to Vauxhall Bridge and then back up to Westminster Cathedral. All clear? Probably not, but let’s move on anyway. If you’ve not been here before, Westminster is primarily famous for being the political capital of the UK. The stunning Houses of Parliament (or Palace of Westminster to use its proper name) has played home to the British government for well over 500 years. That being said, it has always proven a mite susceptible to fires. Which is why the building you see there today (the New Palace) has actually only been there since the mid 19th century. Addison Lee have been providing London and Westminster with a minicab service to be relied on since 1975. Meaning that we’ve been around long enough to know what our customers value the most about our service. We put safety, comfort and reliability above all else with each and everyone of the 20,000 journeys we conduct across the capital every day. Allowing you the time to get on with your busy life without having to sweat the small stuff. Check out our Westminster taxi driver’s guide for some great hints and tips on the best pubs, bistros and attractions the area has to offer.

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