Directions to find AVC on Harley Street, London

Our London clinic is on Harley Street, one of the most famous streets in London, and enjoys an international reputation for being a hub of private medical excellence including laser eye surgery.

At Advanced Vision Care, we have many patients who have to travel from outside London and abroad, so we have added this page to give you some helpful information on how to find your way to us.


We are situated at number 77 Harley Street, which is just inside London’s Congestion Charging zone. If you drive through the zone between 7.00am and 6.00pm, Monday to Friday, but excluding public holidays, please be aware that you will be required to pay a fee (£9-£12). The good news is that you only have to pay the fee once, regardless of how many times you drive in and out of the zone on the same day. For more information, and payment options please visit their website.

Train Stations

Train stations nearby include Marylebone Railway Station and  Euston Railway Station, both of which are 15-20 minutes walk from Harley Street.

There a number of public buses which stop on Marylebone High Street and are a short walk away from our clinic.

If you have any questions or concerns, just give us a call on 0800 652 4878 and our friendly staff will be happy to help advise you.


Harley Street and nearby Wimpole Street have a small number of metered parking bays, but finding a parking space in Central London can be very challenging. Also note that parking meters are expensive (£3.00 per hour from 08.30am – 06.30pm for a maximum stay of 4 hours), and you run the risk of your car being clamped or towed if you don’t have a valid parking ticket, so perhaps you’d like to see if a friend or relative can drop you off instead.

Alternatively, there are also public car parks at Portland Place NCP and Harley Street Masterpark, which are only a few minutes walk from the Advanced Vision Care eye clinic. To have an idea of the costs, one hour parking is £5, and 24 hours is £35. Usefully, Q-Park on Queen Anne Mews (0207 636 0838) offer a pre-booking service, which will save you the time and hassle of looking for parking.

If you are coming to AVC for surgery, we recommend that you bring a companion, who – if you both wish – can watch your surgery being performed through a transparent screen in our operating theatre.

Public Transport

If you are intending to arrive by public transport, then the Transport for London website is very helpful. The website not only includes a journey planner, maps, fare details and other travel-related website links, but also has updated information on connections into central London from Gatwick, Heathrow, London City, Luton and Stansted airports.

Advanced Vision Care is within a 5-10 minute walk from four Underground stations:

  • Baker Street: Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines
  • Oxford Circus:  Bakerloo, Central and Victoria Lines
  • Great Portland Street: Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines
  • Regent’s Park: Bakerloo Line