Crystal Palace is situated in South London, England. It is 13 miles away in the southeast of Charing Cross; you can have the view of the London from Crystal Palace’s highest point which is almost 112 m tall. It touches three other districts and 5 London Boroughs.
There are several transport facilities in this area. Roads, rails, buses, cycles, and air all these options are available for the travelers.
Roads: A212, A214, A234, and A2199 roads are serving people to move to and from the Crystal Palace.
Cycle Routes: The routes 23, 7 and 27 of London cycle network pass through the different parts of Crystal Palace.
Rail: Crystal Palace Railway Station is serving the people.
Buses: multiple routes are available i.e. 249, 322, N2, 3/N3, 122, N137, 157, 202, N63, 227, 410, 417, 432, 450, 358, 363, and 931
Air: Gatwick, Heathrow, London City, and Biggin Hill Airport are nearest airports.
Crystal Palace Park, Vintage Delights, Foodie Paradise, Crystal Palace Food Market and Book Seller Crow bookshop are the places that attract the visitors a lot.
Fun fact: This area was named because of the Crystal Palace Exhibition building which existed from 1854 to 1936.