Also known as London’s business district, Canary Wharf is well connected by underground tubes, trains, and buses. Jubilee line connects Canary Wharf Tube station. The service runs between Stanmore and Stratford passing through, North Greenwich, Green Park, Waterloo and London Bridge, and Green Park. Likewise, it is also connected by the Docklands Light Railway (DLR). You can rely on the DLR to travel to Lewisham, Stratford, Woolwich, Bank, West India Quay, and Poplar. The buses that connect to Canary Wharf include D3 Bethnal Green to Canary Wharf, 135 Moorfields Eye Hospital to Canary Wharf, D7 Mile End to Canary Wharf, 277 Highbury and Islington to Canary Wharf, and D8 Stratford to Canary Wharf.
If you are traveling from outside the UK, you can reach depending on which Airport you land. If you are landing at City Airport, you can take DLR service. If you land at Heathrow, take the direct trains to London, and take one of the underground lines that connect Jubilee and get down in Canary Wharf Station. For passengers landing at Gatwick, take a train to Victoria, and then go to Green Park and then take Jubilee Line to Canary Wharf station. You have to wait no more than two minutes for the next underground train if you miss one.
Alternatively, you could hire a taxi and reach the place.