Travelling to London By Coach

Travelling to London by train
Travelling to London by train

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Travelling to London by Car / Limo
Driving to London

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Travelling to London by coach
National and International Journeys
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Travelling to London by ferry
Coming to England by boat

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Get on the Bus

They can be cramped, they can be late and they are tediously boring, but long distance coach journeys do have their advantages. Convenient, because you can travel direct from all major European cities. Cheap; the bus is the backpacker’s saviour. Cheerful, hey it can be a good place to meet fellow travellers, man.

The Budget Option

Always have your student passes at the ready. Young people (usually under 26), students, pensioners; you are all due a good discount in most countries. Check you have a valid international ID card. From most west European cities you should be able to get a return to London for under a hundred UK pounds (approx 165 USD).

Coach Information

International Coach Station – Victoria
Victoria Coach Station is the central point for all national and international arrivals/departures. 5 mins walk to Victoria rail Termini and tube station.

Victoria Coach Station, 164 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 9TP

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