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Train Journeys to London

Whether you want to see Buckingham Palace or Big Ben, taking the train to and around London is an ideal way to tick off major sightseeing attractions in this incredible city. It also features luxury shopping streets alongside quirky vintage boutiques, vibrant food markets next to Michelin-starred restaurants, West End musicals alongside exclusive nightclubs, and peaceful parks adjacent to interactive museums. London is a diverse and exciting destination bustling with culture, and with a variety of stations connecting the capital with the rest of the country, it couldn’t be easier to travel to.

One of the great things about London is how easily accessible it is from all over the UK. The capital boasts many train stations, each serving a different part of the country. Some of the city’s main train stations include London Euston, King’s Cross, Waterloo, Victoria, Paddington and Liverpool Street.

Popular trains to London include those from Edinburgh, which take around 4 hours, Manchester which take approximately 2 hours 30 minutes, and York and Birmingham with a journey time of around 2 hours. These trains are operated by companies including Avanti West Coast and LNER.

Train Journeys to London

How to Buy Cheap Train Tickets to London?

  • Book in Advance

    Book in Advance

    Advanced train tickets are typically the most cost-effective option for train travel. They are usually available for purchase 12 weeks before the travel date.

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  • Group Travel

    Group Travel

    Get a 1/3 discount on Off-Peak tickets through GroupSave if you are travelling with a group of 3 to 9 adults.

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  • Season Tickets

    Season Tickets

    A weekly or monthly train pass which includes unlimited travel between two stations. It could help you save more than 1/3 on train fares.

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  • Flexi Travel

    Flexi Travel

    8 days of unlimited travel between two stations within a 28-day period.

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FAQs About Trains to London

  • Which station do trains to London arrive at?

    Trains to London can arrive at 18 stations. Make sure to check the train schedule and plan your journey accordingly to ensure a smooth travel experience.
  • How can I find cheap train tickets to London?

    There are several ways to get cheap train tickets to London. One is to book your tickets in advance, as many train operators offer discounted tickets for early bookings. Another is to consider splitting your tickets, where you book separate tickets for different parts of your journey, which can sometimes result in great savings.

    Additionally, you can purchase a Railcard, which offers discounted fares for frequent travellers, students, or specific age groups.

    By exploring these options, you can find cheap train tickets to London and save money on your journey.

  • Can I use my Railcard to save up to 1/3 on my trip to London?

    Yes, most Railcards can be used to save up to 1/3 on train fares to London, such as 16-25 Railcard, 26-30 Railcard, Senior Railcard, Two Together Railcard, Family & Friends Railcard, and Network Railcard.

    Each Railcard offers different discounts and eligibility requirements, so be sure to check which one is best for you. By using a Railcard, you can save money on your train tickets to London, and even get discounts on restaurants and attractions.

  • Can I get to London by train?

    Yes, of course you can. There are several train routes available to help you reach London, including manchester to london,birmingham to london,and southampton to london. You can check the schedules and availability of trains to London from our train journey planner.