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|Avg. Bus Duration:|
11 hours 19 minutes
|Coach Ticket Price:||23 €|
|Buses depart from:||Edinburgh|
|Bus arrives in:||London|
|Bus Companies:||National Express|
National Express and Megabus provide a total of 9 buses from Edinburgh to London daily. Journeys to London commence in the early hours of the morning and leave Edinburgh Bus station at regular intervals throughout the day until just before midnight. The journey will take between 8 and 11 hours depending on the time of day you choose to travel; choosing the travel late at night will shorten the length of your journey, with the added convenience of being able to sleep through the journey. There is no direct service with Megabus and some journeys will incur as many as 5 changes. National Express buses to London offer direct services from Edinburgh, other have a change at Birmingham.
The major station in Edinburgh servicing buses from Edinburgh to London is Edinburgh bus station. The station is located in the city centre on Elder Street and is just 200 metres from the central train station, Edinburgh Weaverly which opens up connections to other major cities in the UK. There are also several bus connections that be caught from the station to various locations in the city. Night transport is available with night buses or taxis.
London is often cited among the best cities in the world and offers an interesting and extensive history to those visiting. The main attractions include Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London and the London Eye. There is, however, much more to see in this metropolis.
The main bus station in London, and the terminating point for all buses from Edinburgh to London is London Victoria Coach Station. The coach station is within close proximity to the similarly named, Victoria Bus station which operates buses in and around the London area. The station is also a short walk from Victoria underground station which is served by the District, Circle and Victoria line making accessing the rest of London very easy.