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Birmingham to London Bus Information

Avg. Bus Duration2h 44m
Bus arrives inLondon
Buses depart fromBirmingham
Coach Ticket Price£ 4.75
Distance163 km
Bus Companies
  • National Express

Quick Guide: Buses from Birmingham to London

Average Price: £4
Buses per day: ~ 26
Changes: Direct
Average Time: 2h50
Fastest Route: 2h35
Slowest Route: 3h15

The main providers of buses from Birmingham to London are National Express and Megabus. The direct services from National Express are frequent, with two buses departing Birmingham Coach Station per hour. This schedule is in operation throughout the day, from just before dawn until late evening. The fastest journey time is approximately 2.5 hours. Megabus services depart approximately every two hours, with stops at Birmingham International Airport and Coventry along the way.


How to take the bus from Birmingham to London?

When taking the bus from Birmingham to London, the main departure point is Birmingham Coach Station. Located on Mill Lane, the station is an approximate ten-minute walk from the city centre and Birmingham New Street train station. There are a number of local bus services operated by Network West Midlands which run throughout the day and stop at Mill Lane.

Buses from Birmingham to London terminate at Victoria Coach Station. There are a number of options for onward travel from Victoria Coach Station. Serving the Victoria, District and Circle lines, the underground station at Victoria is just a two-minute walk away. Local bus routes are numerous, with services 22, 211, 239, C1 and N11 all stopping at the coach station. A taxi rank is situated adjacent to Victoria Coach Station on Eccleston Place.

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Local Time 07:47
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Region Greater London
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How expensive is London?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in London costs 37.6% more than in Birmingham.


Prices in London are on average 28.5% higher than in Birmingham.

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Public transport in London costs around 19% more than in Birmingham.

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