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London to Bristol Bus Information

Avg. Bus Duration2h 24m
Bus arrives inBristol
Buses depart fromLondon
Coach Ticket Price£ 5.88
Distance171 km
Bus Companies
  • National Express

Quick Guide: Buses from London to Bristol

Prices from: £8
Buses per Day: ~ 33
Changes: 0 or 1
Average Time: 2h30
Fastest: 2h20
Main company: National Express

Buses from Londonto Bristol: General Information

How to take Bus from London to Bristol?

National Express and Megabus are the main bus companies offering routes from London to Bristol by bus. The National Express services are always direct, while with Megabus a change University of West England, which is located just on the peripheries of the city. The Buses Depart from London Victoria and arrive at Marlborough street in Bristol city centre.

How long are buses from London to Bristol?

The buses from London to Bristol typically last between 2 and 3 hours. This journey time increases when a change of bus is needed.

When is the first and last bus of the day from London to Bristol?

The first buses into Bristol from London arrive at about 9 a.m. while the last buses into Bristol are at around 2:20 a.m. On other routes buses to Bristol run through the night, there’s no cut off point for when buses arrive at Bristol coach station.

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Bristol

Demographics

Local Time 07:43
£ Sterling Pounds
Population 430,700
Region South West England
Languages English

How expensive is Bristol?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Bristol costs 17.5% less than in London.

Shopping

Prices in Bristol are on average 11.6% lower than in London.

Public Transport

Public transport in Bristol costs around 19.9% less than in London.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Bristol is about 31.9% less expensive than in London.

Taking the Bus from London

Buses from London to Bristol leave mainly from London Victoria Coach Station. The coach station, which is the largest one of its kind in the country, is in the western part of central London, a few hundred metres along from the London Victoria railway and underground station complex. For that reason, ​the coach station is easy to reach on the Victoria, District and Circle lines on the tube, as well as on National Rail services from the south of London and Gatwick Airport. An extensive bus network including night buses is available, as are taxis.

Getting into Bristol by Bus

Bristol is an interesting and quirky city, with a reputation for arts, film and music. People with an interest in culture will have much to explore here. Stroll the streets to see works by world renowned street artist Banksy, or if you're looking for retail therapy visit Cabot Circus shopping centre.

Buses from Cardiff to Bristol arrive in one of two different places. National Express services terminate at Bristol Bus Station, in the centre of the city, whilst Megabus services stop at Bristol Colston Hall, just a short distance to the South West of the main bus station. Bristol Bus Station is approximately 2 km away from Bristol Temple Meads mainline railway station. From there you can get trains to Bristol Airport. The bus stations are centrally located, however, should you want to travel elsewhere, Bristol has an extensive bus network, which includes night buses. Taxis are also available from the city centre.

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