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London to Cambridge Bus Information

Avg. Bus Duration1h 51m
Bus arrives inCambridge
Buses depart fromLondon
Coach Ticket Price£ 3.48
Distance79 km
Bus Companies
  • National Express

Buses from London to Cambridge: Journey Details

Situated only 1.5 hours north of London, Cambridge is easily reached by bus. National Express buses leave from London's main bus hub, Victoria Coach Station, with buses running overnight and regularly throughout the day. Journey times for buses from London to Cambridge vary depending on departure time and may take up to 3 hours. The fastest buses are direct and run approximately every 1.5 hours throughout the day with low ticket prices. Overnight buses tend to be much more expensive and involve a change along the way at Stansted Airport.

Cambridge

Demographics

Local Time 12:22
Pound Sterling
Population 128,400
Region East of England
Languages English

How expensive is Cambridge?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Cambridge costs 7.1% less than in London.

Shopping

Prices in Cambridge are on average 8.9% lower than in London.

Public Transport

Public transport in Cambridge costs around 6% less than in London.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Cambridge is about 33.9% less expensive than in London.

Taking the Bus from London

The majority of travellers intending to make a long distance journey by bus depart from London's Victoria Coach Station, as it is the city's largest. Located in Central London on Buckingham Palace Road, the coach station is well connected by public transport and the London Underground, making travel connections fast and convenient. A number of bus services stop outside the coach station and there is also a taxi rank on Eccleston Place. Victoria Coach Station is also easily reached on the Underground, by taking either the Victoria Line, District Line or Circle Line to London Victoria.

Getting into Cambridge by Bus

Famed for its prestigious university, Cambridge is a beautiful destination that is framed by historic architecture and quaint streets. Visitors who wish to explore the sites of Cambridge at leisure can arrive at Cambridge Coach Station, which is located in the city centre at Parkside. Many of the city's university buildings, museums and parks are close by so visitors can easily explore on foot, or catch one of the local buses. There are other more unusual ways to tour the city, including using one of the many cycle routes, taking a tour bus or even enjoying a relaxing punt on the river.

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