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London to Copenhagen Bus Information

Avg. Bus Duration24h 23m
Bus arrives inCopenhagen
Buses depart fromLondon
Coach Ticket Price£ 80.57
Distance955 km
Bus Companies
  • National Express

Buses from London to Copenhagen: Journey Details

Buses from London to Copenhagen operate on most days of the week throughout the year. The main provider for this bus journey is Eurolines. There is usually one departure on each of these days: Friday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Seats can often fill fast, so it’s advisable to book in advance. Buses usually depart from London at approximately 7 p.m. The journey takes around 25.5 hours. This trip involves a ferry crossing at Dover.



Local Time 11:46
Population 1,100,000
Languages Danish

How expensive is Copenhagen?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Copenhagen costs 6.5% more than in London.


Prices in Copenhagen are on average 5.5% lower than in London.

Public Transport

Public transport in Copenhagen costs around 8.3% less than in London.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Copenhagen is about 29.8% less expensive than in London.

Taking the Bus from London

Buses from London to Copenhagen normally start out from London Victoria Coach Station. It’s advisable to arrive with plenty of time to spare to allow for checking in. Victoria Coach Station is located along Buckingham Palace Road, which is in a central location in the city. The station may be reached by bus, tube or train. There are also taxi ranks situated in Eccleston Place, which is just across the road from the station. The Victoria rail and underground station is a short 300 metre walk away. Local buses, including night services, stop outside the coach station.

Getting into Copenhagen by Bus

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is a bustling city with an excellent nightlife, great shops, and a wealth of museums and buildings of architectural interest. Top attractions in Copenhagen include the Rundetarn, Rosenborg Palace and Royal Theatre. Buses from London to Copenhagen usually terminate at Copenhagen Ingerslevs gade, which is opposite DGI-byen leisure facilities. This station is open 24/7, and shares its site with Copenhagen Central Rail and Metro Station. Situated in the downtown area of the city centre, travelers are within easy reach of Copenhagen’s top attractions. There are frequent local bus services to and from the station during the day. Between the hours of 1 a.m and 6 p.m, night buses, train and metro services are in operation throughout the city. Taxis are also available at the coach station.

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