Buses from London to Ipswich depart frequently seven days a week. The earliest service each day leaves around 5:30 a.m., while the last departs late in the evening. Operator National Express runs several direct buses on the route daily, with the shortest journey time being under three hours. Some services involve a change at Ipswich rail station.
An average meal in a restaurant in Ipswich costs 13.4% less than in London.
Prices in Ipswich are on average 12.6% lower than in London.
Public transport in Ipswich costs around 54.4% less than in London.
A night in a hotel in Ipswich is about 3.4% more expensive than in London.
The departure point for passengers travelling by bus from London to Ipswich is Victoria Coach Station. This is the capital's largest bus station, located just to the west of central London. Travelling to the coach station by train or Tube is easy, since the Victoria national rail and underground stations are only a short walk away. There are also frequent local buses from all over London, or you can make the journey by taxi.
In the heart of Suffolk, Ipswich lies close to the famous landscapes of Constable Country. There are historic buildings such as Christchurch Mansion and the Ancient House in the town centre. Another draw for visitors is the Waterfront area beside the River Orwell, which has been redeveloped over the last few years, with many restaurants and boats on the quayside. People travelling on buses from London to Ipswich will arrive at Cardinal Park, close to the town centre. This is just a short walk from the local bus station at the Old Cattle Market, with services to many parts of Suffolk. Taxi services are also available. Alternatively, you can choose to leave the coach at the train station.