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London to Paris Bus Information

Avg. Bus Duration7h 59m
Bus arrives inParis
Buses depart fromLondon
Coach Ticket Price£ 17.01
Distance344 km
Bus Companies
  • National Express
  • Flixbus
  • Ouibus
  • Eurolines Switzerland

Buses from London to Paris: General Information

Average Price: £25
Buses per day: 30
Changes: Direct
Average Time: 8hrs
Fastest Journey: 7hrs 45mins
Slowest Journey: 12hrs
 


The journey from London to Paris

The bus connection from London to Paris is provided by National Express and FlixBus. Most buses take between 8 and 10 hours to arrive in Paris, although some can take up to 12 hours. The first bus of the day leaves London at 06:00 and arrives in Paris at 17:00.

Buses from London - Paris: When is the best time to book?

Find out how much you can save by booking in advance.





Time

Price

Day of departure

£45

One day before

£35

1 week before

£25

2 weeks before

£15

1 month before

£17

3 months before

£22



When should you book a bus ticket from London to Paris?

We have created a handy chart that summerises the price differences between buying a ticket the day of travel compared to buying a ticket three months in advance from London to Paris. Prices are all aproximate and are based on the average price. Buying in advance will give travellers a better chance of using any special offers or deals from National Express or FlixBus.


  • treni The journey from London to Paris is operated by National Express and FlixBus.

  • treni Most buses depart from London Victoria bus station and arrive at Paris, Gare Routière Galliéni.

  • treni Journey Times: Most journeys take between 8 and 12 hours depending if it is a direct journey or requires changes.

Taking the Bus from London

London Victoria Coach Station is the biggest and most important bus station in London and is also where buses from London to Paris will depart. Victoria Coach station is just a short walk away from Victoria Train Station, the fourth biggest London terminus. It provides domestic travel to cities within the UK and is an also an underground station serving the District, Circle and Victoria line. Night buses are available from the station.

Getting into Paris by Bus

Paris conjures up images of iconic picture-postcard attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Arc de Triomphe and Pantheon Building. Visit the chic Triangle d'Or and the bustling Flea Markets to experience the strikingly different flavours of Paris. When travelling into the city, buses from London to Paris will terminate either at the central bus station, Paris Porte Maillot Coach Park or Paris Gallieni. Port Mailliot is located 7 km from the city centre of Paris and is just a 2-minute walk from the Metro station of the same name which is served by line 1. Gallieni is also located on the city's Metro, making access to the rest of city and its many attractions extremely easy. It is located just under 10 km from the city centre and will take 30 minutes to drive, or 20 minutes using line 3 of the Metro. Bus links to others areas of the city are also available from the both the stations; in addition to taxis, of which there are ranks outside the respective stations.

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Information on travelling by bus

Tickets and prices with National Express.

Alternative travel using the Eurostar.

Return journeys from Paris to London are also available.

 

Paris

Demographics

Local Time 23:44
€ Euros
Population 2,100,000
Region Île-de-France
Languages French

How expensive is Paris?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Paris costs 19% less than in London.

Shopping

Prices in Paris are on average 16.4% lower than in London.

Public Transport

Public transport in Paris costs around 48.7% less than in London.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Paris is about 11.5% less expensive than in London.

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