Buses between London and Peterborough run every two or three hours throughout the day, with the earliest bus leaving at 08.30 a.m. and the latest bus leaving at 23:00 p.m. The quickest journey takes around two hours and twenty minutes, with no need to stop or change buses. There are also slightly longer journeys (of three and a quarter or four and a quarter hours) available, which involve a single change at Cambridge. The main provider of buses from London to Peterborough Bus Station is National Express. These buses leave from London Victoria Coach Station in the centre of London.
There is so much to do and see in London, from exciting galleries like the Tate Modern or the majestic National Gallery, to unique theatres like the recently reconstructed Shakespeare's Globe which gives you a taste of what it was like to visit an Elizabethan playhouse. You can also enjoy breathtaking views over the capital by taking a trip on the London Eye on the South Bank.
Officially designated a Cathedral City, Peterborough naturally has a splendid cathedral that is a wonderfully tranquil and inspiring place to visit thanks to both its architecture and its atmosphere. Set amid shimmering waters, the Ferry Meadows Country Park is another popular attraction in Peterborough. This park offers walking routes, cycle paths, and plenty of opportunities for bird watching, picnicking, and just spending some time away from the hustle and bustle of the city.