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|Avg. Bus Duration:||165|
|Bus arrives in:||London|
|Buses depart from:||Bristol|
|Coach Ticket Price:||£ 8|
|Bus Companies:||National Express|
Buses from Bristol to London take between two and a half hours and four and a half hours to arrive at either London's Victoria Coach Station or Sutton Rail Station. Buses from Bristol to London run frequently throughout the day with some running twice an hour. Regular National Express buses start departing Bristol for London from early in the morning, whilst the last bus leaves Bristol for London in the evening with the service then stopping until it resumes in the morning.
Return buses from London to Bristol are also available.
Bristol to London buses are operated by National Express.
The average journey time for most buses travelling from Bristol to London varies from 2½ hours to 4½ hours depending on the number of transfers, the time of day, and time of week passengers are travelling.
Buses from Bristol to London begin running in the early morning and continue regularly throughout the day into the late evening. The first Bristol to London bus departs at 3:50 a.m. while the last leaves Bristol at 9:00 p.m. On weekends the last Bristol to London bus departs at 8:15 p.m.
All buses from Bristol to London depart from Bristol Marlborough Street bus station. Buses arrive at either London Victoria Coach Station or Sutton Rail Station. Both Victoria Coach station and Sutton Rail Station are connected to local transport via buses, taxis, connecting trains, and the London underground.
Bristol Bus Station, which is located centrally in the city on Marlborough Street and is the primary departure point for bus journeys covering longer distances than just local routes, such as buses going from Bristol to London. The bus station is about 2 km to the North of Bristol Temple Meads Train Station, near the Broadmead shopping area. Bristol runs night bus services on most nights of the week, so the bus station is reachable at any time.
London has an extensive history, but it's certainly not stuck in the past and there is now more than ever to see in Britain's capital. Indeed, upwards of 15 million people are attracted to the city each year. Of course, there are the main sights like the Houses of Parliament and Tower Bridge, but there is also plenty to discover for those people willing to dig a little below the surface.
Buses from Bristol to London will usually terminate at London Victoria Coach Station, the biggest coach station of its kind in Britain. From the central location in London, it's possible to continue your journey onwards using the TFL network - by tube on the Victoria, District, and Circle lines, as well as on National Rail Services from London Victoria. Major tourist destinations such as Oxford Circus and Leicester Square are just a few tube stations away, whilst multicultural Brixton is only 4 stops to the south on the Victoria Line. London Victoria train station is located about 600 metres away from the coach station, just a little further along Buckingham Palace Road. From there, it's possible to take direct trains to Gatwick Airport - chief among them are the Gatwick Express services, which run 4 times each hour and cover the distance in just 30 minutes. Night Buses run all night at regular intervals, whilst black cabs will also be available outside.