|Avg. Bus Duration:|
10 hours 55 minutes
|Coach Ticket Price:||£15|
|Buses depart from:||Glasgow|
|Bus arrives in:||London|
|Bus Companies:||National Express|
National Express operates buses from Glasgow to London. National Express offers journeys until just before midnight, that will arrive in London in the early hours of the morning. There are 10-12 buses per day offering direct and indirect routes from Glasgow to London. All buses depart from Glasgow's Buchanan bus station and arrive at either London's Victoria Coach Station or Sutton Rail Station after an average of 12½ hours.
All Glasgow to London buses are operated by National Express.
The average journey time for most buses travelling from Glasgow to London varies from 8½ hours to 16 hours depending on the number of transfers, the time of day, and time of week passengers are travelling.
Buses from Glasgow to London begin running in the early morning and continue regularly throughout the day into the late evening. The first Glasgow to London bus departs at 8:00 a.m. while the last leaves Glasgow at 10:45 p.m.
All buses from Glasgow to London depart from Glasgow Buchanan bus station. Buses arrive at either London's 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.
The major station in Glasgow servicing buses from Glasgow to London is Buchanan bus station. The station is located in the city centre close to Glasgow Queen Street train station, which, in addition to providing suburban journeys and routes to other major cities in the UK, is also connected to the cities Subway system which is 15 stations strong. There are also several bus connections that be caught from the station to various locations in the city. Night transport to or from the station can be done with night buses or taxis.
London is the capital city of the UK, the biggest city in the EU and one of the most visited cities in the world. There is no shortage of things to do and while in the capital, with the main attractions including a visit to Big Ben, Tower Bridge, London Eye and Trafalgar Square. If you would rather escape the crowded streets then you can head to one of the Royal Parks for some much-needed rest and recuperation. Accessing these sights is easy from London Victoria coach station, where buses from Glasgow to London terminate. The station is located in the west of the city, and is within walking distance of Victoria train station, a major London terminal that operates journeys all over the country and is an underground terminus served by the Circle, District and Victoria line. London Victoria coach station is not to be confused with London Victoria Bus station which is located directly outside the train station offers bus travel within London. Arriving at the station at night means a taxi or night-bus will be required; both can be caught outside the station.