Coach to Margate

Wed, 24 Apr
+ Add return
QR-Code
Scan to get our free app
Use our app to get live travel updates and book mobile tickets for trains, buses, flights, and ferries.
App Store
rate4.9
42K ratings
Google Play
rate4.6
136K reviews

More than 1,000 travel companies trust us to sell their tickets all in one place.

National Express
Eurolines France
RegioJet
Trenitalia
Popular departures

Coach tickets to Margate

Select departure
pin

Showing the fastest and cheapest results for 24 Apr

Results include alternative arrival locations to Margate
National Express
16:303h20
London
19:50Margate
16 1One-way
0 changes
National Express
12:303h25
London
15:55Margate
16 1One-way
0 changes
National Express
21:003h05
London
00:05Margate
17 1One-way
0 changes

How to Get to Margate by Bus

The historic seaside resort of Margate in Kent is known for its sandy beaches and old fashioned style resort charm. The Cliftonville bus station in Margate is the main hub for coach and bus services running between the town and the English capital of London. The only large scale coach service available is operated by National Express to Margate Cliftonville from London Victoria Station, which means the best option for many travellers is to include both a rail and bus journey in their trip. Outside the National Express schedule, Stagecoach do operate a number of bus services running throughout the Margate area, including a popular service from Ramsgate to Margate. A large train station is found in Ramsgate, which often links visitors from outside the region with the coastal resorts of Kent.

Margate

Like many British seaside resorts, Margate struggled to find an identity from the mid to late 20th century, but has recently emerged as a modern tourist centre following a large amount of investment and regeneration. Amongst the updated and rebuilt attractions in the town are the Dreamland theme park, which features the oldest wooden roller coaster in the UK and is a must for roller coaster fans from around the world. A scenic railway, featuring classic steam engines also operates from the town and reflects the slowed down charm of the town and its surrounding area. Of course, for many visitors the major draw is the large sandy beach that sits on the coastline, featuring many of the arcades and shops that make up the classic British seaside holiday, Margate has something to offer every visitor. Along the coast is the modern building created to house the Turner Contemporary exhibition space, which is dedicated to modern artists and the classic work of JMW Turner, who shared a strong artistic link with the town in the 19th century.

How to Get to Margate by Bus

The historic seaside resort of Margate in Kent is known for its sandy beaches and old fashioned style resort charm. The Cliftonville bus station in Margate is the main hub for coach and bus services running between the town and the English capital of London. The only large scale coach service available is operated by National Express to Margate Cliftonville from London Victoria Station, which means the best option for many travellers is to include both a rail and bus journey in their trip. Outside the National Express schedule, Stagecoach do operate a number of bus services running throughout the Margate area, including a popular service from Ramsgate to Margate. A large train station is found in Ramsgate, which often links visitors from outside the region with the coastal resorts of Kent.

Margate

Like many British seaside resorts, Margate struggled to find an identity from the mid to late 20th century, but has recently emerged as a modern tourist centre following a large amount of investment and regeneration. Amongst the updated and rebuilt attractions in the town are the Dreamland theme park, which features the oldest wooden roller coaster in the UK and is a must for roller coaster fans from around the world. A scenic railway, featuring classic steam engines also operates from the town and reflects the slowed down charm of the town and its surrounding area. Of course, for many visitors the major draw is the large sandy beach that sits on the coastline, featuring many of the arcades and shops that make up the classic British seaside holiday, Margate has something to offer every visitor. Along the coast is the modern building created to house the Turner Contemporary exhibition space, which is dedicated to modern artists and the classic work of JMW Turner, who shared a strong artistic link with the town in the 19th century.

Coach companies: National Express and Megabus to Margate

Find the best route to Margate with Omio's coach partners National Express and Megabus! You'll find the best deals, timetables and tickets when comparing and booking the most popular journey for you.

National Express is the UK’s leading long-distance coach provider operating over 550 coaches per day and serving over 900 destinations across the UK. National Express also operates coach services to all major UK airports, such as Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and Bristol, 24 hours a day. All National Express coaches have air conditioning and provide free WiFi access along with onboard entertainment. Most coaches come with seat belts and power outlets at every seat, so you can charge your phone or laptop during a long journey. For your coach to Margate, you can select from three ticket fares: Restricted Fare, Standard Fare, and Fully Flexible Fare.

Buses to Margate: related information

Here are some other resources that might have the information you need

Top coach destinations

HomeCoachesCoach to Margate

The Omio App Makes Travel Planning Easy

We’ll get you where you want to go. From live train updates to mobile tickets, our innovative app is the ideal way to plan and keep track of your travel.

ios-badge
android-badge
Hand With Phone
More routes, destinations and providers