|Avg. Bus Duration:|
32 hours 1 minute
|Coach Ticket Price:||£96|
|Buses depart from:||Rome|
|Bus arrives in:||London|
Catching buses from Rome to London is simple, but anyone who wants to travel between these two great capital cities will have to change on the way. The best way to make the journey is by catching a bus from Rome to Paris with Eurolines. A service leaves the Autostazione Tiburtina every day. From Paris, you can catch buses operated by Eurolines, iDBus or Megabus, with plenty of departures throughout the day. The journey passes through the Eurotunnel at Calais and takes around 8 hours to get to London.
The major Eurolines bus station in Rome is at Tiburtina, near a major railway station just to the north of the city centre. You can easily get to the bus station via Metro or overground trains from Termini station, and there are local buses as well. You can also take a direct train connection to Tiburtina from Rome's Fiumicino Airport, for those who are flying in to link up with buses from Rome to London.
Buses from Rome to London will arrive at London's Victoria Coach Station, which is centrally located within ten minutes walk of Buckingham Palace. You can reach the city centre via the Victoria Line, and be at West End hotels within 5 minutes. The Victoria Line has direct access to Emirates Stadium, where you can catch an Arsenal game, while buses can take you to the shops of Oxford Street in no time as well. Victoria is also easy to reach via night buses like the 73, which runs through the West End and Islington.