Getting the bus to Woking from towns and cities in the UK is possible by using the extensive network of connecting routes operated by National Express. For example, if you want to travel from Glasgow to Woking there are various route options that involve changing at either Ascot or Guildford, allowing flexibility and more time options. The journey will take between 12 and 13 hours. The route from London Victoria Coach Station also has one change, with buses leaving regularly throughout the day, and a journey duration of around 2 hours. National Express offer a direct service from Heathrow Airport; the bus to Woking departs from Heathrow Central Bus Station and then Terminal 5 every half hour and the journey takes about 1 hour. There are direct bus services to Luton Airport that run on a regular basis, taking about 2.5 hours. Woking has a good public transport system serving the town and outlying areas that includes local bus network, train and taxis for onward travel.
Located in the heart of leafy Surrey, Woking benefits from being on the edge of the Greater London Urban Area and also for being on the doorstep of beautiful rural scenery laced with attractive rivers and canals. Woking has become a multicultural town that is evident in its interesting variety of places of worship: from lovely old traditional Churches like St Mary's to the newer Islamic Shah Jahan Mosque located near the town centre. The Jubilee Square development has given the town a great new public space where visitors can stroll around the pedestrianised area enjoying the relaxed atmosphere of outdoor cafes and restaurants and the wide range of shops and malls. The award-winning Lightbox Arts and Heritage Centre is worthy of a visit and keep your eye out for the exciting public art such as the Martian Tripod and Hawker Hunter. Woking also has one of the region's biggest entertainment venues where some of the top West End shows can be seen.