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Cheap train tickets from London to Edinburgh

Showing times and prices for 25 Jul

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The best way to find a cheap train ticket from London to Edinburgh is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid travelling at rush hour.

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London North Eastern Railway
09:004h21
London Kings Cross (KGX)
13:21Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
£1501One-way
0 changes
London North Eastern Railway
08:304h40
London Kings Cross (KGX)
13:10Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
£1621One-way
0 changes
London North Eastern Railway
08:004h24
London Kings Cross (KGX)
12:24Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
£1621One-way
0 changes
Cross Country
08:035h02
London Kings Cross (KGX)
13:05Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
£1711One-way
2 changes
Avanti West Coast
08:405h42
London Euston (EUS)
14:22Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
£2251One-way
0 changes

Train timetableLondon to Edinburgh

Showing trains for tomorrow, Thursday, 25 July
London North Eastern Railway
08:004h24
London Kings Cross (KGX)
12:24Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
0 changes
Cross Country
08:035h02
London Kings Cross (KGX)
13:05Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
2 changes
Cross Country
08:264h39
London Kings Cross (KGX)
13:05Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
1 change
London North Eastern Railway
08:304h40
London Kings Cross (KGX)
13:10Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
0 changes
Avanti West Coast
08:405h42
London Euston (EUS)
14:22Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
0 changes
London North Eastern Railway
09:004h21
London Kings Cross (KGX)
13:21Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
0 changes

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Train times from London to Edinburgh

Showing times and prices for 25 Jul

Fastest Journey

4 h 21 m

Average

4 h 48 m

Trains per day

6

Distance

534 km

Of the 6 trains that leave London for Edinburgh every day 4 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.

Fastest
London North Eastern Railway
09:004h21
London Kings Cross (KGX)
13:21Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
£1501One-way
0 changes
London North Eastern Railway
08:004h24
London Kings Cross (KGX)
12:24Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
£1621One-way
0 changes
Cross Country
08:264h39
London Kings Cross (KGX)
13:05Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
£2391One-way
1 change
London North Eastern Railway
08:304h40
London Kings Cross (KGX)
13:10Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
£1621One-way
0 changes
Cross Country
08:035h02
London Kings Cross (KGX)
13:05Edinburgh Waverley (EDB)
£1711One-way
2 changes

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My overall experience on the journey from London to Edinburgh was positive. The staff were friendly, the hygiene in both the seats and the toilets was top notch, and the train was on time and comfortable with very good seats. The price was also reasonable. However, there were many necessary changes, which made the journey a little awkward, and I didn't find the reservation options ideal. The wifi connection left a lot to be desired. Despite these minor inconveniences, the journey was fine.
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My journey from London to Edinburgh was generally satisfactory. I thought the price was great for the excellent experience! The staff were extremely helpful as they made sure passengers were comfortable. The punctuality of the services was impressive and the cleanliness of the toilets highly commendable. However, the numerous transfers were a challenge and made travelling difficult. The wifi connection was extremely weak, which affected the use of my mobile phone, and the volume was not optimal. Despite some inconveniences, I find the overall experience acceptable.
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The only downside was that the train was unfortunately about 30 minutes late. Apart from that, I only noticed advantages. The sanitary facilities and benches were very hygienic and clean. The staff were extremely helpful at all times. I definitely recommend buying your ticket online to avoid complications later on. I give the train connection 4 stars overall.
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My journey from London to Edinburgh was great. The price was quite fair and good value for the long distance. Good attention was paid to hygiene as the toilets and seats were well maintained, hygienic and clean. The wifi was particularly efficient, fast and stable. I was able to work and be productive throughout the journey. The seats were very comfortable. Due to the comfortable seats, I was able to relax and enjoy a pleasant journey. However, the staff were ignorant and a little rude. Also, the train did not arrive in Edinburgh on time and the volume was not optional. But overall it was a great journey!
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A few months ago, I travelled from London to Edinburgh. The journey was reasonably satisfactory. Firstly, the great price should be emphasised. I thought it was good value for money and good value for the long journey. The staff on board were also very friendly and helpful. In addition, the train arrived in Edinburgh on time and there were few changes. This of course made the journey a lot easier. However, the seats were not particularly cosy and the noise level was not adequate. Unfortunately, the wifi was not efficient or stable. But overall a good journey!
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I really enjoyed the train journey! The train was very modern and equipped with everything you need. The staff were also very friendly and helpful. I had plenty of space and legroom at my seat. The seat was also very comfortable. The only thing that was a bit of a shame was that it was a bit hot on the train as the air conditioning was off. All in all, I can definitely recommend it!
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My journey from London to Edinburgh was amazing as the staff were very friendly and polite. They always answered my questions with a smile. The train also arrived in Edinburgh on time. Maximum attention was paid to hygiene, as the toilets and seats were well maintained. But unfortunately the price was a bit expensive and the wifi connection was not efficient as the connection was constantly wifi interrupted. The seats were not very comfortable, which made travelling difficult. But all in all a great trip!
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I particularly liked the fact that the train was very punctual. Another positive aspect was that the toilets were very clean and hygienic. Other advantages were the comfort, the wifi and the consistently good reception. A criterion that is often forgotten is the price, which was also right here. To summarise in one sentence, the journey went smoothly and I recommend it.
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I associate the trip with some positive experiences. The very positive aspects definitely include the punctuality and the helpful staff at all times. The toilets were also very clean and hygienic. The seating was also perfectly comfortable. The only downside in my opinion is that the wifi was unfortunately not very constant. I recommend the journey.
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I recently travelled from London to Edinburgh. The price of the ticket was excellent. The train arrived on time in Edinburgh, which made the journey much easier. The wifi connection was also excellent. This made it easier to communicate from the train. The staff were very friendly. However, no attention was paid to hygiene. The toilets were unfortunately unkempt. There were also several changes of trains, which made the journey more time-consuming. The noise level on the train was not appropriate. Overall, however, a very relaxing journey!
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My journey from London to Edinburgh was incredibly good, apart from a few inconveniences. The price of the ticket was, in my opinion, worthwhile and quite good value for the journey. The staff were friendly, polite and respectful. They always resolved my concerns and questions. The wifi connection was stable and efficient. Therefore, I had access to the internet at all times and was able to be productive while doing work on the laptop, for example. However, only minimal attention was paid to hygiene. The toilets and seats were not clean and tidy. Unfortunately, the seats were also not cosy and comfortable. The train didn't arrive in Edinburgh on time either. But overall a good journey!
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The journey took five and a half hours and went by quickly. I was able to work and charge my laptop. The seats were comfortable throughout the journey, but towards the end it was nice not to have to sit in the seat. It was relatively quiet on the train and it was very well cleaned. The toilet was a bit smelly, but it was all within reason. I didn't change trains and we arrived in Edinburgh without any delays. The conductor was also very friendly.
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I decided to do a journey from London to Edinburgh some time ago. It was very easy to book the tickets online. The train was very hygienic and the toilets were very clean. As I travelled without changing trains, the journey took about 5.5 hours and the train was quiet but there were a lot of people on the train. There was also free wifi and free power sockets. The staff were very nice and chatty. As always, the price-performance ratio is very good.
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Despite the very expensive train ticket from London to Edinburgh, I really enjoyed the journey because I was able to book my ticket very easily online. I also really liked the fact that I was able to find a ticket that didn't require me to change trains. By not having to change trains, I was able to reach my destination very quickly. I also liked the very good wifi and the very clean toilets.

Overview: Train from London to Edinburgh

distanceDistance330 miles
durationAverage train duration4 h 11 min
priceAverage train ticket price£105 (€119)
frequencyTrain frequency25 a day
changesDirect trainYes, there are 25 direct trains a day
carriersTrain providersEast Coast, Lumo, Virgin Trains, Caledonian Sleeper, CrossCountry, Arriva Bus or Grand Central Trains

Trains from London to Edinburgh cover the 330 miles long route taking on average 4 h 11 min with our travel partners like East Coast, Lumo, Virgin Trains, Caledonian Sleeper, CrossCountry, Arriva Bus or Grand Central Trains. Normally, there are 25 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around £105, you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as £41. Travellers depart most frequently from London Waterloo and arrive in Edinburgh Waverley.

Train providers: East Coast, Lumo and Virgin Trains trains London to Edinburgh

Buy your official East Coast, Lumo and Virgin Trains train tickets between London and Edinburgh from £41 with Omio. Find train times and tickets for over 1000 travel companies to compare and book the most convenient trip.

LNER is a train company based in the United Kingdom. It operates a wide range of services, from high-speed intercity trains to local services. Its most popular routes include London to Edinburgh, London to Leeds, and London to York. LNER offers a variety of train types, including the Azuma, InterCity 225, and HST. The Azuma is a modern, high-speed train that offers comfortable seating and onboard Wi-Fi. The InterCity 225 is a classic train that offers a more traditional experience. The HST is a high-speed train that offers a smooth ride and plenty of legroom. LNER offers a variety of ticket types, including Advance, Anytime, and Off-Peak. Advance tickets are the cheapest option and must be booked in advance. Anytime tickets are more expensive but can be used at any time. Off-Peak tickets are the most affordable option for travelling during off-peak times. Onboard facilities include comfortable seating, Wi-Fi, power sockets, and a range of food and drink options. LNER also offers a range of discounts and special offers, making it an affordable and convenient way to travel.

Train information from London to Edinburgh with East Coast:

  • Average Duration: 4 h 19 min
  • Cheapest Price: £58
  • East Coast frequency: 25 a day

Train from London to Edinburgh

London City is linked to Edinburgh by LNER train. The train travels to Edinburgh from London every 30min at a speed of up to 125mph. It takes around 5h 20min to cover approximately 393 miles (632 km), with zero check-in. At least 42 trains operate from London to Edinburgh each day. There is an option to travel directly to Edinburgh from London without having to transfer from one train to another.

Travellers heading north between the English and Scottish capitals can take trains on the East Coast Main Line as a comfortable and scenic alternative to a flight. There are frequent direct departures from London King's Cross seven days a week, with journey times averaging around four hours and 30 minutes. Departure times range from early morning to early evening. A sleeper service to Edinburgh also operates, from London Euston Station.

London to Edinburgh Train Time: Daily Departures

There are at least 41 train trips to Edinburgh from London each day. A train ticket to Edinburgh from London can cost a few dollars if you book ahead of the departure date. The fastest train to Edinburgh Waverley from London Euston departs at around 08:00 a.m. and arrives at around 12:20 p.m. The latest train departs at around 11:50 p.m. and arrives at around 07:23 a.m. the next day.

How long is the journey by train from London to Edinburgh?

The fastest trains on the 390-mile route north on the East Coast Main Line are some LNER departures taking four hours and 18 minutes to reach the Scottish capital. Most LNER services take from five to 25 minutes longer. Virgin Trains services from London Euston take five hours and 39 minutes to reach Edinburgh. Overnight Caledonian Sleeper trains take seven hours and 33 minutes.

The average travel time from London to Edinburgh may vary depending on the waiting duration and number of stops. However, on average, it takes around 5h 20min to travel from London to Edinburgh by train. A direct high-speed train can take around 4h 30min to cover the 393 miles (632 km) distance from Avanti West Coast to the Central station in Edinburgh.

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What are the departure and arrival stations from London to Edinburgh?

Departure train station: Location on Euston Road, London Kings Cross Station is the main station operating train trips from London to Edinburgh. Trains leave London every hour or every half-hour depending on the traffic condition and arrive right in the centre of Edinburgh Waverley. Facilities available at Kings Cross Station include shops and hotels perfect for last-minute treats and gifts. Pandora, Oliver Bonas, Isle of Flowers, and Rituals are all available at the station.

Passengers will depart from either London King's Cross or London Euston. King's Cross Station is located on the north side of central London, with Underground connections on six lines and bus links from stops on Euston Road. Euston is about ten minutes' walk west, served by city buses and three Underground lines. Both stations have numerous restaurants, food supermarkets, shops and taxi ranks.

Arrival train station: Your destination in Edinburgh will be Edinburgh Waverley Station. It is the main train station located on Princes Street in the heart of Edinburgh City, served by local bus and tram routes from nearby stops on Princes Street. The station facilities include a pub, newsagent, luggage storage and taxi ranks. The train stations sits on a parcel of land that once separated New and Old Town. The land was drained as part of redeveloping Edinburgh city. Visitors can find convenient rest rooms and lodgings within a walking distance from Edinburgh Waverley Station. Other amenities in the station include dining areas and shopping malls.

Which train companies travel from London to Edinburgh?

LNER Azuma is by far the fastest and best train that links London to Edinburgh. These modern trains offer transfer services from London to Edinburgh in comfort. LNER Azuma trains come with more seats in the standard class for great value fares. LNER Azuma also offers a great range of train tickets to Edinburgh from various destinations across London. LNER Azuma also operates trains from north of London to various parts of Scotland, including Edinburgh. The train has comfortable seats with ample leg room. Each seat is fitted with a power socket for on-board charging. You will also enjoy free Wi-Fi and quiet atmosphere if you choose to travel via LNER Azuma.

London North Eastern Railway (LNER) provides direct trains from London King's Cross to Edinburgh. Virgin Trains operates direct services to Edinburgh from London Euston, and the Caledonian Sleeper also departs from London Euston. Indirect services use some Cross Country Trains connections from York or Newcastle.

LNER offers direct trains from London to Edinburgh roughly every half hour throughout the day from early morning to early evening, with the Sunday schedules providing a slightly reduced service. Virgin Trains offer trains to Edinburgh from London Euston every two hours. The Caledonian Sleeper service operates from London Euston from Sunday to Friday with departures just before midnight and an additional earlier train on Sundays.

LNER Azuma from London to Edinburgh

LNER Azuma run high speed trains from various parts of London to central Edinburgh. The trains are so comfortable, and are equipped with free Wi-Fi and power sockets on each seat. First class ticket travelers are provided with free meals. LNER Azuma leave London to Edinburgh every hour or every 30min depending on how busy a day is. The fastest Virgin train takes around 4h to cover the distance from London to Edinburgh.

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Trains London to Edinburgh: Services on Board

One major difference between first and second class train tickets from London to Edinburgh is availability of meals. First class train tickets to Edinburgh from London offer both cold and hot meals, but this depends on the length of the journey and time of the day. Staff operating trains in this route will bring the price of your ticket and meals directly to your seat. Each passenger can only bring one baggage that can fit under their seat. However, a small handbag is also allowed into trains operating from London to Edinburgh.

Trains from London to Edinburgh offer assistance to disabled passengers. However, it might be necessary to contact the train company at least 6h ahead of the departure time to allow for the reservation of seats. Are you looking for a Scottish restaurant where you can indulge in local drinks and cuisine? Head to Halfway House for affordable and fantastic entertainment options.

How to find cheap train tickets from London to Edinburgh?

There are great deals on London to Edinburgh train fares. Train operators usually release cheap train deals ahead of the journey. The timetable for a specific trip from London to Edinburgh is normally confirmed at least 12 weeks earlier, so this is the best time to get train fare deals. Avoid booking a train at peak times as fares tend to be higher at this period. Instead, consider traveling via a train in the midday or late in the evening as train operators tend to reduce their train tickets. You can read more about how to get cheap train tickets here.

Traveling on Fridays and Sundays could also attract higher prices. Most people schedule their trips from London to Edinburgh between Friday and Sunday, pushing up the train tickets. Another way to save on London to Edinburgh train fare is checking for alternative routes. Train routes with high competition tend to charge lower rates than routes with minimal competition. You can check all routes operating from London to Edinburgh on the Omio website. Being flexible can also save you on a train from London to Edinburgh. Search for cheaper trains on different travel times and dates and check whether you can find a cheaper ticket.

To Edinburgh by train- travel tips

Edinburgh’s rich history dates back to before the Roman times. Edinburgh city was once a battlefield, and it is symbolized by armies, weapons, forts, and battles. Head to Edinburgh and have a chance to explore the Edinburgh castle. The Castle Rock sits on an old Volcano that has been an attraction for thousands of years. Edinburgh is a historic city. However, there is another side of Edinburgh city that comes to life at night. The city’s nightlife brims with traditional Scottish clubs, cool underground bars, and sophisticated whisky bars. Edinburgh city boasts incredible architecture. It is home to some of the world’s most beautiful structures.

For example, tour the narrow Old Town alleys and the Royal Mile and get to see the architectural design that makes up Edinburgh city. Head to St Giles Cathedral, admire the Gothic architecture, and visit the oldest part of Edinburgh Castle. Remember to order Sticky Toffe Pudding if you’re a dessert fan. Some of the favorite local foods to enjoy during your Edinburgh trip include mash, bangers, broths, mash potatoes, and heartwarming pies.

It is unfortunate that the Edinburgh food scene has remained underrated. However, visit Edinburgh and have a chance to enjoy plenty of worldwide cuisines and dine in countless Scottish restaurants and pubs. A trip to Edinburgh would be incomplete without touring the famous farmer’s markets, where you can grab your favorite groceries. You will also find some of the best and tasty wines in this city.

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FAQs: London to Edinburgh train

FAQs: Travel by train from London to Edinburgh easily. Whether you want fast, cheap or something entirely different, our travel experts have collected everything you need to know so you can find the best option from London to Edinburgh.
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Cheap train tickets from London to Edinburgh can start from as little as £41 when you book in advance. The average train ticket price for London to Edinburgh is £105; however, prices vary depending on the time of day and class and they tend to be more expensive on the day.
On average the London to Edinburgh train time is 4 h 11 min   covering the 330 mile long route, but the journey time can vary depending on specific dates or if traveling on weekends and holidays.
The first train from London to Edinburgh leaves at 04: 48. Plan your trip with the Journey Planner   from Omio.
The last train from London to Edinburgh leaves at 23: 45.
Yes, it is possible to travel from London to Edinburgh without having to change trains with East Coast, Virgin Trains or Caledonian Sleeper. There are 25 direct trains from London to Edinburgh each day. There may be fewer direct services available on weekends or holidays.
For the best London to Edinburgh train to buy, you can travel safely and comfortably with East Coast, Lumo, Virgin Trains, Caledonian Sleeper, CrossCountry, Arriva Bus or Grand Central Trains. However, it's always good to check all possible train companies with services from London to Edinburgh to compare what amenities they may offer.
Yes, you can take a night train from London to Edinburgh with Caledonian Sleeper. Find all the info regarding night trains in Europe.  

When departing from London, you have various train station options to start your journey from including London Waterloo, London Euston and London Paddington. When arriving in Edinburgh, you can end your journey in train stations like Edinburgh Waverley, Edinburgh Park and Edinburgh Gateway.

Passengers board the train most frequently from London Waterloo, which is located around 1.2 miles (2 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the train at Edinburgh Waverley, located 0.4 miles (727 m) away from the city centre.

A trip to Edinburgh from London is worth doing but not as a day trip with a journey time of 4 h 11 min each way. Check with Omio app   the best way to travel.
The cheapest month for a train from London to Edinburgh is February.
You have options as you can travel from London to Edinburgh 3 different ways: train, coach or flight.

Important Stations and Airports in London and Edinburgh

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The major railway station for departures from London is London Euston. Read all the information you need to know about services, amenities and connections at London Euston for your trip between London and Edinburgh.
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Mon - Fri: 06: 00 - 00: 00 | Sat: 06: 00 - 23: 00 | Sun: 07: 00 - 00: 00
Public transport options for London Euston
Tube lines: Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern (Bank and Charing Cross branches), Victoria
Overground lines: Watford DC
Bus lines: 18, 30, 59, 68, 73, 91, 168, 205, 253, 390, N5, N20, N73, N91, N205, N253
Rail lines: London North Western Railway, London Overground, Avanti West Coast, Caledonian Sleeper
Location for Rail Replacement Services: Go to Platform 2, there is a gate adjacent to the station from the main road.
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Underground lines: Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Metropolitan, Victoria
Bus lines: 10, 17, 30, 45, 46, 59, 63, 73, 91, 205, 214, 259, 390, 476
Train lines: Thameslink, Grand Central, Hull, London North Eastern, Gatwick Express
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The major train station for arrivals in Edinburgh is Edinburgh Waverley. Find all the information you need to know about services, amenities and connections at Edinburgh Waverley for your trip to Edinburgh from London.
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Public transport options for Edinburgh Waverley
Bus lines: 22, 30, 33, X22, X25, X37
Train lines: Avanti West Coast, Caledonian Sleeper, CrossCountry, LNER, ScotRail, Transpennine Express
Location for Rail Replacement Services: Buses pick up/drop off on Waterloo Place, pick up across from Apex Hotel and drop off outside the Apex Hotel.
Metro: No metro available.
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