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It is possible to travel directly between the two cities by plane, train or bus. The fastest journey times are by train while the slowest method of travel is by bus.
Megabus, Flixbus, National Express and Ouibus all run direct daily bus services to London from Brussels. There are 9 departures from just after midnight until around 11:30 p.m. Buses take from 6.5 to 7.5 hours and depart from Rue de France or Brussels Gare du Nord and Midi train stations, arriving into London Victoria Coach Station. All departure points have good links to the city's network of Metro and buses, which includes Noctis night routes. London Victoria is on the District, Victoria and Circle Underground lines and is also served by city buses, including night routes. All departure and arrival points have taxi ranks.
There are five Eurostar departures a day from Brussels Mide to London St Pancras stations with a direct journey time of around 2.5 hours. The first departure is just before 7:30 a.m. with the last train leaving just before 11:00 a.m. Brussels Midi Station is to the South of the city centre and well linked to the city's public transport system. St Pancras is on the Northern Line of the Underground and also linked to the rest of London and the suburbs by local trains, buses and taxis.
There are frequent non-stop flights between the two cities code-shared by Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa, British Airways and KLM with overall journey times of around 4.5 hours. Departures start at around 5:30 a.m. and continue until about 7:30 p.m. Planes leave from Brussels International Airport and arrive at London Heathrow Airport, both of which enjoy fast express train links into the city. Taxi ranks and car rental desks are located at all terminals.