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Getting to Windsor

The big day kicks off at midday on 19th May, the best way to get to Windsor from London is to take either the South Western Railway service from Vauxhall, or the Great Western Railway service from Paddington, both services taking around an hour. Great Western Railway also runs the service to Windsor from the Bristol area along with CrossCountry. From further north, visitors can either take a National Express bus, or take the train with Virgin Trains. If you’re looking for train or bus tickets, use the search bar above to compare different transport modes and prices.

What are the main stations in Windsor?

There are two main train stations serving the route for trains to Windsor; Windsor & Eton Riverside Station and Windsor & Eton Central Train Station. Windsor & Eton Riverside Station is situated less than a ten-minute walk from the centre of Windsor and its shops, attractions and castle. Windsor & Eton Central Station, on the other hand, is situated within a five-minute walk from the centre of Windsor. Nonetheless, for those who prefer not to walk, taxis are available outside the station.

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Trains from London to Windsor
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Trains from London to Windsor
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Trains from Manchester to Windsor
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Buses from Manchester to Windsor
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Trains from Cambridge to Windsor
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Buses from Cambrdige to Windsor

 

Stations

Important Stations and Airports for this Journey

Windsor
Windsor & Eton Riverside
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Windsor & Eton Central
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Sunnymeads
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Slough
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Datchet
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Slough
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Windsor
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Heathrow Windsor Marriott
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Holiday Inn Express Terminal T5
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Legoland
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