Liverpool To London by Bus - 5hrs 25mins from 7.50 GBP

Liverpool Coach Station to London Victoria by Bus

Liverpool to London by bus

Liverpool is about 220 miles (360Km) from central London. The bus service from Liverpool to London is good and runs every 2 hours starting around 6AM and ending at mid-night. You can get a return fare from as little as 13 GBP, to get a cheap ticket you need to book in advance. Buses depart from Liverpool Coach Station (Norton Street) and arrive at London Victoria Coach Station. The journeys can take between 5hrs 25mins and 6hrs, so look for the fastest journey times. This service is run by National Express, to check prices and availability click on the button below to be taken to the secure official website:

(Please note: If you buy a bus ticket using the form above for a specific time and you are delayed, the ticket will still be valid for any bus between London and Liverpool for 24 hours from the original departure time.)

Megabus and MegaTrain now operate between London and Liverpool and have some fares as low as 1.50 GBP (including booking fee) one way if you book far enough in advance. The train tickets can be as low as 13 GBP. For the latest prices and booking information please click the button below:

Liverpool to London by train - 2hrs 8mins from 12 GBP

Liverpool Lime Street to London Euston by Train

Liverpool to London by train

The quickest way to travel from Liverpool to London is by train. The train service between Liverpool and London is excellent with at least 2 trains running every hour, the first train is at 3AM and the last is 9PM. The journey takes as little as 2 hrs 8mins and the cost of the ticket can be as little as 12 GBP. The trains depart from Liverpool Lime street train station and arrive at London Euston train station.

As with most UK train tickets the price of a train ticket between Liverpool and London varies greatly depending on what time you travel and how far in advance you book the ticket. To get the cheapest tickets, book well in advance and travel at off peak times. You may also be able to get cheaper train tickets between Liverpool and London by buying two single tickets rather than a return. Book your tickets online to get the cheapest fares, tickets can be either posted to you or picked up from an automated machine at the train station or posted to your home. To check live prices and availabilty please click the link below:

If you are looking for the cheapest train ticket from London to Liverpool it is worth taking a look at the discount rail company Megatrain which now operates between London Euston and Liverpool. The best value fares are as low as 13 GBP and are available to those that are flexible in their travel dates and times and are able to book in advance. To check the latest prices and fares click the link below

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If you decide you would like to spend a little longer in Liverpool why not check out some of the Liverpool Hotel Deals and see if anything takes your fancy?

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Liverpool Bus station Address
Norton Street, Liverpool, L3 8LR

Victoria Bus station Address
164 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 9TP

Liverpool Train station Address
Lime Street station, Liverpool L1 1JD

Euston Train station Address
Euston station, London NW1 2RT

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