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Birmingham to London

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1 suggested route to go from Birmingham to London by train, car, bus

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Trip Birmingham London

Modes of transportcarpooling, bus, train
Distance101 mi
Direct lineYes

How to get from Birmingham to London?

We are suggesting 1 routes by train, bus, carpooling to plan your trip Birmingham London. Routes displayed are sorted depending on a performance indicator (calculated from number of changes, expected duration, distance between an airport and the center of the city it serves...). You'll be able to:
  • Sort results depending on the mode of transportation (train, bus, carpooling).
  • Get prices, times and duration for the journey Birmingham London by clicking on the 'Check prices' button and after entering your dates of departure and the number of passengers. Note that we are trying to get as many prices as we can from different online travel agencies, but sometimes it may not be possible.
  • Locate cities of Birmingham and London on a map as well as the route Birmingham London and the different connecting points (London Euston Railway Station, Stansted Airport Railway Station, London Marylebone Railway Station, London Victoria Coach Station Coach Station, Gatwick Airport Coach Station, ...) by clicking on the 'Details & Map' button.
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All modes of transport Birmingham-London

If you've already chosen the mode of transport you'd like to travel with, go directly to the dedicated section:

Birmingham to London bus

If you are looking for a bus service from Birmingham to London, you're lucky because there actually is a direct service.

What are the bus companies operating the Birmingham London ?

MegaBus and National Express are the coach companies operating the bus line Birmingham London with direct service.

MegaBus Birmingham LondonNational Express Birmingham London

Going by bus from Birmingham to London may not be so obvious to you. That's why we give you some arguments that might convince you to board a bus to London.

  • Very low prices! On the Birmingham London line, carrier fares are often unbeatable compared to other modes of transport: carpooling or train.
  • It is more environmentally friendly to travel on a modern bus than to carpool. In addition, the road Birmingham London is shared by other vehicles and no additional infrastructure is needed to run a bus.
  • Almost all coaches are equipped with a WiFi connection, which is very welcome to travel the 101 mi of the trip.

Bus stops in Birmingham

It is recommended that you arrive at the Birmingham bus station between 15 and 30 minutes before the departure time, depending on the coach company. To avoid catching the wrong bus, check in front where the destination 'London' should be displayed. Finally, have your ticket checked by the driver of National Express or MegaBus and get on board after having your luggage in the hold.

  • Birmingham

Arrival bus stations in London

In London, make sure you leave nothing in your seat or in the trunk of the coach.

  • London Victoria Coach Station

Carpool from Birmingham to London

Carpooling differs from the other means of transport because of an undefined timetable. This means that when looking for Birmingham-London rides, you'll be more likely to find ones if you search only three days in advance (and not two months). This is more a lastminute solution to go to London.

Carpooling is a recent way to travel by sharing your journey Birmingham-London with other travellers looking for the same route. This helps reduce travel costs for both the driver and the passenger, and also reduces the impact on the environment.

Train Birmingham to London

Intercity Train Birmingham London

Intercity trains serve the most important cities along the Birmingham-London route with an improved travel duration compared to regional trains.

Night Train Birmingham London

Instead of arriving in London at night and pay a hotel room, prefer departing Birmingham in the evenning with the comfort of a sleeper train equipped with berths.

Is it possible to go directly by train from Birmingham to London?

Yes, it is possible to go from Birmingham to London by train without making any changes. Be careful, as this may depend on the date of your trip to London and there may be fewer direct trains from Birmingham on certain days. To check prices and availabilities, launch now a search for a Birmingham-London train ticket on Vivanoda.

Birmingham London train companies

There are 4 carriers that operate rail journeys between Birmingham and London: London Midland, Virgin Trains, CrossCountry and Chiltern Railways.
London Midland Birmingham LondonVirgin Trains Birmingham LondonCrossCountry Birmingham LondonChiltern Railways Birmingham London

Departure train stations in Birmingham

  • Birmingham International
  • Birmingham New Street
  • Birmingham Moor Street

Arrival train stations in London

  • London Euston
  • Stansted Airport
  • London Marylebone
  • Balham

 
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