How to Travel From London to Cambridge by Train, Bus, Road or Air:
There are regular train services from London to Cambridge departing from London King’s Cross or London Liverpool Street. For timetable, fares and to plan your train journey from London to Cambridge, see the National Rail website.
Buses run from the main Cambridge train station to the city bus station on Drummer Street every ten minutes and there is a taxi rank outside the station.
National Express operates a vast network of coach services from major towns and cities throughout the UK. From London Victoria Station, there are regular bus services to Cambridge. The central drop-off point for bus services is at the city bus station on Drummer Street. For timetable, fares and to plan your bus trip from London to Cambridge see the National Express website.
From London, Cambridge is a short trip up the M11 motorway. Parking within the city is very limited, so use Park & Ride sites instead of bringing your car into the city centre. If you’re visiting Cambridge University, note that very limited parking is available for visitors on University and College sites.
London Stansted is the closest international airport to Cambridge. Stansted Airport is 30 miles south of Cambridge. From Stansted Airport, a regular coach service and a direct train service connect to the city.
If you’re flying into Heathrow or Gatwick Airport, National Express has regular coaches to Cambridge.
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