Bus Reading to London: Trip Overview
Trip Reviews for Reading - London
User reviews from travellers who booked a bus ticket from Reading to London
Ratings and Reviews (5)
Very nice and economical trips. I love that the victoria coach station is not far from the city centre of london . Really convenient!
The Internet worked to Heathrow Airport and then just died
Bus didn’t turn up and after waiting half an hour we had to get a taxi to heathrow to take the express to Paddington so we could still make our train to Brussels on time. I will never use National Express again. Shocking
Unlike our previous experience, this trip was fantastic. Driver had a lovely attitude to everyone and the journey to London was very enjoyable.
Excellent bus service on this occasion.
Reading to London buses
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Bus service from Reading to London is covered by National Express.
Stations & Stops
A bus ride to London will drop you off at Romford Market, London St Pancras International Train Station, 76-77 A4, 346 S Lambeth Rd, 21 Wellington Rd, 32 Engineers Way, London (Vauxhall, Stop W), London (Mitcham, Stop B), London (Embankment, Stop U), London (Mitcham Junction, Stop B), Victoria Embankment, 43 Lewisham High St, Liverpool Street Station, 204 Eltham Rd, Victoria Coach Station (Arrival Hall), 12 Peter's Ln, 205 Eltham Rd, Gloucester Pl, 12 Millbank, 272 New Cross Rd, 26 New Kent Rd, 167 Wandsworth High St, 390 New Kent Rd, Armoury Way, 326 S Lambeth Rd, 12 Millbank, 392 Bishopsford Rd, Queen Caroline St, 145 Bow Rd, 224 London Rd, 572 Mile End Rd, 55 Bondway, 267 Brighton Rd, 15 St Botolph St, 107 Queen Victoria St, 305 Brighton Rd, 21 Wellington Rd, 165 Queen Victoria St, 10 Carshalton Rd, 15 St Botolph St, 305 Brighton Rd, Old Kent Rd, 57 Woodcote Rd, London Streatham (Stop NA), 138 Woodcote Rd, High Rd, 50 Lewisham High St, 237a Whitechapel Rd, 28 Baker St, 124 Park Ln, 156 Buckingham Palace Rd, Victoria Coach Station (Eurolines, Check-In), 53 Upper St, 81 Great Eastern St, 144 Praed St, Victoria Coach Station (Departures Hall), 1 Seething Ln, 89 Chalk Farm Rd, 10 Godliman St, Holiday Inn London, 200 Borough High St, 239 Vauxhall Bridge Rd, 68 Regent St, Victoria Coach Station - Stand 13, Russel Square Royal National Hotel, Victoria Coach Station, Buckingham Palace Road, 144 Southwark St, London Waterloo Rail Station, London (Victoria Coach Station), London Paddington Rail Station, 63 Midland Rd, London Bridge, 136 Bayswater Rd, Green Line Coach Station, 154 Bayswater Rd, 1 Hammersmith Bridge Rd, 263 New Cross Rd, Bishopsford Rd, 411 Mile End Rd, 255 Finchley Rd, 88 S Lambeth Rd, 235 Finchley Rd, 116B Bow Rd, 445 Bethnal Green Rd, St Edwards Way, The Courtyard, 22 Portman St, London Finchley Road and Frognal, Kings Cross, London Gateway Services, London Barking, London Edmonton or London Wembley Park.
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Did you know?
The average number of passengers on a coach bus is 32 meaning that a bus could replace a minimum of at least 30 cars!
9.2% of ground transportation in Europe is done by bus versus 7.4% by train.
One of the longest bus route in the world goes all the way from Ontario to Alberta in Canada (with the same bus). This trip is 3,435 km or 2,135 miles long and the price is a bit under $100.
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