The nearest train station to the University of Warwick is Coventry Station. Trains depart from London Euston Station and Birmingham New Street Station. The travel from Euston takes around an hour, and the journey from New Street takes about 20 minutes.
A bus service runs between London's Victoria Coach Station and Warwick University's Somerleyne Road campus, with buses departing approximately every 15 minutes during peak hours and more frequently outside these times. The journey takes about 2 hours.
Warwick has a small airport with flights to major cities including London, Manchester and Birmingham. The trip by plane takes 30 minutes.
Traveling by rail from London to Warwick takes around 1 hour and 35 minutes across a distance of approximately 82 miles (132 km)... Train from London to Warwick.
|Journey time||From 1h 16m|
|Distance||82 miles (132 km)|
|Frequency||36 trains per day|
The train is the quickest method to get there. The quickest trains, originating from Euston Station and arriving at Liverpool Lime Street, take 2 hours and 15 minutes. Flights are also a possibility, although they all make at least one stop and take around 4 hours. A bus takes 6 hours.
Euston is the most convenient station for Liverpool Lime Street, which is on the main line from London to Birmingham and beyond. From here you can connect to other mainline routes leading to other cities across England and Wales. The cheapest adult fare is $120.
Lime Street is at the heart of Liverpool's shopping district and has many high-street names including Top Shop, H&M, and Zara. It's also home to Albert Square, where all our famous Scouse stars were born. Situated only a few minutes' walk from Lime Street is John Lennon & Paul McCartney's former house where they wrote several of their songs. Today, it's a museum dedicated to their life and work.
If you want to see more of North West England, then the M6 motorway connects Liverpool with Manchester, Chester, and Holyhead in Wales. This is the fastest route but it can be busy during peak hours. The drive takes about an hour.
The National Trust owns nearly 1 million acres of land across Britain, and it's free to visit all its sites.
Is there a direct train running from London Victoria to Chelsea? Yes, there is a direct train that departs from Victoria Station and arrives at South Kensington Station. Services depart every five minutes and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The travel takes about 4 minutes.
The price of the ticket is £9.90. To buy your ticket online, you can use our website or the Train Easy app. For more information on how to get to Victoria Station from around the world, visit our guide to getting to London's Victoria Station.
Chelsea Football Club is a professional football club based in Chelsea, London, England. Founded as Thames F.C. in 1878, they played their first match on 15 October 1878 against the university team. After several name changes, the current version was established in 1905. They have won four English championships and one FA Cup.
Chelsea play their home games at Stamford Bridge, which has been their permanent home since 1912. The stadium is located near the Royal Park within walking distance of Fulham Road and King's Road. It has a capacity of 60,000, with 22,500 seats including the terraces, making it the largest stadium in London.
Stamford Bridge was built by Henry Blundell who also constructed Liverpool's Anfield Stadium and Bristol's City Ground.
Trains from National Rail: Hampton Court train station is a five-minute walk from the palace. Every 30 minutes, trains leave London Waterloo for Vauxhall, Clapham Junction, Earlsfield, Wimbledon, Raynes Park, New Maldon, Berrylands, Surbiton, Thames Ditton, and Hampton Court. The journey takes about an hour.
Buses from National Express: There are four buses a day from London's Victoria Coach Station to Hampton Court Palace (two in the morning from London, two in the afternoon from London). The fare is £18 for adults, £9 for children under 15. The trip takes 3 hours 40 minutes.
Taxis from Heathrow Airport to Hampton Court Palace: This can be done by taxi direct from the airport; the fare is around £60. It's also possible to take the Hampton Court bus from Hamoock House airport terminal, but this will cost you £11 per person. A private car service from the airport to anywhere in London will cost around £120.
The best way to get from London to Hampton Court is by train. An alternative is to take a bus, which should be more affordable. A taxi is the most expensive option.