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Cambridge train information

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RETURN FROM

£53

ONE-WAY FROM

£93

POPULAR STATION

Cambridge Whittlesford Parkway

POPULAR TRAIN COMPANY

AccesRail
The cheapest return train ticket to Cambridge is from London, starting at £53. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
The cheapest one-way train ticket to Cambridge is from Edinburgh, starting at £93. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
Cambridge Whittlesford Parkway is one of the most popular stations in Cambridge
AccesRail, Train, and LNER also service this route

Cambridge Train Station Directory

Location of major train stations in Cambridge
Cambridge Whittlesford ParkwayCambridge, 52.10358, 0.165671
Cambridge Saffron Walden Audley End - EssexCambridge, 52.004447, 0.2073
Cambridge StationCambridge, 52.194122, 0.139219
Cambridge Royston Foxton, CambsCambridge, 52.119125, 0.058197
Cambridge Saffron Walden Great ChesterfordCambridge, 52.05983, 0.193534
Cambridge Royston MeldrethCambridge, 52.090694, 0.00897

Book return train tickets to Cambridge

Below are the quickest and cheapest return train tickets to Cambridge that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
AccesRail
28 Feb
00:15London Heathrow
2h 00m
1 stop
02:15Cambridge
9 Mar
03:30Cambridge
1h 15m
1 stop
04:45London Heathrow
AccesRail
29 Feb
21:40London Heathrow
2h 24m
1 stop
00:04Cambridge
10 Mar
19:35Cambridge
2h 25m
1 stop
22:00London Heathrow
AccesRail
29 Feb
14:30London Heathrow
2h 45m
1 stop
17:15Cambridge
9 Mar
01:35Cambridge
2h 25m
1 stop
04:00London Heathrow
AccesRail
28 Feb
00:15London Heathrow
2h 00m
1 stop
02:15Cambridge
10 Mar
16:45Cambridge
2h 35m
1 stop
19:20London Heathrow
Train
28 Feb
00:02London King's Cross
1h 38m
01:40Cambridge Station
10 Mar
07:28Cambridge Station
1h 06m
08:34London King's Cross
Train
29 Feb
05:10London Liverpool Street
1h 31m
1 stop
06:41Cambridge Station
10 Mar
07:31Cambridge Station
1h 27m
08:58London Liverpool Street

Book one-way train tickets to Cambridge

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way train tickets to Cambridge found on momondo in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find available train tickets by date.
Multiple carriers
19 Mar
07:30Edinburgh Waverley
5h 11m
2 stops
12:41Cambridge Station

FAQs for booking trains to Cambridge

How to get to the centre of Cambridge from Cambridge Railway station?

AccessRail is one of the providers offering cheap train tickets to Cambridge from London, and most of these trains arrive at Cambridge Railway Station, the main train terminal in the city. Cambridge Station is located south of Christ’s Pieces Park in the city centre, and there are various modes of transport to get you there after your Cambridge train arrives. This is a university town, so rideshare services such as Uber and plenty of taxis are available at the station. In addition, Stagecoach in Cambridge and Whippet Coaches operate a service from the station to the city centre area. Cambridge Cycle Point near the station is a popular place for visitors and students to hire a bike for the brief ride into town. Passengers on trains to Cambridge can also travel to Christ’s Pieces Park on public transport. Cambridgeshire Guided Busway operates a service to The Busway New Square and Drummer Street stops, leaving just a short walk to the city centre. It’s a comfortable walk with light luggage, but if your party includes children or seniors, then the Busway is the most convenient and cheapest transport option. Travelling on the road, you’re in the vicinity of several places of interest, including Cambridge University Cricket Club, Parker’s Piece Park, Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences and the main administration campus of Cambridge University.

Can you leave luggage at Cambridge station?

Using left luggage facilities is a convenient way for day-trippers and in-transit passengers to explore the city unhindered by excess baggage. Unfortunately, none of the Cambridge train stations offers luggage storage facilities. However, passengers travelling on trains to Cambridge can find luggage lockers and other facilities not far off. An independent luggage storage provider has a location near Cambridge University Cricket Club, just a few blocks from the terminal building, with another location near Christ’s Pieces. A different luggage storage company offers the convenience of online booking and the flexibility of multiple locations via their network of local hotels and shops. Due to the city’s large population of university students, you are sure to find other storage facilities in and around Cambridge online.

What services are available at Cambridge station?

Passengers on Cambridge trains can locate a range of facilities and services at Cambridge station, whether it’s your final stop or you’re simply in transit to other destinations. In and around the main concourse, there are toilets (including accessible options), cash machines, seated areas, public telephones, post box and ticket office with ticket vending machines. Lifts and stairs provide access to the selection of shops, cafes, and restaurants on the premises. Luggage trolleys are available to carry your bags as you exit the terminal, and you will also find car hire services onsite. Complimentary Wi-Fi is provided to notify family or friends when your train to Cambridge arrives, arrange pick-ups from the station or entertain yourself if your train tickets to Cambridge include onward travel. In addition to taxis, shuttles and rideshare options, you can get public or private buses to the city centre or other destinations around the county.

Do I need identification to travel to Cambridge by train?

UK nationals should travel with a valid driving licence or other official proof of age card on trains to Cambridge. Alternatively, a valid passport is also acceptable. For EU citizens, showing a national identity card is good, but having your passport is even better. Carrying a passport is recommended for all other foreign nationals, especially for visitors from non-EU countries taking the rail to Cambridge.

How much is a train ticket to Cambridge?

Train tickets from London to Cambridge usually start from about £123, while you can find tickets from Norwich to Cambridge from around £168. Generally, prices will be determined by your location. These were some of the lowest prices from the most popular departure points to Cambridge.

What is the main train station in Cambridge?

Cambridge Whittlesford Parkway is a transportation hub in Cambridge. You’ll find trains arriving and departing from here daily. A common major city you can get to by train from Cambridge Whittlesford Parkway is London.

What train companies go to Cambridge?

Most users on momondo will check prices for AccesRail for their ride to Cambridge. While AccesRail is the most common choice, you can also search for options from Train and LNER, as all 3 train companies can typically get you to Cambridge. More options may be available to you, so use our search form to find all available options from your city to Cambridge.

How far in advance should I book a train to Cambridge?

Our users have found train tickets to Cambridge for £93 on average this week. For the next 3 months, we predict the price of tickets to Cambridge to remain steady. We recommend booking when you can to ensure you have your desired date secured.

How far is the centre of Cambridge from Cambridge Whittlesford Parkway, Saffron Walden Audley End - Essex and Cambridge Station stations?

The center of Cambridge is 7.0 mi away from Cambridge Whittlesford Parkway station, 13.9 mi from Saffron Walden Audley End - Essex station, and 1.7 mi from Cambridge Station station.

How far is Cambridge Whittlesford Parkway from Imperial War Museum Duxford, Anglia Ruskin University and Cambridge Corn Exchange?

You will need to travel 1.7 mi to get from Cambridge Whittlesford Parkway to Imperial War Museum Duxford, 7.0 mi to get from Cambridge Whittlesford Parkway to Anglia Ruskin University, and 7.2 mi to get from Cambridge Whittlesford Parkway to Cambridge Corn Exchange.


Popular train routes to Cambridge

Most frequently searched train routes to Cambridge, along with the cheapest price and shortest travel time.
Trains to Cambridge from London
Fastest travel time0h 48m
Cheapest price£123
Trains to Cambridge from Norwich
Fastest travel time1h 16m
Cheapest price£168

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