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Direct
1h 07m
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Train
Direct
0h 51m
Train
Train
Direct
1h 27m
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Train
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0h 58m
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West Midlands Railway
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2h 20m
West Midlands Railway
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1h 11m
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London train information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and train companies that offer trains to London

RETURN FROM

£14

ONE-WAY FROM

£7

POPULAR STATION

London St Pancras

POPULAR TRAIN COMPANY

Train
The cheapest return train ticket to London is from Royal Tunbridge Wells, starting at £14. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
The cheapest one-way train ticket to London is from Royal Tunbridge Wells, starting at £7. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
London St Pancras is one of the most popular stations in London
Train, West Midlands Railway, and AccesRail also service this route

Book return train tickets to London

Below are the quickest and cheapest return train tickets to London that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
Train
17 Aug
08:39Royal Tunbridge Wells
0h 55m
09:34London Charing Cross
17 Aug
10:45London Charing Cross
0h 55m
11:40Royal Tunbridge Wells
Train
17 Aug
08:33Royal Tunbridge Wells Frant, Sussex
0h 56m
09:29London Waterloo East
17 Aug
10:48London Waterloo East
0h 57m
11:45Royal Tunbridge Wells Frant, Sussex
Train
17 Aug
08:33Royal Tunbridge Wells Frant, Sussex
1h 01m
09:34London Charing Cross
17 Aug
10:45London Charing Cross
1h 00m
11:45Royal Tunbridge Wells Frant, Sussex
Train
17 Aug
08:39Royal Tunbridge Wells
0h 50m
09:29London Waterloo East
17 Aug
10:48London Waterloo East
0h 52m
11:40Royal Tunbridge Wells
Train
17 Aug
08:42Royal Tunbridge Wells High Brooms
0h 47m
09:29London Waterloo East
17 Aug
10:48London Waterloo East
0h 48m
11:36Royal Tunbridge Wells High Brooms
Train
17 Aug
08:42Royal Tunbridge Wells High Brooms
0h 42m
09:24London Bridge
17 Aug
10:24London Bridge
0h 40m
11:04Royal Tunbridge Wells High Brooms

Book one-way train tickets to London

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way train tickets to London 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.
Train
20 Aug
15:33Royal Tunbridge Wells Frant, Sussex
1h 07m
16:40London Bridge
Train
20 Aug
13:19Tonbridge
0h 51m
14:10London Bridge
Train
20 Aug
02:00Tonbridge Paddock Wood
1h 27m
1 stop
03:27London Bridge

FAQs for booking trains to London

London is home to a number of large train stations. Depending on where you're travelling from, you could disembark your train at stations including Victoria, King's Cross or Paddington. When it comes to getting a train to London and considering the proximity to the city's attractions, Waterloo is one of the most popular stations for visitors. It's located in the South Bank area by the River Thames, and the Hayward Gallery, Festival Hall, and the National Theatre are all within walking distance. Equally close by is the London Eye for fantastic views across the city and, of course, Westminster and the Houses of Parliament across the river. From Waterloo, you can get various London trains as well as the London Underground. Alternatively, you could get around the city along the Thames by boat, accessible at Festival Pier. Public transport in London can be expensive, but you can save some money when making several journeys throughout the day and using contactless payment or an 'Oyster card' (a London travel card). Another cost-effective way to explore the city is by renting one of the many Santander bicycles dotted around the city.

When searching for cheap train tickets to London, you may want to ensure that your station of arrival offers luggage storage, so you can tour the city without having to carry all of your belongings. Travellers who take London trains into major central stations such as Waterloo, St. Pancras International, Victoria, Charing Cross, Liverpool Street, Paddington, and Euston can take advantage of their luggage storage service. Once you arrive by rail to London, train station staff can help direct you to the luggage storage facilities. They are ideal for travellers looking to drop off their bags for the day and heading out to take in the city's highlights. Reasonable hourly and daily rates apply for storing baggage at major London train stations, but bear in mind that regular London Underground stations do not tend to offer this service.

When you travel by train to London, plenty of essential services are available to help you enjoy your time in the city even more. At stations such as Victoria, Waterloo, and King's Cross, you will find many restaurants, bars, cafes, and newsagents that sell everything from notepads and books to sandwiches, drinks, and snacks, perfect for your onward journey. If your train tickets to London are first-class, you may receive some complimentary drinks and snacks included in your ticket price. Make sure to check which train company you are travelling with, as only a select few may offer this service. The shops and restaurants located at London stations offer a varied fare. From fast food to noodles and sushi, you'll be surprised by the diverse selection available. Journeys on London trains are even more pleasant when you have everything you need to enjoy your trip in comfort, so it's worth taking advantage of the services available in the stations. And if you happen to be travelling via King's Cross Station, there's a fantastic food market just outside the main entrance.

When travelling on a train to London, you do not need to provide valid identification during ticket inspections, nor is this required when booking tickets for trains within the UK. Should you be travelling on the Eurostar to London's St. Pancras International station from Paris or Brussels, a valid passport or European ID card must be provided to board the train. It is recommended that passengers hold a form of valid identification such as a passport or driving licence in case they are asked to prove their identity by local transport authorities.

If you’re leaving from Paris the lowest ticket price is usually about £73, from Brussels Bruxelles-National Airport it’s about £87, and from Lille it’s around £81.

London St Pancras is a transportation hub in London. You’ll find trains arriving and departing from here daily. Some common major cities you can get to by train from London St Pancras are Paris, Brussels Bruxelles-National Airport, and Lille.

London is serviced by some of the leading train companies. Keep in mind that your options may vary by the city you’re departing from. However, our data also shows that Train, West Midlands Railway, and AccesRail were frequently booked by travelers.

For £7 one-way on average you can catch a train ride to London. We don’t predict any changes in price within the next 3 months. It’s generally a good idea to book early to make sure you can get on the train for the correct departure time.

London St Pancras station is 2.2 mi from London, London King's Cross station is 2.2 mi from London, and London Victoria station is 0.9 mi from London.

From London St Pancras, it’s 6.8 mi to get to Wembley Stadium, 5.9 mi to get to The O2 Arena, and 2.6 mi to get to Hyde Park.



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