Travel from Nottingham to London

Looking for cheap Nottingham to London tickets? Then you’re in luck. Book megabus tickets to the capital and you’ll save money on the cost of trains or petrol. That means more cash left over – whether that’s for gig tickets at the O2, a shopping spree on Oxford Street, or afternoon tea at Claridge’s or The Dorchester.If you’re planning your Nottingham to London trip, read our London city guide for more in the way of things to do in the capital. In the meantime, here’s everything you need to know about getting from A to B.

How long does the bus from Nottingham to London take?

Coaches from Nottingham to London take 3 hours 30 minutes on average, although it’s worth allowing 20 minutes either side of that. There are four services running on this route every day.

Onboard, mebabus coaches have WiFi – which you can use for free – and power sockets. There’s more about that on our onboard facilities page.


Where does the megabus stop in Nottingham and London?

You’ll set off from Nottingham at Broadmarsh Bus Station. It’s in the south of the city centre, really close to the train station – it’ll only take you two minutes to walk from one to the other.

It’s also easy to get to from other big attractions in Nottingham. It’s a 10-minute walk from the Motorpoint Arena, for example, which is perfect if you’re heading back from a gig. For more of Nottingham’s best bits, read our Nottingham city guide.

The megabus stop in Nottingham is due to move to the Jurys Inn on Station Street at some point in 2017, so keep an eye out for announcements. And bear in mind there’s also a pick-up at Nottingham Trent University on this route, if that suits you better.

In London, you’ll arrive at London Victoria Coach Station. It’s on Buckingham Palace Road, and it’s walkable from Green Park, St James’s Park and Hyde Park. It’s also close to Westminster Abbey, and a quick bus or Tube ride from the South Bank and the London Eye. Read more about where you can go with our city guide.

London Victoria train station is right next door, and it’s huge. You can take the Tube from here into other parts of London, or get a mainline train further out. There’s a fast train to Gatwick Airport from here if you’re jetting off overseas, which only takes 30 minutes.

How much do Nottingham to London journeys cost?

megabus tickets from Nottingham to London start from as little as £1 plus a 50p booking fee. Prices and tickets are subject to availability, so please read our terms and conditions for more info.

How can I book tickets from Nottingham to London?

Easy – just use the journey planner on this page to select your tickets or just be super quick and click book now.