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Cheap Trains to London
"When a man is tired of London he is tired of life, for there is in London all that life can afford.”
On this page, we will provide useful tips to use when finding cheaper Train Tickets to London.
Take in a match at The Emirates, see the majestic Buckingham Palace, or pretend you've met a celebrity at Madame Tussauds. London is an excellent destination for those looking to see the sights and go to some of the UK's favourite attractions, and it's a popular place to go on business.
Take a walk through St. James's Park or have a night out at the Haymarket Theatre Royal. If you’re a bit of a bookworm, there are plenty to read at the British Library; it has the most catalogued items in the world!
With over 65 million visitors in 2015 and four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, England’s capital is a city worth visiting. It is one of the world’s premier financial centres and a great University destination, but London is not just all about work and money. The city is a melting pot of different cultures and has many tourist attractions, including some of Britain’s most significant landmarks.
There are many ways to navigate around London if you're a tourist; there are the Underground, Overground, bus system, river services and even bicycles for rent. If you're coming from a nearby city, bringing your car may not be the best idea as London traffic is often congested. The public transport system is so vast that it connects you to almost every corner of the city, handy if you want to do a spot of shopping.
For those who love history and royalty, the Tower of London is a great place to visit; it originally served as a residence for the Royals before becoming a prison. You can reach the Tower by taking the Underground and getting off at the Tower Hill Station, or the Fenchurch Street station if you take the Overground. From the Tower, you can quickly reach one of London's most famous landmarks, Tower Bridge. The London Eye is on the Thames River's south bank, just across the bridge, near Waterloo station. The eye provides the best view of the city.
A visit to London would not be complete without seeing Big Ben, it is currently closed for renovation but is still a must-see landmark during your trip. Located near the Palace of Westminster and Houses of Parliament, the clock tower housing the Great Bell of Big Ben is hard to miss. Buckingham Palace provides an excellent photo opportunity; the Queen's residence is just a 5-10 minute walk from Green Park station. If you are a fan of Art, visiting the Tate Modern in Southwark is a must and entry is free.
Main Train stations in London
The biggest and busiest stations in London are the following; if you are travelling into London, you will likely arrive at one of these: When searching for your journeys with our fare finder, you can select London (All Stations), and we will find the best and lowest priced station in London for your arrival. If you are looking to get to an Airport, you can also get there by train from some of these stations.
- London Waterloo
- London Paddington
- London KGX
- London St Pancras
- London Euston
- London Charing Cross
- London Victoria
- London Bridge
- London Fenchurch Street
- London Liverpool Street
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I get the cheapest train tickets to London?
You can get the cheapest train tickets to London by splitting your ticket with us, savings of up to 90% are available.
What is the cheapest way to travel to London?
The train is still the cheapest way to travel to London, use our tips above to save more money.
Is Clapham Junction a London terminal?
Clapham Junction is a railway terminal in London on both the South Western Main Line and Brighton Main Line.
How many train stations are there in London?
There are 12 major train stations around the central area of London.