Bristol To London Train

Bristol:

Bristol has much to offer to everyone due to its beautiful hills and historical sight scenes.

The main sources of attractions in the Bristol area are:

1.Clifton Suspension Bridge.
2.St Mary Redcliff.
3.Royal West of England Academy.
4.Red Lodge Museum, Bristol.
5.Church of St John the Baptist.
6.Quakers Friars.
7.British Empire & Commonwealth Museum.
8.Buckingham Baptist Chapel.
9.Trinity Centre.

London:

Londoners are known for their love of coffee. There are many amazing tea and coffee shops here.

The main areas of interest in the London area are:

1.Science Museum.
2.Westminster Abbey.
3.Sea Life London Aquarium.
4.Globe Theatre, London.
5.British Museum.
6.Tate Modern.
7.Madame Tussauds London.
8.St Paul’s Cathedral.
9.Palace of Westminster.

Grand Central and Southern Railways provide train services in London and surrounding areas. In addition to this coach services are also available.

Train Services between Bristol & London:

Cross Country, First TransPennine Express, First Great Western, Scot Rail, Virgin Trains and East Coast run between Bristol and London from Bristol’s Parkway or Temple Meads’ station at 5:00 a.m. and lasts till 10:30 p.m.

The journey takes about 5 hours and 52 minutes on an average, but a late night train takes up to 13 hours to cover a total distance of 502 kilometers.

Maximum number of these services are used by passengers on Sundays and Mondays with 21% passengers on these days, whereas only 9% passengers used these services on Tuesdays. The fare price of the day keeps varying between minimum £82.05 to maximum £170.

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