Vacationing in the UK means travelling across cities, each having its own history and culture. Our journey planner tool helps you find all the available trains from Norwich To London, with multiple options for train tickets from Norwich To London. Norwich To London is a very busy route - so you need to plan smart, and in advance.
Speed to London from Norwich
Norwich is one of the finest and best preserved medieval cities and in Britain. Norwich is in the heart of Norfolk with easy access to major routes through wide rail network of UK. As one of the largest cities of Norfolk, all sorts of business or leisure travellers travel to the city from London. The visitors who choose trains to visit London from Norwich or vice versa don’t get disappointed when they approach the city’s steepled skyline on their rail journey. There are direct trains from Norwich to London with an average journey time of around 1 hour 53 minutes. Hence, one can travel from Norwich to London without having change the trains. And, that is the reason Norwich has become one of the popular tourist destination from London for a perfect weekend getaway, all because of the easy accessibility through trains between both the cities.
Travel by Train with Greater Anglia and Get to The Heart of London
Greater Anglia is a main train provider on Norwich London trains which offers direct journeys from Norwich to London. Trains from Norwich to London run daily with a frequency of every 30 minutes with journey time of around 1 hour 50 minutes. The journey time of trains Norwich to London may be longer on weekends or holidays. Greater Anglia trains runs throughout the day with first train departs at 5.00 in morning and the last train departs at 23:05. All Norwich London trains arrive at London Liverpool station which is a major railway and underground station in London. The station is centrally located and close to The City, Shoreditch, The Barbican and Whitechapel. The station is also close to many popular attractions including Spitalfields Market, The Whitechapel Gallery and The Bank of England. Greater Anglia trains offer free Wi-Fi access along with variety of hot and cold drinks and snacks from the snack trolley or in the on board buffet car. All Greater Anglia coaches are well-equipped with comfortable seats along with foldable tables. First class passengers enjoy extra leg room and table service.
Make Big Savings on Norwich to London Train Tickets
The advance train tickets of Norwich London train starts from £9 each way between London and Norwich making journey of Norwich to London an ideal day trip place for those seeking a new place to discover, shop and dine in. Travellers can book ahead and save money on Advance ticket fares which will allow them to choose a specific date and time to travel. These advance train tickets of Norwich to London train can make train journey cheaper and visitors to the city can enjoy all attractions at both the cities. For the best savings book your train tickets to from Norwich to London up to 12 weeks in advance.
|London||Norwich||£67.7||2 Hr 33 Min|
|London||Norwich||£67.7||2 Hr 33 Min|
|York||Norwich||£95.0||3 Hr 11 Min|
|Newcastle||Norwich||£148.5||4 Hr 47 Min|
|Nottingham||Norwich||£55.1||3 Hr 5 Min|
|Glasgow||Norwich||£158.0||7 Hr 25 Min|
|Liverpool||Norwich||£103.8||5 Hr 19 Min|
|Birmingham||Norwich||£85.3||4 Hr 8 Min|
|Bristol||Norwich||£153.6||4 Hr 19 Min|
|Edinburgh||Norwich||£141.5||5 Hr 41 Min|
|Leeds||Norwich||£103.0||4 Hr 14 Min|
Travel from Norwich to London with Megabus and National Express
There are two main buses from Norwich to London – National Express and Mega Bus. National Express coaches services round the clock from Norwich to London starting early in the morning till late in the evening. The journey time of Norwich to London bus is around 2 hours. Fares vary for return journey and single journey. These Norwich to London buses are well-equipped with reclining leather seats, air conditioning, plug sockets for charging mobile, friendly drivers to help load your heavy luggage. These may be few reasons why more travellers switch from rail to bus.