Train Edinburgh → London
Duration 04:21 - From $47
Castles, colleges, kilts and so much more Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland since the 15th century, is divided into the Old Town and the New Town. Although “New” in this case means over 200 years old. What's connecting these sections of town is the bench-lined Princes Street Gardens and Edinburgh's main train station, Edinburgh Waverly. If you're flying into Scotland use easy Edinburgh Express Air Link bus, which brings you to the center of the city in just 25 minutes. Drop your bags at the hotel and then visit any of the 30 major attractions covered by the pass. What to see ? Visit the National Galleries of Scotland, tour the 16th century Lauriston castle or cavort with the animals at the Edinburgh Zoo. Top of your trip (and glass) with a visit to the Glenkinchie Distillery for the city's famed single malt whiskey. Learn more about Edinburgh
Old, supremely modern – It’s the consummate world class city London is one of the world’s great cities. It has a large public transport system incorporating buses, over ground trains and the famous “Tube” underground service, pick up a London Travel Card for unlimited access to the subway and bus system. Heathrow is the classic gateway for North Americans arriving into London and is connected by rail by the Heathrow Express, which whips you into London’s Paddington station in about 15 minutes. Other express train connections are available for Gatwick and Stansted airports, arriving into London Victoria and London Liverpool Street stations respectively. Learn more about London
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"I enjoy the train ride from London King Cross Station to Edinburgh. The timing is ok and the scenery is beautiful when I took the train. "