Heathrow Express The Heathrow Express train runs every 15 minutes into London to the Paddington Station. (About 2 miles north and west of Trafalgar Square) The cost is 18 pounds for a single (one way) and 34 for a round trip ticket, The trip takes about 20 minutes. (tel. 0845 600 1515,
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The "Heathrow Connect" Rail Service The Heathrow Connect Rail Service runs every half hour and connects to Paddington Station. The cost is 9.10 pounds (single)17.80, round trip. www.heathrowconnect.com
London's Heathrow Airport transfer reaches Central London within 40 minutes for sightseeing at Westminster and Parliament.
Heathrow Airport Transfer to London, England
Londons Heathrow is 15 miles west of Central London and offers trains and buses to many parts of England. After you pass through immigrations and customs,follow the signs for the train and bus stations.
London Heathrow Airport Transfer
The Piccadilly line connects to London in one hour. Trains run every few minutes and cost 5.30 pounds one way. Exit at Picadilly Circus for the St James or Westminiter sections of the city
Find good rail and bus service in London where many stations interconnect.. Find destinations and bus numbers listed on large lighted display panels in the bus and train stations where you also find Information booths.
National Express The bus service is called National Express 0871-781-8178 www.nationalexpress.com
Taxis make the 20-40 minute trip from Heathrow Airport to Central London for around 60 Pounds.
England is part of the European Union but is using the Pound, £, (GBP) as the currency used in England and Great Britain..
The exchange rate has remained steady since 2009, $1.53 Dollars per 1 GB Pound
National ExpressCoaches run to Victorial Station in London every thirty minutes and make the trip in one hour for 6 pounds (single, one way) and 11 Pounds for a round trip ticket. www.nationalexpress.com Stations
When you exit customs at Heathrow, a long series of escalators (people movers) and corridors will convey you to the bus and train stations. Buses go by Route numbers. The buses go to London and to the suburban towns such as Watford Junction where you find good rail and bus service to much of London and England. Destinations and bus numbers are listed on large lighted display panels in the bus and train stations. Information booths are staffed.
The London Eye near Westminster on the Thames
Guard station near Buckingham Palace
London Commuter Rail
London and its suburbs offer a wide variety of Commuter rail. Trains and subways offer a quick trip into the city from the airports. (except London City Airport) and from suburban towns.
Service is more frequent during the work week and less frequent on Sunday. Service could be more costly during the commute, morning and evening depending on the line.
London is surrounded by historic suburban towns that offer rail and bus service. Many of these suburban towns offer several options for transportation from the suburbs to the city of London: fast commuter trains, slower trains, Underground, (tube) and bus. Train prices vary depending on the type of train, express or local.
The City of London offers underground transportation (Tube) and surface transportation in the form of red, double-decker buses. It is less costly to buy a day pass if you will use bus and train to get around for the day.
Save Your Ticket
Save the ticket as you will need it to exit the station Buy tickets at the stations or at automated kiosks throughout the city.