Transport from Heathrow to Victoria Station

London has one of the best developed means of public transport in the world. There are a variety of travel options to get from any of London’s 4 major airports to central London. If have a visit planned to London it would be best to stay at a hotel in the centre of town. This would ensure that you have excellent connectivity to all parts of the city.

If you want to stay in luxury, there are a number of 5 star hotels near Bayswater Road. It also is relatively close to the entertainment and shopping venues in central London.


For those who want value for money a good option is the Montcalm Hotel London, which is a boutique hotel that offers a luxurious stay at an affordable price. If you need to get from Heathrow to Victoria Station there are a number of options to choose from.

Of course the easiest way to travel to Victoria station would be to catch an iconic black cab, which is a private taxi transfer. These are a posh option for those who want to travel to London in style and comfort. They are available at any of the airport’s terminals. Black cabs are convenient as they do not require pre-booking. The downside is that they are much more expensive.  A trip from Heathrow to Central London begins at £45.00 which can go up to £75 (subject to traffic, time of travel and surcharges).

Probably the easiest and most economical way to get from the airport to Victoria Station would be to take the Underground. It would provide you with an opportunity to experience the oldest metro system and is a budget friendly option to travel to central London. The travel time is very reasonable as well as economical however it is not the most comfortable of options. This would be more so if you are travelling with extra baggage and if you need to travel during the peak hours of traffic. It would involve you having to change a number of lines. To travel to Victoria Station you will need to change lines at Gloucester Road ((District/ Circle) with there being three stops on the way. Ensure that you get yourself an Oyster card because regular ticket costs are practically double!

Travel by coach service is another alternative to get to Central London. There are services that are operated by the National Express from Heathrow to Victoria. They cost about the same as travel on the Tube. They are comfortable with air conditioning and less crowded. The only drawback of travelling by coach is that it is the slowest of options and consumes the most time. You will find coaches from all of Heathrow’s Terminals to Victoria Coach Station but the journey might take up to 1:30 minutes, depending upon the traffic conditions at the time of your journey. You could use your Oyster Card for the trip.

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