When travelling by train, never forget to keep your ticket with you: make sure to print it out in advance or to download the mobile version if allowed.
For short distances like between London and Cambridge, busses and carpooling are good alternatives to the train, thanks to their low costs. Also, busses have the advantage of getting to the smallest towns where the is no train station.
What are the departure and arrival stations in London and Cambridge?
The trains to Cambridge can leave from London Liverpool Street and arrive at Cambridge Heath [ CBH ].
How many train connections are there from London to Cambridge every day?
If you want to travel from London to Cambridge by train, there are 129 available connections per day. The main part of these connections, that is to say 83 routes, are direct lines and the rest, that is to say 46 routes include one or many changes. As a result, please take a ticket for a direct line if you do not want any change. Despite that, choosing an offer with an indirect line is sometimes the best way to travel efficiently especially if there are too few connections and if you look for a ticket at the last minute even though the trip is longer.
How long will it take you from London to Cambridge by train and when do the trains leave?
The first train to Cambridge leaves at 00:01, whereas the last one at 20:01. On average, the journey lasts 10 minutes, but with the fastest connections you will be in Cambridge in 5 minutes.