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Travelling from Newquay to London by train
There's no direct connection from Newquay to London, however, it's still easy to travel from Newquay to the capital by train. You can make a single change at Par station, swapping one GWR train for another, making it a smooth and simple journey from Cornwall to London.
Great Western Railway trains are equipped with First Class seats and a buffet car, or alternatively, a buffet cart will provide an at-seat service. For more information on train facilities and ticket options, visit our Great Western Railway page.
Newquay to London Route Information
With many of South Britain's most beautiful towns and districts offering gorgeous views from your train window, the journey from Newquay to London certainly is a memorable one.
Leaving the South Western edge of the country, you’ll see Cornwall’s coast go by before passing Plymouth, Torquay and Exeter. Along the way, you'll also be able to see some of the amazing scenery at Dartmoor National Park.
The great views don’t stop there though, as you'll pass the Northern edges of both Blackdown Hills and Cranborne Chase, two places that have been designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. You’ll then enter the North Wessex Downs before arriving at London Paddington via Reading.
Things to do in London
It’s hard to decide where to go first in London with so many different things to do. When travelling in the summer, why not grab an ice cream and enjoy the sun in one of the deck chairs scattered around Regents Park or Hyde Park?
On a rainy day, there are plenty of museums just waiting to be discovered. You can walk to South Kensington or go by tube or bus, either way, London’s biggest museums aren’t far away. The Natural History Museum is full of exotic animals and interesting facts about nature, while the Science Museum next door features an array of cool gadgets and interactive displays that are fun for the whole family. Renowned for its excellent shopping opportunities, Oxford Street is the busiest high street in the UK, well-worth a visit for some retail therapy. Don't forget to check out Harrods in Knightsbridge. Britain's most famous luxury department store, it attracts millions of visitors each year.
How long does it take to travel from Newquay to London Paddington by train?
The average journey time between Newquay and London Paddington is . On an average weekday, there are 2 trains travelling from Newquay to London Paddington. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays.Avg. Duration
What is the fastest journey from Newquay to London Paddington by train?
The fastest journey time by train is .
How much does the train from Newquay to London Paddington cost?
Train tickets from Newquay to London Paddington can start from as little as £15 when you book in advance and are usually more expensive when purchased on the day. Prices can also vary depending the time of day, route and class you book.
Are there direct trains from Newquay to London Paddington?
Yes, it is possible to travel from Newquay to London Paddington without having to change trains. Use our journey planner above to get direct train times from Newquay to London Paddington.Direct
What is the distance between Newquay and London Paddington?
The distance between Newquay and London Paddington is 226 miles.Distance: 226 miles
What time is the first train from Newquay to London Paddington?
The first train from Newquay to London Paddington departs at .
What time is the last train from Newquay to London Paddington?
The last train from Newquay to London Paddington departs at .First trainLast trainNo sleeper services are available. There may also be fewer services on weekends and public holidays; use the Journey Planner above to search for a specific train on your chosen travel date.
If you're like us, you've probably seen the sheer number of ticket types available in the UK and wondered ''Why are there so many?!'' Well, luckily we've put together a handy guide to all the variations of train ticket you may encounter on your travels.Our guide to ticket types:*Please note that not all types of train tickets are available for every journey. Factors such as the time, date and train company you'll be using can affect the availability of each one.
If you’re looking for the return train journey, check out trains from London Paddington to Newquay.