The route between London and Manchester is one of, if not the most popular domestic bus route in the UK, each day there are a larger number of buses driving between the cities. The travel distance between the cities is around 320-350 km depending on the route, the bus travel time is between 4.5 and 6 hours depending on number of stops on the and time of day.
When travelling from London to Manchester your bus will in most cases departure from the Victoria coach station, which is located at 164 Buckingham palace road, which is 3-400 metre (7-8 minute) walk from Victoria train / tube station. As there are lots of bus stations in London, you might be able to find a bus departing from other locations also. In Manchester the bus will drop you up at the Manchester main coach station. On some departure you can also travel from London to Manchester airport.
Other popular bus routes from London:
|Bus London – Birmingham||Bus London – Bristol||Bus London – Cambridge|
|Bus London – Coventry||Bus London – Derby||Bus London – Doncaster|
|Bus London – Exeter||Bus London – Hastings||Bus London – Hereford|
If you are talking the bus from Manchester to London the bus will departure from the coach station, which is located at Chorlton St, Manchester M1 3JF. For some of the departures you also have the option to buy ticket from Manchester airport to London if that’s more convenient. In London the bus will stop at the Victoria coach station, some of the departures also have additional stops like Marble Arch, where the stop is located on Park Lane next to the speakers corner in Hyde park, the subway Marble Arch is 100 metre from the bus stop, other location where some buses stop is at Finchley road, which is close to Finchley road tube.
Other popular bus routes from Manchester:
|Bus Manchester – Leicester||Bus Manchester – Aberdeen||Bus Manchester – Birmingham|
|Bus Manchester – Bradford||Bus Manchester – Cambridge||Bus Manchester – Newcastle|
|Bus Manchester – Southampton||Bus Manchester – Glasgow||Bus Manchester – Milton-keynes|
Bus from London airports to Manchester airport:
Travelling by bus between Manchester airport and one of the london airports (Gatwick, Stansted, Heathrow, Southend or Luton) is possible, most of the departures e.g from Manchester airport to London Stansted or Manchester airport and London Luton airport include a bus change, but there are a few direct departures. Depending on which departure you pick, the bus change on the route is usually either in Birmingham, Milton Keynes or at the Victoria station. The waiting time at the those station is usually less than 30 minutes.