|Distance||32 miles (52 km)|
Buses from London to Maidstone cover the 32 miles (52 km) long route. There are direct bus services available.
Catching buses from London to Maidstone shouldn't be a problem. National Express runs four daily buses throughout the week, with a couple of morning departures and two more in the evening. Two buses run directly to Maidstone, while the other two require a change along the way. Direct services depart from London Victoria Coach Station and get into King Street in central Maidstone, taking 1 hour 35 minutes to complete the journey. Indirect buses from London to Maidstone leave from Sutton railroad Station in south London and take a lot longer, with a journey time of 3 hours 17 minutes.
Buses from London to Maidstone depart from Victoria Coach Station in the centre of the city. Getting to Victoria is easy from anywhere in London or beyond with Victoria Bus and Victoria Train stations being located nearby. Victoria Bus Station is a major terminus for London buses and many routes also stop in the streets around the coach station. These include numbers 11, 44, 170, and 211, and the night buses N11 and N44. Victoria Train Station is the terminus for the Gatwick Express and is served by the Victoria, Circle and District underground lines.
Located in the heart of the "Garden of England", Maidstone is the ideal destination for a romantic break, a touch of adventure or a delve into history. Outdoor activities include water sports, cycling, river cruises and go-karting. History buffs can explore the many museums, Neolithic sites, castles and historic homes in the area. National Express coaches arrive in King Street in the heart of the city. The nearby Chequers Bus Station next to the Mall shopping centre is the city's major traffic hub. Passengers can take buses operated by Arriva Southern Counties and Nu-Venture to various destinations around Maidstone and to nearby towns such as Faversham, Folkestone and Royal Tunbridge Wells.
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