Trains in the UK are a convenient and efficient way to travel, with a variety of companies offering both domestic and international routes. When traveling by train to London, there are a number of different termini which each accommodate arrivals from different parts of the country and abroad.
Charing Cross station provides for trains to/from the South East, including The Sussex Coast and Gatwick Airport; Euston for trains to/from the North West, including Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow and Birmingham; King's Cross has trains to/from the North East, including Leeds, York, Edinburgh and Newcastle upon Tyne; Marylebone for trains to/from the Midlands, including Stratford upon Avon, High Wycombe and Milton Keynes. Paddington station accommodates trains to/from the South West and Wales, including Cornwall, Bristol and Cardiff. Also Heathrow Express trains; St Pancras has trains to/from the East Midlands, including Sheffield, Nottingham and Derby; Victoria for trains to/from the South, including Brighton, Canterbury and Dover; Waterloo serves passengers to/from the South coast, including Southampton, Bournemouth and Portsmouth. In addition, the Eurostar terminal is now at St Pancras International, transporting passengers from continental Europe, with frequent departures to and from Paris, Brussels, Germany and the Netherlands.
Visitors to London will already have a good idea of the primary purpose of their visit. Whether it is for business, shopping, culture or entertainment, London has it all. Each of the train stations above is connected on the Underground network to tube stations in any other part of the Capital. Once visitors arrive at a London mainline station, any other tube stop can be reached within an hour by using the underground. There are also more than 250 bus routes and licensed black taxis available 24 hours a day for travelers to continue their journey.