|Distance||109 miles (175 km)|
|Average train duration||1 h 32 min|
|Average train ticket price||$45 (€38)|
|Train frequency||17 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 17 direct trains a day|
|Train providers||East Midlands Trains, London North Eastern Railway or First Hull Trains|
Trains from London to Nottingham cover the 109 miles (175 km) long route taking on average 1 h 32 min with our travel partners like East Midlands Trains, London North Eastern Railway or First Hull Trains. Normally, there are 17 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this trip costs around $45 (€38), you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as $36 (€30). Travelers depart most frequently from London Victoria and arrive in Nottingham.
There are frequent trains from London to Nottingham on a daily basis. Trains are indirect with East Midlands, Hull Trains, and London North Eastern Railway and take between two hours and seven minutes to two hours and 30 minutes in duration. The train from London to Nottingham changes once or twice in Loughborough, Long Eaton, and Grantham, among other station. Passengers will wait under 30 minutes at most change stations.
There are over ten daily London to Nottingham trains. The first train departs London around 7:30 a.m., and the last departure is around 4:30 p.m. There are two later trains available but these require inconvenient waiting times.
The train from London to Nottingham takes between two hours and seven minutes to two hours and 30 minutes. Travel duration depends on the amount of changes the train requires along the way, and the waiting time at these connecting stations. Most changes are under a half-hour in duration, and many are as quick as 15 minutes.
Departure train station: Trains depart London King's Cross or St. Pancras Stations. King's Cross is one of London's most historic and famous stations, situated just over two miles (3.5km) from central London. Travelers can reach the station with a 12-minute ride on the Thameslink train or local bus network. King's Cross has services such as ATMs, luggage storage and restrooms, as well as shopping and dining amenities. St. Pancras Station is also located just over two miles (3.5km) north of London. Travelers can take the Thameslink train to St. Pancras Station in about eight minutes. At the station travelers will find numerous stores, dining amenities, and financial services such as ATMs and currency exchange stalls. Both of these stations are fully accessible for limited-mobility passengers.
Arrival train station: Trains arrive at Carlton Station in Nottingham, located just under four miles northeast of Nottingham city center. Travelers can reach Nottingham in about eight minutes on the EMR train to Nottingham Station. Carlton Station is small with minimal facilities beyond ticket stalls. The station, including the parking lot, is unfortunately not fully accessible by wheelchair. Passengers with limited mobility who require ramps should note this station does not have ramps for wheelchair users.
The train from London to Nottingham is with East Midlands, Hull Trains, or London North Eastern Railway. East Midlands provides a majority of the trains along this route, while Hull Trains and London North Eastern Railway each have one to two daily London to Nottingham trains.
East Midlands offers the most frequent trains from London to Nottingham. Trains are indirect and take two hours and 20 to two hours and 30 minutes.
Hull Trains has the fastest available London to Nottingham routes with two daily indirect trains that take two hours and seven to two hours and nine minutes.
London North Eastern Railway has one or two daily London to Nottingham trains, and these take two and a half hours via an indirect route.
London to Nottingham trains have many services on board including standard and first class cabin tickets. First class tickets come with benefits such as more spacious seating, access to exclusive lounges, power outlets and folding tables for business travelers, and more. All tickets include free WiFi, food and drink service, and restrooms. Those with limited mobility such as passengers using wheelchairs are entitled to free assistance at the stations as well as boarding and alighting trains, and this should be requested 24 hours in advance of traveling. There are accessible seats on board near the accessible restrooms. As well as luggage which can be stored in luggage racks, bicycle space can be reserved ahead of time. Passengers can also bring a small pet along with them.
One of the best ways to find cheap tickets for the train from London to Nottingham is to book in advance. Many train tickets go on sale up to three months ahead of time, so early birds have quite a window to find cheap tickets on trains. It is also a good idea to choose flexible travel dates before purchasing tickets, to check whether any savings can be found a few days before or after first choice travel dates. The last tip for finding cheap train tickets is to select longer train journeys with more connections, as these are often cheaper alternatives to the high-speed trains.
When traveling this route, Omio customers are departing most frequently from London Victoria and arriving in Nottingham.
Passengers board their train most frequently from London Victoria and travel around 1.2 miles (2 km) from the city center to this train station.
Passengers traveling this route most often arrive at Nottingham and need to travel approximately 0.5 miles (765 m) from the train station to the city center in Nottingham.
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