How to find a way to get from Point A to Point B in London without going through the station.

What you need to know about trains in London: 1.

How long does it take to get to the station?

A trip to the tube station is just under an hour, but some stations can be longer than that.


How many trains are there?

There are 1,500-plus trains a day running through London, according to Transport for London.


How much do you pay for a train ticket?

The cheapest tickets can be as low as £3.50 for adult and £1.30 for children under 12.


What happens if I can’t get on a train?

If you can’t make it to the train station, you can always get on one from another station.

Take a taxi, hire a car or even try using the metro.


How often is the Tube open?

London has a total of 11,000 underground stations, with more in operation daily.


Is there a designated route?

All stations in London are named for some kind of animal, so the Tube is named after the animal’s favourite animal.


What is the timetable?

You’ll be asked to take a short break to make your way back to your train.


Is it safe to board a Tube train?

If you’re travelling in a wheelchair or a person with a disability, you should be aware that you may not be able to board any trains.


How do I find a ride?

If you’re unsure where to go, try checking the station map.

If you can make it, you’ll need to wait at least five minutes.


How far do I have to walk to get there?

London has one of the highest rates of vehicle emissions in the world, with nearly 1,000 vehicles emitting more than 3.7 tonnes of carbon dioxide per hour.

If that doesn’t give you pause, take a walk.


How to get around London?

Head to the north-west, south-west and south-east of the capital for most of the day.


How is London connected to the rest of the country?

London is the only English city to be a part of the European Union.


How can I make a train from London to Birmingham?

Once you’ve reached Birmingham, you will need to go through the Underground network at least once to get through to the next station.