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Posted 21 June 2009 - 11:46 AMWhen i booked my coach ticket with See and spoke to them the other day I go them to conform the departure point. This year it is on Victoria Embankment, opposite the Tattershall Castle boat and not Victoria Coach Station.
Though I'd better mention it in case anyone is unsure of the departure point. Also if anyone else could clarify that this is the case that would be good.
Anyone else getting one of these coaches down there? I'm booked on an 11 am on Thursday coach
Posted 22 June 2009 - 10:49 AMTypical See Tickets... it's cheaper to pick up from the street than to use to coach station.
Posted 22 June 2009 - 02:11 PMAh cheers for that! Didn't notice it said Vicky embankment...
Posted 22 June 2009 - 09:04 PMDouble check on your ticket but it is what mine says. Last 2 years were from Earls Court which seemed sensible as it was a big car park.
Posted 23 July 2009 - 06:46 PMWe're coming to heathrow from sweden at 8.00 am on friday and would like the fastest transportation guide to Victoria Embankment cause we are scheduel on a coach that leaves at 10.00 am... we know it's a tight one and we appriciate all help we can get!
Is the coach leaving from the london eye side of the river or the other side?? We're just some dumb swedes who needs a little guidence =)
Johanna and Agnes
Posted 24 July 2009 - 12:38 PMYour also a month late.....or 11 months early.
If your going on a National Express from Victoria Coach Station then there are plenty of National Express services to there from Heathrow Central Bus Station every few minutes. But with short time you have between landing and your coach you better get a London Black Taxi.
Posted 24 July 2009 - 01:23 PMI reckon the Heathrow Express into Paddington (15 mins) then Bakerloo Line down to Embankment (20ish mins, depending on where the bus goes from) would be quicker than a cab, especially as 8am is peak time. But if you have heavy bags and stuff, that's going to be more hassle.
(And yes, are you just being super-prepared for next year's festival, or was this posted in the wrong place?)