Buses between Birmingham and London run frequently with around one to two buses running an hour. The quickest time duration for the journey is 2 hours 30 minutes, with the longest journey taking around 3 hours 35 minutes. Buses run from around 05.00 to 21.00. There are no changes required for this journey.
Birmingham is one of the largest cities in the UK and often referred to as being the centre of England. There is plenty for any visitor to do here. A visit to the world famous Symphony Hall could be made as this is a large concert hall which hosts a variety of music ranging from jazz, classical and rock. The museum of Aston Hall and Blakesley Hall make for interesting visits. The Bullring provides visitors with ample shopping opportunities, with plenty of shops and some of the best shopping to be found in the UK outside of London.
The largest city in the UK and one of the most influential in the world, there is much to see and do, from museums and art galleries to music venues to sports grounds. There are the major London sights and icons to see such as Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square and the Tower of London. The capital is home to some world class museums such as The British Museum, The Victoria and Albert Museum and the Natural History Museum. For some evening entertainment you could head to London's West End to watch a show or if you prefer there are many bars and clubs to explore.