How to Get to Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle is situated on the outskirts of London in the English county of Berkshire.
The distance from Windsor Castle to London is around 22.5 miles.
You can reach Windsor Castle from London in 30 Minutes if you drive to the location.
Most visitors want to know how to reach Windsor Castle from London via public transportation. Let’s read ahead to know more:
How to get to Windsor Castle by train from London
London has a pretty good network of public trains, there are two popular stations from where you can take a train to reach Windsor Castle.
The first one is Paddington Station. This train will take you to Windsor in about 50 minutes and there is a train running every 30 minutes.
The next best option to reach Windsor by train is boarding a train from Waterloo station. It will take you a little longer, one hour and twenty minutes.
Best way to get from London to Windsor castle
If you are looking for the best way to get from London to Windsor Castle, you must book a Bus tour of Windsor Castle from London.
Just book the tour and show up at a convenient and easily accessible location in London and enjoy the ride on a luxurious air-conditioned bus while listening to live commentary.
Booking a tour such as the Windsor, Stonehenge, Bath, and Roman Baths day trip from London is a nice way to visit Windsor Castle along with other fascinating sites in a hassle-free manner.
There are other trips and tours from London for Windsor Castle available, offering great value for money by combining multiple attractions.
How to get to Windsor Castle from Heathrow?
The distance between Heathrow and Windsor is merely 8 miles.
A train station is adjacent to the airport, but taking a train is not advised.
If you take a train, it will take you more than an hour to reach Windsor Castle from Heathrow.
It will be much easier and more logical to take a taxi as you’ll take 20 minutes to reach Windsor Castle this way.
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