Shuttle from Central London to the Port of Dover
In case you decide to spend you summer holiday on a cruise ship, enjoying the sun, a fruit cocktail and the company of your best and closest friends or your family, then you have three main options in England: Port of Southampton, Harwich Port and Port of Dover. The third one is not the most known, but is the closest to Central London. This means that before embarking on that wonderful journey, you can also take some hours or even days to visit some of the British symbols.
Moreover, besides offering cruise ships, the Port of Dover presents interesting leisure zones, suitable for water related recreational activities. The two main ones are: The Western Docks Marina and The Outer Harbour Recreational Area. These are dedicated to travellers but also residents. In case you need to rent or you simply own a sailing boat or yacht, you do not have to worry about supplies or other amenities, as the area provides you fuel access, leisure activities, Internet connection, 24/7 security and shops.
As long as you have decided to rent a boat or enjoy a cruise ship, why not take a short trip from the Port of Dover to Central London and find out what the British life has to offer you. Although it is usually known for being the main headquarter of the advertising industry, financial sector and embassies, there are plenty of nearby sights and local attractions that are definitely worth your time. They range from museums, theatres and art exhibitions, to gardens, pubs and spa centres.
In case you are thinking that transport might be too complicated, we have selected below the most easiest and accessible means that can turn your Central London – Port of Dover transit into a comfortable and beautiful journey. If you do not think that this is possible, read the recommendations below, in order to change your mind.
Rail Transport from Central London to Port of Dover:
In order to get a Central London to Port of Dover Shuttle by rail, you have the train from Edgware Road (Circle Line – every 5 minutes) via London St. Pancras (hourly) and then the bus from Dover Priory Railway Station (every 15 minutes). This whole journey takes about 1 hour and 31 minutes. Another option would be to take a bus from Baker Street tube station (every 15 minutes) via London Victoria (hourly). This journey will take about 2 hours and 12 minutes.
Road Transport from Central London to Port of Dover:
A Central London to Port of Dover Shuttle by car can be done by taking the M20 highway. Central London is at a 78.5 miles distance from the Port of Dover. This journey will take about 1 hour and 41 minutes, without the traffic.
Private Transfer from Central London to Port of Dover:
A Shuttle from Central London to Port of Dover with 247 Airport Transfer is going to take about 2 hours and 30 minutes, including traffic. The price for a Central London to Port of Dover Shuttle starts from 108 GBP.
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