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The cheapest way to get from Bar Hill to Lakeside Shopping Centre is to drive which costs £10 - £16 and takes 1h 3m.
The quickest way to get from Bar Hill to Lakeside Shopping Centre is to drive which costs £10 - £16 and takes 1h 3m.
No, there is no direct bus from Bar Hill to Lakeside Shopping Centre station. However, there are services departing from Bar Hill, Apple Trees and arriving at Lakeside, Bus Station via Cambridge Parkside, Stansted Airport, Coach Station and Basildon Town Centre, Bus Station. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 5h 29m.
The distance between Bar Hill and Lakeside Shopping Centre is 54 miles. The road distance is 63.9 miles.
The best way to get from Bar Hill to Lakeside Shopping Centre without a car is to bus and train which takes 3h 27m and costs £30 - £55.
It takes approximately 3h 27m to get from Bar Hill to Lakeside Shopping Centre, including transfers.
Bar Hill to Lakeside Shopping Centre bus services, operated by National Express, depart from Cambridge Parkside station.
Bar Hill to Lakeside Shopping Centre bus services, operated by First in Essex, arrive at Lakeside, Bus Station.
Yes, the driving distance between Bar Hill to Lakeside Shopping Centre is 64 miles. It takes approximately 1h 3m to drive from Bar Hill to Lakeside Shopping Centre.
There are 573+ hotels available in Lakeside Shopping Centre. Prices start at £75 per night.
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