Travel from Exeter to Canterbury

Bus or train from Exeter to Canterbury?

Great Western Railway operates a train from Exeter to Canterbury every 2 hours. Tickets cost $100 - $180 and the journey takes 2 h 18 min. 2 other operators also service this route. Alternatively, National Express operates a bus from Exeter to Canterbury every 4 hours. Tickets cost $18 - $24 and the journey takes 4 h 10 min. National Express also services this route every 4 hours.

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How to get from Exeter to Canterbury

From Exeter St Davids train to London Paddington, walk to Paddington (H&C Line)-Underground, Tube to King's Cross St. Pancras Underground Station, walk to St Pancras International, then train to Canterbury West. 4 h 14 min £119. From Exeter Central train to Waterloo Underground Station, Tube to London Bridge, then train to Canterbury West. 5 h 21 min £87. From Exeter bus to Belgravia, Victoria Coach Station then bus to Canterbury, Bus Station (Travel Shop). 7 h £26. From Exeter City Centre, High Street bus to Sandy Gate, Opp P&R Site, bus to Taunton, Ilminster Road Busway, bus to Victoria Coach Station Arrivals, walk to London Victoria, then train to Canterbury East. 8 h 39 min £71. From Exeter drive to Canterbury. 4 h 2 min £43. From Exeter City Centre, Bus Station line 56 bus to Exeter airport, fly to London City airport, train to Stratford International, then train to Canterbury. 4 h 19 min £113. From Exeter City Centre, Bus Station line 56 bus to Exeter airport, fly to Southend airport, train to Stratford City Bus Station, line 108 bus to Stratford International, then train to Canterbury. 7 h 13 min £228. From Exeter City Centre, Bus Station line 56 bus to Exeter airport, fly to London Gatwick airport, train to St Pancras International, then train to Canterbury. 7 h 15 min £199.