There are 5 ways to get from King's Cross Station to Battersea Reach by subway, train, taxi, car, towncar or bike
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Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from King's Cross Station to Battersea Reach is to drive which costs £1 - £2 and takes 15 min.
The quickest way to get from King's Cross Station to Battersea Reach is to taxi which costs £27 - £33 and takes 15 min.
The distance between King's Cross Station and Battersea Reach is 5 miles. The road distance is 7.1 miles.
It takes approximately 16 min to get from King's Cross Station to Battersea Reach, including transfers.
What companies run services between King's Cross Station, England and Battersea Reach, England?
There is no direct connection from King's Cross Station to Battersea Reach. However, you can take the Tube to Victoria Underground Station, take the walk to London Victoria, then take the train to Clapham Junction. Alternatively, you can take the taxi to Battersea Reach.
Subway from King's Cross St. Pancras Underground Station to Victoria Underground Station
- Ave. Duration
- 8 min
- Every 5 minutes
- Estimated price
- $2 - $4
- Schedules at
Train from London Victoria to Clapham Junction
Bike from Birkenhead Street, King's Cross to Usk Road, Clapham Junction
- Ave. Duration
- 45 min
- On demand
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