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There are 5 ways to get from South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace by subway, bus, night bus, taxi or car

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Subway  •  45m

  1. Take the subway from South Ealing station to Green Park station Piccadilly

$3 - $5

Cheapest option

Line 65 bus, bus  •  1h 9m

  1. Take the line 65 bus from South Ealing to Gunnersbury, Kew Bridge National Rail Stn 65
  2. Take the bus from Gunnersbury, Kew Bridge National Rail Stn to Hyde Park Corner N9

$3

3 alternative options

Night bus  •  1h 7m

  1. Take the night bus from Ealing, South Ealing Road to Westminster Cathedral N11

$3

Taxi  •  16m

  1. Take a taxi from South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace 8.4 miles

$35 - $45

Drive  •  16m

  1. Drive from South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace 8.4 miles

$1 - $3

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The cheapest way to get from South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace is to drive which costs £1 - £2 and takes 16m.

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The quickest way to get from South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace is to taxi which costs £27 - £35 and takes 16m.

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Yes, there is an overnight bus departing from Ealing, South Ealing Road and arriving at Westminster Cathedral. This bus operates every day. The journey takes approximately 48m.

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The distance between South Ealing Station and Buckingham Palace is 7 miles. The road distance is 8.4 miles.

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The best way to get from South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace without a car is to subway which takes 45m and costs £2 - £4.

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The subway from South Ealing station to Green Park station takes 26m including transfers and departs every five minutes.

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South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace bus services, operated by London Buses, depart from South Ealing station.

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South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace bus services, operated by London Buses, arrive at Hyde Park Corner station.

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Yes, the driving distance between South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace is 8 miles. It takes approximately 16m to drive from South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace.

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There are 9552+ hotels available in Buckingham Palace. Prices start at $83 USD per night.

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Map of how to get from South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace.
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  • Distance: 7.1 miles
  • Duration: 45m

What companies run services between South Ealing Station, England and Buckingham Palace, England?

You can take a bus from South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace via Gunnersbury, Kew Bridge National Rail Stn and Hyde Park Corner in around 1h 9m.

Train operators
London Underground (Tube)
Bus operators
London Buses
Phone
0343 222 1234
Website
tfl.gov.uk
Bus from South Ealing to Gunnersbury, Kew Bridge National Rail Stn
Ave. Duration
9m
Frequency
Every 10 minutes
Estimated price
$3
Website
Transport for London
Bus from Gunnersbury, Kew Bridge National Rail Stn to Hyde Park Corner
Ave. Duration
28m
Frequency
Hourly
Estimated price
$0
Website
Transport for London
Night bus from Ealing, South Ealing Road to Westminster Cathedral
Ave. Duration
48m
Frequency
Every 3 hours
Estimated price
$3
Website
Transport for London
Other operators
Taxi from South Ealing Station to Buckingham Palace
Ave. Duration
16m
Estimated price
$35 - $45
Com Cab
Phone
+44 20 7908 0271
Website
comcab-london.co.uk
Licenced London Taxi
Phone
+44 75 1905 5741
Website
licensedlondontaxi.co.uk

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