There are 6 ways to get from The O2 Arena to Battersea by subway, ferry, taxi, car, foot or bike
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Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from The O2 Arena to Battersea is to drive which costs £1 - £3 and takes 23 min.
The quickest way to get from The O2 Arena to Battersea is to Tube which costs £2 - £4 and takes 17 min.
The distance between The O2 Arena and Battersea is 7 miles. The road distance is 10.9 miles.
The Tube from North Greenwich Underground Station to Westminster Underground Station takes 13 min including transfers and departs every five minutes.
Yes, there is a direct ferry departing from North Greenwich Pier and arriving at Battersea Power Station Pier station. Services depart five times a day, and operate Monday to Friday. The journey takes approximately 59 min.
What companies run services between The O2 Arena, England and Battersea, England?
London Underground (Tube) operates a vehicle from The O2 Arena to Battersea every 5 minutes. Tickets cost $3 - $5 and the journey takes 13 min.
Subway from North Greenwich Underground Station to Westminster Underground Station
- Ave. Duration
- 13 min
- Every 5 minutes
- Estimated price
- $3 - $5
- Schedules at
Bike from Lancaster Drive, Blackwall to Austin Road, Battersea Park
- Ave. Duration
- 58 min
- On demand
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