There are 3 ways to get from University of Surrey to King's Cross Station by train, subway, taxi or car

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Recommended option

Train, Tube  •  1 h 12 min

  1. Take the train from Guildford to London Waterloo
  2. Take the Tube from Waterloo Underground Station to Euston Underground Station Northern

$14 - $23

2 alternative options

Taxi  •  53 min

  1. Take a taxi from University of Surrey to King's Cross Station 35.7 miles

$160 - $200

Drive  •  53 min

  1. Drive from University of Surrey to King's Cross Station 35.7 miles

$7 - $12

Questions & Answers

The cheapest way to get from University of Surrey to King's Cross Station is to drive which costs £5 - £9 and takes 53 min.

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The quickest way to get from University of Surrey to King's Cross Station is to taxi which takes 53 min and costs £120 - £150.

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The distance between University of Surrey and King's Cross Station is 46 km. The road distance is 57 km.

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It takes approximately 1 h 12 min to get from University of Surrey to King's Cross Station, including transfers.

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What companies run services between University of Surrey, England and King's Cross Station, England?

There is no direct connection from University of Surrey to King's Cross Station. However, you can take the walk to Guildford, take the train to London Waterloo, take the walk to Waterloo Underground Station, take the Tube to Euston Underground Station, then take the walk to King's Cross Station. Alternatively, you can take the taxi to King's Cross Station.

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Taxi from University of Surrey to King's Cross Station
Ave. Duration
53 min
Estimated price
$160 - $200

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