megabus Routes around the UK

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megabus Routes around the UK.

The main departure points are as follows:

London Green Line Terminal

The megabus drop-off point in central London is the Green Line Bus Terminal, just across the road from Victoria Railway Station and about five minutes walk from Victoria Coach Station. From here, megabus operates over twenty low cost routes to towns and cities across England, Wales and Scotland.

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From Glasgow, megabus operates routes to five other Scottish towns and cities: Edinburgh, Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness. The bus stop is on North Hanover Street near to the Buchanan Bus Station and just across from the car park at Queen Street Railway Station.

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In Manchester, megabus routes run south to London as well as to Glasgow and several Scottish towns further north. The pick up point is at on Chorlton Street, just across the road from Manchester Central Coach Station.

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megabus operates two routes from Cardiff: to Swansea in south west Wales and to London. Buses pick up and drop off at the coach stop on the north side of Castle Street, in front of Cardiff Castle, and also at the bus stop on the west side of Park Place near Cathays Railway Station.


The Scottish capital has megabus connections to Glasgow, Perth, St. Andrews, Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness. Buses run from Waterloo Place, next to Regent Road at the top of Leith Street and from Charlotte Square Middle Stop between Hope Street and South Charlotte Square.





A map showing which UK towns and cities megabus operates low cost intercity bus routes between