Southampton to London

The route Southampton to London is quite trafficked.

From Southampton to London, there are about 80 miles, hence it takes about 2 hours and 15 minutes by car, traffic depending. During the rush hours, M3 can get busy.

Noted as the cruise capital of Europe, Southampton is a port city located on the south coast of England, therefore has over 4 million visitors yearly.

Top 5 attractions in Southampton

The SeaCity Museum, famous for the interactive model of the Titanic, which departed Southampton in 1912, is a modern state-of-art museum, situated in the Cultural Quarter.

Tudor House and Garden is the main historic building in Southampton, with over 800 years of history. It was opened to the public in 1912 and designated as a world heritage site in 1953.

Southampton town walls are some of England most preserved walls and can be seen at Western Esplanade, Town Quay. Tourists can visit all year, especially in the summer, because of the better weather.

Southampton City Art Gallery is worldwide known for its collection from 8 centuries, from the Renaissance to the present day.

Manor Farm Country Park, also known as Upper Hamble Country Park is a historic farm, a space to relax and enjoy the open space, which runs along the river Hamble.

If you arrive in Southampton by ship and you want to travel further, or even if it happens to be there, make sure you visit first it’s beautiful and historical sites while you are there.

Coming from Southampton to London, you can choose the train, bus or coach,  a minicab will do too. Whatever suits you best, make sure you plan in advance.