Getting from Watford Junction to London Euston by train
London toes the line between modern and traditional. Enjoy everything the city has to offer by taking the
train from Watford to London and seeing landmarks like Big Ben and the London Eye.
Take a stroll through the city centre to engage in some retail therapy with world-famous stores and markets
or indulge in delectable dishes at one of its many international restaurants. Get straight to London with these
direct routes, arriving in Euston in no time.
You can get from Watford to London in as little as 15 minutes. Some trains may have more stops, so the
average journey takes about 20 minutes.
Find the cheapest train tickets from Watford Junction to London Euston
To make the most of your trip, you don’t want to spend all your budget on getting there. To help you
the most of your money, we offer a range of cheap train tickets and discounts to railcard holders, senior and group
travellers. Whether you’re travelling in Peak, Off-Peak or Super Off-Peak hours, our Best Fare Finder will
to find a ticket at the right price at a departure time that suits you.
Plus, if you’re heading away for a short break, we offer a range of 2for1 offers to attractions and events
so you can find a deal to make your visit really special. For regular travellers or commuters, we have a range of
season tickets, benefits and reward schemes that can help you save money, or even upgrade to First Class.
Travelling from Watford?
Watford is home to many parks, museums, and unique experiences.
Before you leave, make sure you experience Studio Tour London. Here, you can see props and sets from the
wildly-famous Harry Potter films. You can also immerse yourself in nature in Cassiobury Park, or learn more about
local history at Watford Museum.
Get to Watford Junction Station by car, bus, or by cycling. The 24-hour car pack offers long-term or
short-term parking. You can also get information about bus services at the station.
If you prefer to get to the station on two wheels, you can store your bicycle in the station forecourt
storage area. Buy your tickets at the ticket machine, get help at the ticket office, or pick up your tickets from
the prepurchase collection area.
Travelling to London?
Explore the history of this beautiful country and find fun and excitement at every turn in London. Explore
the city streets and you’ll likely find food from around the world, excellent shopping opportunities, and live
events around every corner.
For some British culture and culture from across the globe, visit Buckingham Palace or the British Museum.
You can even see panoramic views of the city at the London Eye observation wheel.
Once you arrive at London Euston Station, there is plenty of public transport. Head to the taxi rank
beneath the station for a ride to your destination. You can also go to the Euston bus station next to the railway
station for a ride. There are also rail replacement services at Platform 2.
If you cycle to the station, there is storage. Go to platform 18 at the buffer end, or West Colonnade
opposite Sainsbury's. More storage is alongside the station entrance, East Colonnade opposite M&S and to the rear of
Nandos and Cafe Rouge.
First Class Service
You can also start as you mean to go on by relaxing in the First Class Lounge at Euston as you wait to
board your train. All this can be yours for much less than you might think.
The lounge is on the upper level, same as the restaurants, and is open from 06:45 - 23:00 on weekdays,
06:45 - 21:30 on Saturdays, and 08:00 - 23:00 on Sundays. Lounges are exclusive to First Class riders and offer
Wi-Fi, drinks, and more.