Going from London to Canterbury by bus is an easy journey. There are buses from London's Victoria Coach Station to Canterbury every day and roughly one per hour. The journey time is usually about two hours. The coach station in Canterbury is in St George's Lane, right in the city centre. There are some cheap fares available on some services, and an early start will mean you're able to spend all day visiting Canterbury – but note that the last bus back is in the early evening, so you should pre-book your seat and be sure not to miss the bus.
To find current timetables and fares for the National Express services going to Brighton from London by bus, visit the National Express website.
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