Slash your emissions dramatically by catching one of our trains from Bangor to London’s Euston Station, and leaving behind a much cleaner CO2 footprint.

Travelling with friends? Why not consider our fantastic group travel discount, or for a family trip, we recommend the family and friends railcard.

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Attracting more than 30 million global visitors every year, London is arguably one of the world’s most important capital cities. With considerable influence in the arts, fashion, entertainment and a wide range of other sectors, London is home to numerous attractions, things to see and adventures to be enjoyed.

Successfully combining fun and education for all the family, London’s Sea Life Aquarium is a great place to start. This vast underwater experience brings you up close and personal with penguins, rays, sharks, and octopuses. See life on tropical reefs and take a wander through the hot and humid rainforest, where you’ll spot some real wildlife wonders.

The Aquarium has some very famous and hugely popular neighbours - Shrek, Donkey, and of course Puss in Boots! Shrek’s Adventure is a mad, interactive trip through Far Far Away where you can interact with the King of the Swamp and all his friends. Continuing the film star theme, visit Platform 9¾ at Kings Cross Station and have your picture taken as you push Harry Potter’s trolly through the wall! For Potter fans, this is a must-visit destination, with the on-site shop offering a magical experience for everyone.

Known everywhere for its retail, London’s Oxford Street is lined with all the big names you’d expect, including Selfridges, but for more upmarket stores, Harrods in Knightsbridge, Liberty in Regent Street, and Fortnum and Mason in Piccadilly are all wonderful stores to visit. Covent Garden, with its undercover market, is renowned for luxury goods and exclusive gifts. It’s also the perfect spot for lunch and offers a wide range of award-winning restaurants and bars set among the gorgeous arches and columns.

Many tourists head to the nearby West End to continue their retail experience. But the area is also home to museums, art galleries and theatres. While the more well-known museums, such as the Natural History, the Victoria and Albert, and the Science Museum, are located in South Kensington, there are some fascinating museums in the West End. The British Museum and the National Gallery are firm favourites with visitors, as is the fabulous Pollock's Toy Museum. Catch a show at the London Palladium, the Apollo, the Lycium, or any of the other 35 theatres in the West End alone!

Relax on the train home to Bangor, and reflect on your London adventure. Start planning your next trip by downloading our mobile app. This gives you access to timetables, money-saving special offers and allows you to book your tickets in an instant, including our popular Off-peak tickets.