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Overland services run from the south of England to Charing Cross. Once you arrive it takes less than five minutes to get to Covent Garden, even for the most sluggish pedestrian. Each of the other major London termini have a connecting bus service which will transfer you here.
There is no overland train station in Covent Garden; the nearest mainline station is at Charing Cross which is a five minutes walk from the Covent Garden piazza. The main line stations in London are:

Charing Cross
Less than 5 minute walk to Covent Garden
Waterloo
Northern line or Bakerloo line. Two stops northbound to Charing Cross
St Pancras International (King’s Cross St Pancras)
Eurostar services from France and Belgium. Three stops on the Piccadilly line southbound to Covent Garden
London Bridge
Train service to Charing Cross every 2 to 5 minutes
Kings Cross & St Pancras
Piccadilly line southbound to Covent Garden tube (three stops)
Euston
Bakerloo line southbound to Charing Cross or Bakerloo line to Piccadilly Circus and change to Piccadilly line northbound to Covent Garden tube
Paddington
Bakerloo Line southbound to Piccadilly Circus then change to Piccadilly Line eastbound to Leicester Square or Covent Garden approximately (20 minutes).
Victoria
Victoria line northbound 1 stop to Green Park then change to Piccadilly line northbound 2 stops to Covent Garden

For more information all about train services, please visit National Rail Enquiries (new window)

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