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Home > Порт "Southampton/London, Great Britain"
The Port of Southampton is the UK's largest passenger (ferry and cruise) port and the second largest cargo port. The city is located at the confluence of the Itchen and Test rivers, on the banks of the Te Solent Strait.
 
Address: Herbert Walker Avenue, Southampton SO15 1.
 
Terminals: The Southampton cruise port is very easily accessible. The city is located on the central south coast of England and has excellent road and rail links to other major UK cities. The cruise port consists of two docks (east and west) with 4 passenger terminals (Ocean Cruise Terminal, City Cruise Terminal, Mayflower Cruise Terminal, QEII Cruise Terminal) and 4 berths.
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From airports to port
- From Southampton Airport
 
  - The best way to order a transfer from the manager of Fort Gates Ukraine.
  - You can also book a group transfer from the cruise company with the manager of Fort Gates Ukraine.
  - Order a taxi
  - Take the U1C bus to Ocean Cruise Terminal. Travel time by bus is about an hour.
 
- From Heathrow Airport
  - The best way to order a transfer from the manager of For Gates Ukraine (160 Euro 1-3 passengers).
  - You can also book a group transfer from the cruise company with the manager of For Gates Ukraine.
  - Order a taxi
  - By National Express bus from stop 14
 
- From Gatwick Airport (London)
  - The best way to order a transfer from the manager of For Gates Ukraine (160 Euro 1-3 passengers).
  - You can also book a group transfer from the cruise company with the manager of Fort Gates Ukraine.
  - Order a taxi
  - By National Express bus in 2 hours 30 minutes.
  - By train, travel time without changes is 1 hour 50 minutes. Southampton Rail Station is a half hour walk from the cruise terminal.
 
Port to London
- The shuttle bus departs from the National Express station, which is about 30 minutes from the cruise terminal. The bus arrives at Victoria Station near Buckingham Palace.
- The train, which departs from the Southampton Central train station, which is about 50 minutes on foot. The train arrives at London Waterloo station, which is located near the Ferris wheel and Westminster Bridge. Travel time is approximately 1 hour 35 minutes.
 
 
If the ship's parking is less than 6 hours, it makes no sense to go to London. Winchester is 20 km away. You can get there by train in 20 minutes. Or to the town of Salisbury, which is 37 km. Travel time is half an hour. Salisbury is a 30-minute drive from the famous Stonehenge Stones.
Southampton
 
SeaCity Museum. This multimillion dollar museum opened in 2012 to mark the 100th anniversary of the departure of RMS Titanic from Southampton, SeaCity is housed in a revamped wing of the Civic Center complex that once housed a police station and magistrates' court.
 
Mayflower Theater. One of the main cultural attractions for Southampton is its 2,300-seat theater, which has reopened since it reopened as an Imperial Theater in 1928. The Mayflower is the building that hosted The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, and Queen in 1950 and 1986, and is currently dominated by theatrical productions and musicals such as the film adaptation of Kite Runner, War Horse, Blood Brothers, and Full Monty.
 
Southampton City Art Gallery. The Southampton City Art Gallery was founded at the Art Deco Civic Center in 1939. The gallery houses the "Special Collection", which is considered one of the strongest in the south of England and consists of 5,000 pieces spanning eight centuries.
 
Medieval merchant house. The Medieval Merchant's House is an English heritage site, near downtown Southampton. It was built in 1290 by John Fortin, a merchant who traded with Aquitaine, and after centuries of changes, the damage in World War II has revealed its medieval origin. On the ground floor you can look around the bedrooms equipped with replicas of medieval furniture, but with logs that bear traces of the manufacturer hundreds of years ago.
 
Manor Pharm. Perched on the edge of a nature reserve on the west bank of the Humble River, Manor Farm Country Park is a rural family day out on an idyllic Victorian farm. You can spot domestic animals such as sheep, chickens, draft horses, cows, donkeys and pigs, and also learn about on-farm activities such as milking, shearing sheep, and working on the combine.
 
New Forest National Park. Whether you are traveling by road or ferry to Hight, one of the UK's most beloved national parks is less than ten miles from Southampton and contains the largest preserved tracts of unenclosed grassland, wasteland and woodland in the southeast of England.
 
London
Hyde Park. The most famous park in London and one of the largest. The park is of historical importance and has held a number of demonstrations and protests, including protests by suffragettes. Here you can go boating, see swans and get some fresh air in the city center.
 
Westminster. It is considered the political center of London and is the home of the Parliament and the world famous Big Ben. "Big Ben" is the name of the bell located on the iconic clock tower. You can also find Westminster Abbey here. When visiting these attractions, be sure to stop at Parliament Square, which displays statues of important political figures, including Nelson Mandela and Winston Churchill.
 
London Eye. A giant Ferris wheel offering great views of the city. At night, the wheel is illuminated and is the centerpiece of London`s annual New Year`s fireworks display.
 
Shorditch. One of London`s trendiest neighborhoods and has undergone extensive regeneration. It is now one of the hottest nightlife spots in the city and one of the coolest vacation spots in London. It is full of bars and eateries. It is the perfect place to spend your day or evening.
 
Hampstead Heath. One of the largest parks in London, covering 790 acres of land. It is located on one of the highest points in London, offering magnificent views of the city from Parliament Hill. This is the best place to experience the nature of London with lots of wildlife around and small forests to get lost in.
 
Baker Street One of London's main cultural attractions is Baker Street, best known as the street where Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective Sherlock Holmes lived. Madame Tussauds is just around the corner, the world famous wax museum where you can pose with your favorite celebrities.
 
Oxford Street. It is not only the main shopping center in London, but also the busiest shopping street in Europe. It has 300 stores and receives over 500,000 visitors every day.
 
Leicester Square. Walk in the footsteps of Hollywood stars by visiting Leicester Square. The square is known for the premieres of films for the biggest blockbusters. In fact, the square has been a London hotspot since 1670 and an entertainment hub since the 19th century. The square is surrounded by many cinemas with the largest screens in the city, as well as many restaurants. The garden in the center of the square is ideal for chilling out in the summer or relaxing after a long day of exploring London.
 
Platform 9 ¾. King`s Cross is one of the city's busiest places with a train station that has been open since 1852 and serves most of the country. But for many people in King`s Cross is best known around the world for something else: the station that Harry Potter uses to travel to Hogwarts. You can now visit Platform 9 ¾ in real life, at King`s Cross train station.
 
Buckingham Palace - The palace has been home to the British royal family since 1837. It has 775 rooms and the largest private garden in London. Part of the palace is open to visitors, so you can see a small piece of royal life. Outside, see the world famous changing of the guard. This procedure takes place several times a day and provides an excellent opportunity to witness the historical tradition and utmost discipline of the Royal Guard.
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