Getting Here

By Road:

The A3 links Guildford directly to Portsmouth, London and the M25 (Junction 10), making it easily accessible. The M3 and A31 are also only a stone's throw away linking Guildford to the rest of the UK. 

For parking information Visit our Parking Pages or download The Official Guildford App  . The nearest electric car charging points to the town centre include G Live car park, Millbrook car park and Waitrose. 


By Air:

Centrally located between two major airports, Heathrow and Gatwick, both of which have direct public transport links to Guildford.

Visit National Express for coach links or National Rail for train connections. 


By Rail:

Guildford benefits from two train stations, both only a short walk from the town's shops and attractions. Frequent train services operate from Guildford Station to London Waterloo, with an average journey time of 35 minutes. Direct trains also run to a from other major hubs including Reading and Portsmouth.

Visit National Rail for train times and routes. 


By Bus:

Regular buses connect Guildford to the surrounding villages and further afield.

For timetables and information visit


Park & Ride:

Guildford is  well served by four Park and Ride services operating all-electric zero emission buses. Park free all day and only pay for the bus, either with cash or contactless payments. 


By Bike:

There are plenty of bike racks in and around the town. If you don't have your own bike, Brompton Bikes  can be hired from Guildford Station or hire an electric bike from Electric Bikes Guildford, Woodbridge Road. 



Guildford Tourist Information Centre has stock of maps of Guildford and the surrounding area, as well as bus and train timetables. For additional help before journey, do call 01483 444333 or email us for help and advice.