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Travelling by Car
The dual carriageway A14 links Huntingdon with the A1 to the North and London in the South. The A14 also links the area with Cambridge, Suffolk, Norfolk and offers easy access to the ports of East Anglia such as Harwich and Felixstowe.
There are a number of short and long stay car parks in Huntingdon. Further details on parking in Huntingdon can be found at www.huntingdonshire.gov.uk
Travelling by Bus
Huntingdon’s bus station is situated on the ring road and accessed from Princes Street. There are regular bus services to Cambridge, Peterborough, St Ives and St Neots.
The Guided Bus Service introduced in recent years has reduced travelling time between Huntingdon and Cambridge.
Most buses are provided by Stagecoach in Huntingdonshire or Go Whippet.
Travelling by Train
Huntingdon station is on the East Coast Main Line with services every half hour to London King’s Cross and Peterborough.
Trains into London take around an hour (extra services during peak times are faster), and it’s 15 minutes to Peterborough, where passengers can connect with fast trains north.
Huntingdon town centre is about ten minutes’ walk from the station.