Virgin Trains


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Euston,London NW1 2RS,UK, NW1 2RS

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Virgin Trains

Euston,London NW1 2RS,UK
+44 845 722 2333


3 out of 5 based on 30 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Virgin Trains

4.0 out of 5 12 June 2014
by Chris T.

A great train company to use to get to Manchester in 2 hours and 9 minutes on there pretty cool pendolino trains, if you book in advance you can get one ways from £19 each plus you can upgrade to there plush 1st class cabin for £15 at weekends, Virgin Trains staff seem friendly enough, Euston Station really needs a makeover though!more

4.0 out of 5 17 April 2014
by Jared K.

We decided to take the train from London to Glasgow on our whirlwind UK vacation. I had booked my tickets on Virgin through and picked them up from Victoria Station (we were in the neighborhood) the day before the trip, which made things super easy. I had booked us airline-style seats because I didn't want to have any awkward interactions with strangers at the shared tables. To my...more

2.0 out of 5 24 September 2013
by Yinnie C.

Sunday morning early train up to Glasgow at 8.30am, was pretty peaceful, until we got to Preston. Then all hell broke loose and also the need to use extra special hearing to hear what the scottish driver (they must have switched) was saying.

But let's talk about Preston. No, not that silly dude from Celebrity Big Brother ages ago, who married Chantelle something, who was a Jordan wannabe and...more

3.0 out of 5 21 September 2013
by Joss K.

Second class is a cluster, with people taking over reserved seats without so much as a thought. It was a mess.

First class, however, is worth the upgrade, especially if you snag a good advance purchase deal. Travellers respect their own seat reservations! Full hot breakfast and dinners on offer, or, if you take a midday service like I did, light meals and snacks are complimentary throughout...more

2.0 out of 5 19 February 2013
by Colleen C.






Why Virgin. WHY? WTF.

I had a reservation + e-ticket for my train from London to Glasgow. I'm getting my affairs in order Sunday evening and realize that I MUST print my e-ticket and bring it to the station.

What? really? C'mon. There are NO ticketing stations/machines where I can print my ticket? Bogus.

From website: e-tickets (self-print)

It's yet...more