Make sure your journey to the Summer Series at Somerset House is hassle-free this year by travelling to the festival with Megabus. Dodge the congestion charge, spare yourself the headache of parking, and choose our comfortable coaches to get to this incredible open-air venue in the heart of London.
This year, Somerset House Series will host some of the most talented artists of the moment, including Laura Mvula, Everything Everything, James Morrison, Hiatus Kaiyote and Jack Savoretti. Stretching across 10 days, the festival is famed for its gorgeous setting in an eighteenth century courtyard close to the banks of the Thames.
Book yourself a return journey to London with Megabus, travelling direct from 66 locations across the UK including Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Swansea, Manchester, York and Edinburgh. Arriving at Victoria Coach station, simply take the District and Circle line from Victoria tube station to Temple, followed by a 5 minute stroll to Somerset House on the Strand, alongside the banks of the Thames.
If you’re staying in the Capital for a few days or more, you’ll probably need a decent sized suitcase. With Megabus, you get a generous 20kg luggage allowance as standard – so you don’t need to worry about packing light.
Festival location: Somerset House, London
Megabus stop: London
Date: 7th – 17th July 2016
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