Kingston Area Guide
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This pretty and ancient market town is leafy commuter territory, popular amongst families and professionals alike, and has shopping to rival central London. It has an abundance of leisure facilities, restaurants and cafés, and stretches along one of the most scenic sections of the River Thames.
Kingston has excellent links to central London, and easy access to the A3 and M25.
Kingston & Norbiton stations provide direct and regular fast (25 minute) national rail services to London Waterloo
The area has an exceptional bus network, with a regular service provided by more than 40 routes, and enable quick and easy travel throughout south west London (57) and Surrey (406 & 515).
The A3 provides an excellent link into central London, and access to the West and South West is via the M3 and M25.
Kingston is renowned for its excellent selection of primary & secondary schools, and is also home to Kingston University.
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