How Do I Get to Bluewater?

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If you are travelling on the M25, you need to follow signs to Dartford Crossing; the signpost is along the entire length of the M25 in both directions. Look out for Junction 2 (A2/M2), and then follow the signs to Blue water.
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How to get to Blue waters, Greenhithe, Kent DA9 9ST Y, to go there by car you can program your satnav device and use the post code DA9 9ST, it will guide directly. If travelling on M25 follow signs to Dartford crossing on both directions, then look out for junction 2, A2/M2. M25 is numbered clockwise from Dartford ? J1 through to A13, J 30. By coach you can use National Express which has a daily regular service to blue waters from London?s Victoria coach you can Call 08717 818181 for inquiries. To travel by train you can use UK?s high speed train from St Pancras to Ebbs fleet.
There are a number of ways to get to Bluewater, including through a specially designated Bluewater coach park which can accommodate over 50 coaches at any time. Besides that, there are over 60 buses which connect with other routes.
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