Windsor is close to the M4 motorway, near it's junction with the M25,
London 's orbital motorway. Leave the M4 at junction 6 onto the southbound
A355 (just follow the signs!). You'll be in Windsor in minutes.
Windsor has two railway stations, Windsor & Eton Central (also known
as Royal Windsor Station) and Windsor Riverside. They are only about half
a mile apart and both convenient for central Windsor. Strangely Windsor
Riverside is closer to Eton!
Heathrow to Windsor
There are basically 3 options for getting to Windsor from Heathrow. Taxi,
train and bus. Although convenient London's famous black cabs are an expensive
option as Windsor is outside the Metropolitan area and the standard fixed
rates don't apply. Expect to pay around £30 (GBP) for the journey.
British taxi drivers are generally honest but do agree the fare before
The Heathrow Express train service is a fast and frequent way of getting
to London Paddington Station, from where you can catch a train coming
back towards Windsor (see above). It's rather expensive and involves 3
Gatwick to Windsor
Train - take the Gatwick Express to Reading. Change at Reading onto any
train going to Slough. Change again at Slough onto the Windsor branch