Leicester To Birmingham Train

Leicester:

Placed in the East Midlands, Leicester is one of England's biggest and oldest urban communities. Today, its Roman legacy is met with a lively and multicultural feel. With various differing attractions, visitors will have bounty to explore. While some may need to visit the National Space Center, which is home to the UK's biggest planetarium, others may like to ride one of Leicester's open-top tour buses for an unwinding yet stimulating outing around the city. For some of Leicester's more authentic historic points, then don't miss the Leicester Cathedral, the Town Hall and the Haymarket Memorial Clock Tower. Innumerable of the city's museums offer free entry, the Jewry Wall Museum among them, whose grounds contain a piece of the Roman town's open ways and is positively justified regardless of a visit.

Attractions in Leicester are:

1. Bradgate Park
2. New Walk Museum
3. National Space Centre
4. Leicester Guildhall
5. Curve
6. Abbey Pumping Station
7. Newarke Houses Museum

Birmingham:

Birmingham, Britain's second biggest city, has turned into a significant objective for shopping because of the new Bullring complex, and brags a diverse arts scene. Birmingham has experienced a somewhat sensational change as of late, and is just keeping on arranging and re-create all through the city. New augmentations incorporate expansive recreation complexes, multiscreen films, as well as high-class restaurants and bistros. It additionally has various extraordinary galleries, the best of which are the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, a Custar Factory, the Railway Museum and the Black Country Living Museum. One of the UK's most vivacious city, Birmingham's nightlife coddles all tastes and has a great unrecorded music scene, with remarkable groups playing at the Carling Academy and NIA most evenings.

Public transport in Birmingham is under West Midlands Passenger transport executive. Bus services are used by most of the people and there are around 50 bus operators available. National Express West Midland is largest bus operator. Along with this train services are also available.

Attractions in Birmingham are:

1. National Exhibition Centre
2. Thinktank
3. National Sea Life
4. Cadbury World
5. Birmingham Back to backs

Train services between Leicester & Birmingham:

Distance between Leicester and Birmingham is 55 km. Cross-country trains provide a direct association in the middle of Leicester and Birmingham that usually takes less than an hour. The main train departs at 06:16 am and runs until 10:49 pm The Saturday service runs somewhere around 05:49 am and 10:16 pm, while on Sundays the first train departs at a marginally later time of 11:19 am, running until 10:19 pm. Kindly note that there are no top times on this association.

Stops:

Leicester to Birmingham New Street: it takes 50 minutes to complete the journey with a fare price of 8.30 GBP to 12.90 GBP.

The busiest travel days are Sundays and Mondays with 19% to 18% travellers and other days have fewer travelers. There are many types of fares available for purchase from cross-country rail provider. Passengers can purchase Anytime, Season, Off Peak, or Advance tickets and save some cash. Food and beverages are also available at some additional cost.

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