Hull To Cardiff Train

Hull:

Hull city is situated in the Northern England and has a moderate maritime climate which is conquered by the passage of mid-latitude depressions. One can avail public transport within the arena which is provided by East Yorkshire Motor Services (EYMS), Stagecoach and CT Plus. The weather is very fragile from day to day basis which serve as a unique attraction along with diverse range of cultures, music, arts to attract millions of tourists around the world every year.

Main sources of attractions of Hull region are:

1. Hull Tapestry
2. Hull Ice Arena
3. St. Mary the Virgin Church
4. Beauty969 (North Ferriby)
5. Monkey Bizness
6. Tokyo Hull
7. The Welly Club
8. The Sugar Mill Hull
9. St. Stephen's Shopping Centre

Transport in Hull:

East Yorkshire Motor Services provide public transport facilities in Hull.  Stagecoach bus services can be used for inter city transport and nearby areas. Bus and rail terminals are integrated in Hull Paragon Interchange, which is now the main transport hub of city. P&O ferries also provide services from Hull to Rotterdam and Zeebrugge.  

Cardiff:

Cardiff city is among the sunniest county towns of United Kingdom and inculcates a diverse range of communities & cultures also. City offers an extensive bus network linking all major routes of the arena to the airport and other major cities to facilitate number of tourists around the globe.

Main sources of attractions of Cardiff area are:

1. Caerphilly Mountain
2. Mermaid Quay
3. Llandaff Cathedral
4. St. Fagans: National History Museum
5. City Marshall Massage
6. Welsh National Opera
7. The Four Elms
8. Retro Cardiff
9. Castle Arcade

Transport in Cardiff:

Aquabus waterbus services are available every hour from city centre. Cycling is also promoted in Cardiff and it has more commuter than London who travels by cycle. Park and ride services are also popular in Cardiff.   

Rail Transportation from Hull to Cardiff:

Train services run between Hull to Cardiff Central Station. The total journey time required to travel is 4 hours and 49 minutes for covering a distance of 316 kilometers.

Northern Rail, First TransPennine Express, Cross Country and First Great Western are the service providers between Hull and Cardiff. UK Train services on this route may include 2 to 4 stops in between the destinations, depending upon the route options one chooses. Departure of trains from Hull starts at around 09:03 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 04:26 p.m.

There is a variation in tickets throughout the day from £51 (Minimum Price) to £123.50 (Maximum Price) with £115.23 (Average Price).
There are three routes options available for train transportation here. The busiest day on this journey is Sunday and least busy days are Wednesday & Friday. First train connection for this route is from Hull to Cardiff via Doncaster, Birmingham New Street and Bristol Parkway. Earliest departure time for this route is 09:57 a.m. and last train on this route is by 03:57 p.m. Train tickets varies throughout the day from £51.50 to £123.50 with average ticket charges of £113.04. Using this route one can reach Cardiff latest by 02:46 p.m. and lasts up to 08:49 p.m. Second route is of via Doncaster, Sheffield, Birmingham New Street and Bristol Parkway. Only train for this route departs at 04:26 p.m. and reaches Cardiff by 09:48 p.m. with ticket charges of £122.30. Last route for this train connection is via Sheffield and Bristol Parkway. Only train for this route departs at 09:03 a.m. from Hull and reaches Cardiff by 02:22 p.m. with ticket charges of £123.50.

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