Leeds To Cardiff Train

Leeds:

Leeds city is the third largest manufacturing center of UK and more than 50% of the UK’s manufacturing base is within a two hour derive of Leeds. Along with this, it inculcates large sub-sectors of engineering, printing & publishing, food & drink, chemicals and medical technology. Tourists can explore the scrolling arena with public transport developed by West Yorkshire Metro with most of the service information governed by Leeds City Council and West Yorkshire Metro.

Main sources of attractions for Leeds area are:

1. Thackray Medical Museum
2. Leeds and Liverpool Canal
3. Tropical World
4. Yeadon Tarn
5. Locked In Games
6. Hyde Park Picture House
7. The East Village
8. New Inn Calverley
9. Victoria Quarter

Transport in Leeds:

Leeds is the most car dependent city in UK, although rail and bus services are also available. West Yorkshire metro provide public transport in Leeds area. Arriva Yorkshire and FirstBus are major bus service providers in Leeds. Metro trains are operated by National Rail from Leeds railway station.

Cardiff:

Cardiff city is famous among the other cities of the country for long linguistic history with Welsh, English, Latin, Norse and Norman paramount at different times. Tourists can easily avail Cycling in Cardiff to explore the marry time arenas like parks, museums, landmarks with 94 kilometers long bay dedicated to cycling only.

Main sources of attractions for Cardiff region are:

1. Cefn Mably Farm Park
2. River Taff
3. Rhondda Heritage Park
4. St. David's Cathedral
5. Peterstone Lakes Golf Club
6. Delta Force Paintball Cardiff
7. The Glee Club
8. Church Inn Llanishen
9. Cardiff Bay

Transport in Cardiff:

Suburban rail network by Arriva connect Central and Queen Street stations to around 100 other stations. Bus services are very comprehensive in Leeds and are owned by Cardiff bus. Megabus UK to London and Newcastle are available that runs via Birmingham and Manchester.


Rail Transportation from Leeds to Cardiff:

Train services run between Leeds Station to Cardiff Central. The total journey time required to travel is 4 hours and 10 minutes for covering a distance of 280 kilometers.

Arriva Train, Cross Country, First Great Western and First TransPennine Express are the service providers between Leeds and Cardiff. Train services on this route may include 1 to 3 stops in between the destinations, depending upon the route options one chooses. Departure of trains from Leeds starts at around 09:11 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 01:15 p.m. There is a variation in tickets throughout the day from £40 (Minimum Price) to £117 (Maximum Price) with £90.78 (Average Price). for best prices on train tickets you can book in advance. 

There are three routes options available for train transportation here. The busiest days for this journey are Sunday & Monday and least busy day is Tuesday. First train connection for this route is from Leeds to Cardiff via Manchester Piccadilly. Earliest departure time for this route is 09:24 a.m. and last train on this route is by 12:20 p.m. using this route one can reach Cardiff latest by 01:37 p.m. and lasts up to 04:37 p.m. Second route is of via Bristol Parkway. Train tickets charges vary throughout the day from £54.50 to £115 and £117 for rest of the train departures. Using this route one can reach Cardiff latest by 01:21 p.m. and lasts up to 05:22 p.m. Last route for this train connection is via Doncaster, Birmingham New Street and Bristol Parkway. Only train for this route departs at 01:15 p.m. from Leeds and reaches Cardiff by 05:46 p.m. with ticket charges of £117.

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