Bristol To Hull Train

Bristol:

In Bristol, you'll discover the stories of yesterday are still being retold even today. Stories that began with humble beginnings have developed to unbelievable extents. Like the recording sessions that generated a musical development. On the other hand the outdated race track that developed into NASCAR's most loved track. The unofficial capital of the West Country of England is Bristol. It positions fourth in England's top tourist destination. The best time to visit is in the mid year when major celebrations are held in the city. The city is known for its Georgian and Victorian architecture, underground music and street art.

Transport:

It's very simple to get around Bristol by transport, with a lot of quick and advantageous services available from all key areas. Bristol is at the center point of the national rail network in the West of England. First Great Western and other major train operators provide services to local, regional and intercity connections from Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station and Bristol Parkway Railway Station.

Attractions in Bristol are:

1. Clifton Suspension Bridge
2. SS Great Britain
3. Bristol Zoo
4. At- Bristol
5. Cabot Tower
6. St Mary Redcliffe

Hull:

The fields in Hull are best for cycling, strolling and picnics. The peaceful roads and endless ways meander through delicate unspoilt countryside a world far from the stress of every day life. Yet, with welcoming villages and traditional hotels dotting the scene, there are lots of opportunities for time passing. If city life is more your thing then, there's bounty to do here too, a spot of shopping, a visit to one of 8 free museums. Head to one of the 5 main parks and plan a picnic and spend some quality time with the family or explore the city and walk the fascinating fish trail.

Transport:

Humberside Airport, which is 32 km away in Lincolnshire, is the nearest airport in Hull.  It provides a couple of charter flights and additionally has high-frequency flights to Amsterdam with KLM and Aberdeen with Eastern Airways every day. Robin Hood Airport gives a more extensive choice of charter flights, it’s in South Yorkshire which is 77 km from Hull city area and it also provides a number of cheap flights to certain European destinations. The closest airport with intercontinental flights is Leeds Bradford International Airport.

Attractions in Hull are:

1. Skidby Windmill
2. Ferens Art Gallery
3. Fort Paull
4. Hull Maritime Museum
5. Humber Bridge
6. The Deep

Train services between Bristol & Hull:

Major rail providers between Bristol and Hull are Cross Country, Northern Rail and First Great Western trains. The distance between Bristol and Hull is 296 km, which takes 4 hours and 36 minutes to complete. Average price for Bristol to Hull train starts from 103.50 GBP.

Stops:

1. Bristol Temple Meads to Sheffield to Hull: It takes 4 hours and 36 minutes to finish the journey with a fare price of 103.50 GBP to 115.00 GBP.

2. Bristol Temple Meads to Bristol Parkway to London Paddington to London Kings Cross to Hull: It takes 5 hours and 16 minutes to finish the journey with a fare price of 152.60 GBP.

Trains to Hull from Bristol begin operations every weekday just before 9:30 a.m. and terminate services just after 10:00 p.m. once in every hour. The busiest travel days are Sundays and Mondays with 21% and 17% travellers and other days have fewer travelers.

There are many types of fares available for purchase from all the rail providers. Passengers can purchase Anytime, Season, Off Peak, or Advance tickets and save some cash. Food and beverages are also available at some additional cost.

Cheapest Train Tickets

Source
     
Destinatoin
    Price
London
to
Manchester
New Castle
to
Leeds
Birmingham
to
Edinburgh
Birmingham
to
London
Leeds
to
Manchester
Manchester
to
London
Bristol
to
Brighton
Liverpool
to
Birmingham
We will place cookies on your computer to make your visit to our site better. To find out more about our cookies, see our cookie policy.