Leeds To Hull Train

Leeds:

Leeds in West Yorkshire, England is a tourist destination. It has gotten a few honors in the field of tourism, including being voted by Condé Nast Traveler magazine Readers' Awards as the "UK's most loved city" in 2004, "Best English city to visit outside London" in 2005, "Visitor city of the year" by The Good Britain Guide in 2005 and was depicted as an extraordinary spot to visit by Rough Guide in 2008. The city is recorded in the book 501 Must Visit Cities.

Transport:

Leeds has numerous transport links by which travelers can arrive. The city is served by Leeds Bradford International Airport, which has direct connections to most major British and European airplane terminals and a few direct connections further away from homeland. Leeds railway station is one of the UK's main railway stations and links to local towns and urban areas, and numerous significant cities. The cities principle tourist data office is located at the railway station. The closest port is the Port of Hull, with traveler connections with Zeebrugge and Rotterdam. Leeds is connected by motorways in all directions by the M1 (South), M62 (East and West) and the A1(m) (North and South). National Express connects the city and Megabus coaches all major UK cities.

Attractions in Leeds are:

1. Roundhay Park
2. Temple Newsam
3. Thackray Museum
4. Leeds City Museum
5. Lotherton Hall

Hull:

Kingston upon Hull has a long oceanic history. Fishing and whaling were the essential activities and it remains a major seaport. Walls and a canal once surrounded the Old Town, lying between the River Humber and River Hull. It has held it’s medieval and 17c cobbled streets and hotels. The greater part of Hull's docks were built along the east wall in the Georgian period.

Transport:

Hull Paragon Interchange, opened on 16 September 2007, is the city's transport center point, joining the principle bus and rail termini in a coordinated complex. It is relied upon to have 24,000 individuals passing through the complex every day. From the railway terminus, services run to certain different parts of the UK.

Attractions in Hull are:

1. Fort Paull
2. Hull New Theatre
3. Hull Truck Theatre
4. Ferens Art Gallery
5. Arctic Corsair

Train services between Leeds & Hull:

Major rail provider between Leeds and Hull is Northern Rail trains. The distance between Leeds and Hull is 79 km, which takes 1 hour and 34 minutes to complete. Average price for Leeds to Hull train starts from 10.25 GBP and can be booked online at Cheaptraintickets.co.uk.

Stops:

Leeds to Selby to Hull: It takes 1 hour and 34 minutes to finish the journey with a fare price of £10.25 to £41.00

Trains between Leeds and Hull begin operations every weekday just before 9:30 a.m. and terminate services just after 1:00 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 the 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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