Leicester To Newcastle Train

Leicester:

The Retail Shopping League of England ranked Leicester in 13th place in 2008. It contains two major shopping centers the Haymarket shopping Centre opened in 1974 and the Highcross Leicester opened in 2008. The city celebrates Diwali Festival on a larger base, and is the only country outside India who celebrates this festival. It also bears a number of department stores including:

1. Fenwick,
2. House of Fraser,
3. John Lewis,
4. Dunelm Mill,
5. Debenhams.

Main tourist attraction points in the Leicester city are:

1. National Space Centre,
2. New Walk Museum,
3. Newarke Houses,
4. Abbey Pumping Station,
5. Watermead Country Park,
6. Jewry Wall Museum,
7. King Power Stadium,
8. Church of St Mary de Casro, Leicester,
9. Abbey de la Zouch Castle.
10. Haymarket Memorial Clock Tower.

Newcastle:

Newcastle got its spot in the list of “Country’s Top Ten Night Spots”. Also the Britain’s “Rough Guide” ranked its nightlife as Great Britain’s number 1 tourist attraction and also been awarded in the third place after London and Berlin by “Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Destination Awards for European Nightlife Destinations”. It consists of many museums and galleries such as:

1. Centre for Life,
2. Discovery Museum,
3. Great North Museum,
4. Newcastle upon Tyne Museum of Antiquities,
5. Seven Stories Museum,
6. Laing Art Gallery,
7. Beamish Museum.

The main sources of tourist attraction in the Newcastle area are:

1. Theatre Royal, Newcastle,
2. Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre,
3. Church of St Thomas the Martyr,
4. Newcastle City Hall,
5. The Castle, Newcastle,
6. Jesmond Dene House,
7. Newcastle Cathedral,
8. The Angel of the North,
9. Metro Radio Arena.
10. Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Train Services from Leicester to Newcastle:

Services from Leicester railway station to Newcastle railway station are provided by East Midlands with one change at London St Pancras. The time period required to travel a total space of 362 kilometers from Leicester to Newcastle takes around 12 hours and 18 minutes.

Maximum number of times these services are used by passengers on Sundays and Mondays with 18% and 17% passengers, while merely 10% passengers used these services on Wednesdays. Likewise passengers travelling throughout the week, there is likewise a big fluctuation in an average fare price of £29.32 throughout the day from a maximum of £68 at 1:56 p.m. to minimum of £11.90 from 9:26 a.m. to 10:24 a.m.  

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