Hull To Oxford Train

Hull:

Hull officially known as the ‘Kingston upon Hull’ is situated at the junction of river Hull and Humber to build a quay. City was home to many renowned painters, artists and royal academicians like John Ward and David Remfry.  City attracts number of tourists around the world via wide range of museums, arts, cultures and buildings also.

Main sources of attractions of Hull region are:

1. Ferens Art Gallery
2. Skidby Windmill
3. Hull History Centre
4. Hull Ice Arena
5. Kinderland
6. Tokyo Hull
7. The Mission
8. Garbos
9. Treat Box

Oxford:

Oxford city and its surrounding villages & towns are famous for producing many successful bands and musicians in UK. City is also the home to several brass bands, notably ‘The City of Oxford Silver Band’ founded in 1887. Musical arena attracts hundred thousands of tourists every year via wide range of theatres, arts, music festivals and clubs as well.

Main sources of attractions for Oxford area are:

1. Oxford Visitor Information Centre
2. Rhodes House
3. The Ultimate Picture Palace
4. Mini Factory Tour
5. Oxford Wine Cafe
6. Bar Aroma
7. O'Neills Oxford
8. Darn It & Stitch
9. Shop at the Old Fire Station

Rail Transportation from Hull to Oxford:

Train services run between Hull to Oxford station. The total journey time required to travel is 3 hours and 43 minutes for covering a distance of 230 kilometers. The busiest days for this journey are Sunday & Monday and least busy day is Wednesday.

Cross Country, East Coast, Northern Rail, First Great Western and First TransPennine Express are the service providers between Hull to Oxford. Train services on this route include 1 to 4 stops in between the destinations. Departure of trains from Hull starts at around 09:57 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 04:57 p.m. There is a variation in tickets throughout the day from £84.20 (Minimum Price) to £119 (Maximum Price) with £112.52 (Average Price). You can find complete timetable and price at National Rail official site.

There are four route options available for train transportation here. First, train connection is via London Kings Cross, London Paddington and Reading. Only train for this route departs at 04:12 p.m. and reaches Oxford by 08:34 p.m. with ticket charges of £119 only. Second route is via Doncaster as in between station. Trains on this connection start from 09:57 a.m. and lasts up to 03:57 p.m. in the evening. Third route is via Doncaster, London Kings Cross, London Paddington and Reading. Only train for this route departs at 04:12 p.m. and reaches Oxford by 08:34 p.m. with ticket charges of £119 only. One can also avail trains from Hull to Oxford via Doncaster and Sheffield. Only train for this route departs at 04:26 p.m. and reaches Oxford by 08:39 p.m. with ticket charges of £104 only.


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