Edinburgh To York Train

Edinburgh:

Edinburgh city is located in the central belt region of the country. City manages to combine both ancient and modern in a uniquely Scottish atmosphere. With contemporary avant-grade, it combines medieval relics, Georgian grandeur and powerful layer of modern life. Because of rich in association with the past and has many historic buildings, city became the first member of the UNESCO Creative Cities initiative when it was designed a City of Literature.

Main attractions of Edinburgh area are:

1. Inchcolm Abbey
2. Princes Street Gardens
3. Calton Hill
4. Palace of Holyroodhouse
5. The Edinburgh Dungeon
6. St. Giles Cathedral
7. SANDEMANs NEW Edinburgh
8. Dropkick Murphys Edinburgh
9. Dovecot Studios

York:

York city offers a wealth of pre-historic attractions, of which York Minister is the most prominent and a variety of cultural & sporting activities making it a popular tourist destination for millions.

York has two Universities:

1. University of York
2. York St John University

Main attractions in York area are:

1. York City Walls
2. Theatre Royal
3. Yorkshire Air Museum
4. Lost Earth Adventures
5. White Rose York
6. York Brewery
7. York Tap
8. Rafi's Spicebox Ltd
9. Vom Fass

Rail Transportation from Edinburgh to York:

Train services run between Edinburgh Waverley station to York city. The total journey time required to travel is 2 hour and 23 minutes for covering a distance of 259 kilometers.

Cross Country and East Coast are the service providers between Edinburgh and York. Train service offers a direct route between the destinations. There are plenty of trains on this route. Departure of trains from Edinburgh starts at around 09:00 a.m.  in the morning and lasts up to 04:30 p.m. in the evening. There is a variation in train tickets throughout the day from £34 (Minimum Price) to £83.52 (Maximum Price) with £44.24 (Average Price). East Coast operates three services each hour throughout the day and Cross Country trains also operate a regular service between Edinburgh and York. At high time in the morning around 07:00 a.m. there are two trains at the start of the day-one destined for Reading and one for Plymouth.

The busiest day on this journey is Monday and least busy day is Wednesday. Train services on this route as stated before offers a single direct route options from Edinburgh Waverley to York. Using this route one can reach York latest by 11:28 a.m. and last by 06:53 p.m. in the evening.

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