Travel to Leeds
Leeds sits in the heart of the UK and is easy to reach by Road, Rail and Air.
There are many trains running to Leeds the high speed trains can get you from London in just over 2 hours 30 minutes.
Use the links below to find a train service to get you here:
Cross Country Trains: regular services from across South West England and the Midlands.
East Coast: fast and frequent, offering direct and convenient passenger rail links, from London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle.
East Midlands Trains: regular high speed trainsÂ from London every hour will speed you to Leeds in a undr 3 hours.
First TransPennine Express: direct services into the region from Liverpool, Manchester Airports, Newcastle and Middlesbrough
Coaches to Leeds
National Express Coaches run regular direct services from London to Leeds. The M1 motorway allows a direct link from London to Leeds, and coaches will take around 4 hours to make this journey.
From the South: the M1 and A1 provide excellent links.
From the South West: the M5 and M42 link to the M1.
From Wales: use motorway connections from the M6 from North Wales and the M4 from South Wales.
From the Midlands: the M6 provides links to the M62, taking you right into the heart of Yorkshire. Alternatively the M1 provides excellent access from all over the Midlands.
From the North West: the M62 brings you right into the heart of Yorkshire and speeds you to the A1.
From the North East: the A1 serves as the main route into Yorkshire.
From Scotland: access to Yorkshire is made easy via the A1 from Edinburgh.
Flights to Leeds Bradford International Airport are available from London Gatwick, Bristol, Newquay, Plymouth, Exeter, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Isle of Man, Southampton, Belfast City & International Airport & Dublin.
As an International Airport you can arrive direct to Leeds from many countries around the world, see a list of places served by Leeds Bradford Airport.