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Getting to Leeds

Located at the very heart of the UK, Leeds is one of the country's most accessible cities. Add a great travel infrastructure covering land, sea and air and getting to Leeds for even the shortest break becomes truly realistic.
By Rail and Bus
Frequent, direct trains carry visitors from London to Leeds in just over two hours. There are also regular services from Scotland, the Northeast, the Midlands and across the Pennines.
You can book First Transpennine Express trains to Leeds from just £5.50.
East Coast operates an inter-city train service from Leeds to London's Kings Cross, running half-hourly at peak times.
CrossCountry trains also run a frequent service from many of Britain's major cities such as Newcastle, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
For more information go to www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 08457 48 49 50.
For local bus and train times call Metroline - the regional transport authority - or use the Journey Planner website. Simply tap in your journey to receive all the information you need. For further details call +44 (0)113 245 7676 or visit www.wymetro.com
By Road
Sitting at the crossroads of the M62 and M1 with the A1/M1 link, Leeds is easy to reach at speed from any direction; Leeds ring road connects motorists to all major routes into the city. And, with a great number of car parks strategically placed at convenient locations throughout Leeds, parking is seldom a problem.
By Coach
Getting to Leeds has never been easier with regular National Express coaches leaving central London every hour. For more information about fares and journey details visit www.nationalexpress.com or call their dedicated booking line on 0871 781 8181 between 8am and 8pm.
By Air - UK
Leeds Bradford International Airport lies just eight miles north of the city. With direct flights from 13 UK destinations, you can fly to Leeds from Aberdeen, Belfast, Bristol Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Isle of Man, Jersey, London, Newquay, Plymouth, Southampton and many more.
By Air - International
Frequent scheduled services run between Leeds Bradford International Airport and the main airports of London Heathrow, Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin and Paris, enabling worldwide connections.
No-frills airline Jet2.com has boosted the numbers of visitors flying to Leeds from all over Europe, and has recently been voted by Guardian and Observer readers as the best short-haul airline in 2008.
Other airlines operating scheduled flights include Flybe and Eastern Airways, which won European Regions Airline of the year in 2007. For full details of all flights check please visit www.leedsbradfordairport.co.uk or call the Airport Information Desk for general enquiries and flight information - 0871 288 2288.
A half-hourly Airlink Bus (no 757) zips between the airport and Leeds City Bus and Coach Station and the City Station. To find out more, call +44 (0)113 345 7676 or visit www.wymetro.com
Leeds is also very well connected to Manchester Airport; the airport train service operates on a 24-hour basis with trains running every half hour throughout the day.
By Ferry
Leeds is a straightforward drive from the port of Hull. Ferry services from Rotterdam and Zeebrugge are available from P&O North Sea Ferries by calling 0871 664 5645 or go to www.poferries.com. Service from Dublin to Liverpool is operated by P&O Irish Ferries can 0871 7664 4999 or go to www.poirishsea.com. For services from Belfast to Liverpool call Norfolkline Irish Sea Ferry Services on 08700 600 4321.