Getting to Leeds
By Air: Leeds is home to the Leeds Bradford International Airport situated approximately 11km outside the city centre. It's served by both premium and low cost airlines so you're sure to get a good deal on flights whether you're travelling from within the UK or from further afield. There are great transport links at the airport for your onward journey and a taxi to your centrally located accommodation will cost in the region of £25 per car. Alternatively there are regular buses that go to the city centre, which will usually take about 1 hour. We can also arrange return airport transfers, so just ask our sales team for more details.
By Train: Leeds city station is the third busiest station outside of London and transports approximately 36.8 million people to their destinations annually. The station provides connections to London, Bristol, Plymouth, Nottingham, Birmingham, Newcastle, Manchester, York and Edinburgh. From London to Leeds it takes approximately 2 hours by train so it’s a great alternative to driving. The station itself is only a 5-10 minute walk into the heart of the city centre.
By Road: Leeds is linked to some major motorways, including the M1 and M62, and it's close to the A1, making it easily accessible no matter where you are travelling from. Leeds is 196 miles north of London and it will take roughly 3.5 hours to get there depending on traffic.
Things to see in Leeds