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Travelling in London: Getting around Leeds

Choosing a hotel that is ideally located in Leeds' city centre, you are granted short commutes to the most fascinating and exciting sights in Leeds.

For the latest real-time travel information and to plan your route visit leedstravel.info

By Rail
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. Crosscountrytrains.co.uk also run a frequent service from many of Britain's major cities such as Newcastle, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

To plan your journey or book tickets go to NationalRail.co.uk or call 08457 48 49 50.

By Bus
Check local bus routes and timetables at wymetro.com and simply type in your journey to receive all the information you need.

By Coach
Regular National Express coaches leave central London every hour. For more information about fares and journey details visit NationalRail.co.uk 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. For full details of all flights check please visit 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) operates 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 wymetro.com

Getting around Berlin by car

Leeds sits at the crossroads of the M62 and M1 with a link to the A1/M1. The ring road connects motorists to all major routes into the city. There are a number of car parks in convenient locations around the city.

Sightseeing in Berlin by taxi

Hackney carriages are available around the city, or take a licensed private hire taxis.