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Leeds is one of the biggest and busiest cities in the north, as well as in the UK as a whole. Easily reached by train from other British major towns and cities, one of the most regular lines serving Leeds is the London to Leeds routes. Millennium Square is the city's social hub. Buzzing with a variant of plays alternating attractions. Pop-up markets, street shows and exhibitions all take place here throughout the year. If you're more of a shopper, head to the Victorian Quarter. Here you'll find some of the best designer boutiques among some stunning period architecture.
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Which cities can I get the train to Leeds from? You can catch the train from cities such as London, Cardiff, Bristol, Halifax, Manchester, Edinburgh, Newcastle and much more.
When is the best time to book a ticket to Leeds? Train ticket prices can vary depending on your location. But booking from 6-8 weeks in advance is the key to finding cheap train tickets to Leeds.
When is most expensive time to catch the train to Leeds? The most pricey time to travel by train to Leeds is in the morning between 9:00 a.m to 11:30 a.m.
What is the main train station in Leeds? Leeds City Railway Station is the main arrival point for those travelling to the city by train.
How to get from Leeds Station to the city centre? Getting from Leeds station into the centre is simple. There is a car park at the station with pick-up and drop-off points, as well as a taxi rank. From Monday to Saturday there is a bus service to the city centre.
What is a fast fact about Leeds Train Station? The station is the third busiest railway station in the UK outside of London.
If travelling from London, trains depart every 30 minutes from King's Cross St. Pancras with direct journeys available and taking a little over two hours to complete. Virgin Trains is the service that will take you from King's Cross to Leeds train station, but East Midlands trains also go from St Pancras to the city, and it is served on Cross Country routes as well. Trains typically run from 5.00 a.m. until 11.30 p.m.