Trains to Leeds

Shopping, festivals and epic countryside – there’s loads to love in Leeds.

 

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Popular trains to Leeds

Leeds to London

From £14.50

Leeds to Peterborough

From £10.00

You don’t get owt for nowt. But you can get Standard train tickets to Leeds for much less brass by using our journey planner. For a little more, enjoy a preview of welcoming Yorkshire hospitality by relaxing to and from Leeds in First Class comfort. Either way, the price you see is the price you pay. No hidden fees – that’s our Price Promise.

The terminus of the Leeds branch of the East Coast mainline, Leeds station is an important hub on the British rail network. It is the busiest railway station in the north of England and provides high speed inter-city services from Leeds to London and is a major centre for local and regional travel. 

Some of our key routes to and from Leeds include trains to Doncaster, Harrogate and London as well as trains to English destinations such as Newark, Peterborough and Stevenage and trains going north to Scotland along the scenic east coast mainline. 

Living it up in Leeds for less

It’s been called the ‘Knightsbridge of the North’ - only not as astronomically priced. But Leeds does offer enough chic shopping options to satisfy the most demanding retail therapist. You could also take in test cricket at Headingley, enjoy the abundant nightlife or gaze on the sweeping vistas of the nearby Pennines. And a cheap train ticket takes you right to the heart of it all.

Things to do in Leeds

From a thriving cultural scene and state-of-the-art shopping centres, to beautiful parks and stunning stately homes, Leeds has it all.

Shopping in Leeds

With everything from high street favourites to designer stores and independent boutiques, Leeds is truly a shopper’s paradise.

Places to eat in Leeds

Leeds is a great city for food lovers, from cheap and cheerful cafes to revered restaurants. Foodie shops mingle with artisan butchers and bakers, while events celebrate the best of local produce. 

Where to stay in Leeds

At the end of a busy day, it’s good to know there are plenty of options to lay your weary head.

Leeds Nightlife

From craft beer pioneers to funk soul brothers and some seriously arty food, Leeds has it all going on after dark…

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