Leeds to London by Train Virgin Services East Coast operates all trains from Leeds to London. The travel takes between 2 and 2 and a half hours. There are up to four trains per day in each direction, with more on some days.
The journey price is based on a standard class single ticket. If you want a seat, then the cost will be higher. Children under 11 years old can travel for free when accompanied by an adult.
There are also direct services from Leeds to Manchester and Edinburgh. For more information about these services, please see the links below:
Manchester - daily service operated by Virgin Trains. The journey takes 1 hour 10 minutes.
Edinburgh - daily service operated by Virgin Trains. The journey takes 3 hours 50 minutes.
London - daily service operated by Virgin Trains. The journey takes 3 hours 40 minutes.
There are also two direct a.m. services from Leeds to Birmingham. One of them runs via Bradford, one runs through Shipley. These services are operated by West Midlands Trains and they take around 1 hour 15 minutes to cover the 94 miles between Leeds and Birmingham New Street.
Virgin Services operates all trains from Leeds to London. The majority of trains from Leeds to London are direct, with just a few trips each day changing at York. The trains leave from London King's Cross and stop at Leeds Railway Station on their way back to London King's Cross.
|Booking Period||Average Price|
|3 Months in Advance||£22|
Train from Leeds to London
|Journey time||From 1h 59m|
|Distance||169 miles (272 km)|
|Frequency||48 trains per day|
This is a distance of 169 miles by air. The shortest distance by air (bird flight) between London and Leeds is 272 kilometers, or 169 miles. It takes 0.3 hours to get from London to Leeds by plane (which has an average speed of 560 mph). The city of London is in the United Kingdom. The country code for the United Kingdom is 44. London's international airport is Heathrow, located near London.
The average price of a seat on a commercial flight from Leeds to London is $300-400. Business class seats tend to be more expensive than economy class seats, with prices starting at about $1000 for a round trip ticket. Economy class tickets usually cost less than $200, but there are sometimes sales where you can find flights as low as $100. Travelers who want to fly first class typically pay more than $1000 for a one-way ticket.
The quickest way to get from Leeds to London is by train. A high-speed train called the Eurostar runs between London and Paris, and another runs between London and Brussels. Both these trains stop only at selected stations within France and Belgium, respectively. The journey takes approximately 1 hour 40 minutes. There are also slower trains that make other stops along the way. For example, the Thalys runs from Amsterdam to Brussels and then continues on to Paris. This train takes 5 hours 20 minutes to reach its destination.
You can also get to London from Leeds by bus.
Leeds is approximately 57 kilometers from Manchester, therefore if you go at a constant speed of 50 kilometers per hour, you will be in Manchester in 1 hour and 21 minutes. The drive is completely doable if you allow enough time.
The best way to get from Leeds to Manchester is by car. The M6 motorway connects the two cities, and there are plenty of exits where you can stop for food or fuel. The journey should take about 2 hours depending on how many stops you make.
There are also some good train options available. The first one runs between Leeds and Manchester Airport, and takes just over an hour. There is also a service that runs between Leeds and Manchester city center every 30 minutes, which takes around 40 minutes.
If you're looking to travel by bus, there are several options available. The most popular one is the X90 ££which runs between Leeds and Manchester via Bradford. The trip takes about 5 hours and costs £20 - £30 for a single ticket.
Finally, the fastest option is the Flyer bus ££which does a round-trip between the two cities daily.