Getting to Yorkshire
Getting to Yorkshire for your holiday is easy. We are well served by an extensive road and rail network as well as flights to Leeds International Airport.
If travelling by car we recommend you take the following routes:
Southern England: The M1 and the A1.
Wales: The M4 from south Wales or the M6 from north Wales.
The Midlands: The M6 or the M1.
The North and Scotland: The A1. National Express has numerous options available for travelling to the area by coach including connections from London Heathrow and Gatwick.
There are excellent rail connections to the cities of Doncaster, Hull, Leeds, Sheffield and York which also serve many local towns. High speed trains depart from London and can take less than two hours. Once you reach Yorkshire there is a vast regional rail network as well as local buses serving the area.
Leeds International Airport has flights to and from Aberdeen, Belfast, Bristol, Dublin, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, the Isle of Man, London Gatwick, Newquay and Plymouth. There are also flights to Humberside International Airport, Robin Hood Airport and Manchester Airport where you will find convenient transport links to the area.
North Sea Ferries sail into the port at Hull. They have an overnight service from Rotterdam and Zeebrugge.