Train To Leeds
Situated in the North of England in the county of West Yorkshire, Leeds is easily accessible from all four corners of the country.
Train To Leeds
Getting a train to Leeds is easy! East Coast Trains link Leeds and London in a little over 2 hours with Northern Rail taking passengers from Lancashire, the North East and the rest of Yorkshire. CrossCountry Trains and East Midlands Trains also operate trains to Leeds.
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Take the train in style for less! Until 02/05/12 we're offering up to 20% off first class travel on East Coast routes. Whether you're taking the train for business or pleasure, sit back and unwind in a larger, more comfortable reclining seat en route to popular destinations including York, Leeds, Newcastle, Lincoln, Edinburgh and London.
Why Take the Train To Leeds?
There are many reasons to take a train to Leeds, here are some of raileasy's favourites...With its rich history and recent investments and modernisation Leeds is a much sort after destination. It has its own film festival as well as hosting International Pianoforte competitions and is the only city outside of London to have its own opera and ballet companies. You can watch both the Northern Ballet and Opera North at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. Another extremely popular attraction is the Royal Armouries which houses the British collection of arms and armour.
Leeds rivals all major cities for its amazing shopping available to visitors and has even been described as the 'Knightsbridge of the North'. The famous London department store Harvey Nichols opened its first shop outside the capital in Leeds. Harvey Nichols is situated in The Victoria Quarter along with Molton Brown, Ted Baker, FCUK and plenty of other leading names. Leeds Market has been around since 1822 and attracts a staggering 100,000 visitors on a Saturday to its 800 plus stalls. There is also a farmers market to pick up some locally produced delights.
Sport and Leeds
Leeds has a strong sporting tradition with Leeds United football club, Leeds Rhino's rugby league, Leeds Carnegie rugby union and Yorkshire County Cricket Club all based in and around the city. So whatever time of year or the sport, Leeds can offer you live exciting entertainment. Take a train to Leeds today!