Hull

Getting There
With an international airport just five miles south of the Humber Bridge and the worlds largest superferries sailing from the city every day, Hull attracts visitors from across Europe and the world.
Hull’s position at the gateway to Europe makes it an important centre for national and international travel. The city has excellent transport connections and a unique combination of air, sea, road and rail links.

Road > Hull is equidistant (200 miles) from London and Edinburgh, 100 miles from Manchester and less than an hour’s drive from Leeds and York. Click here to download a map with Hull city centre car parks. If you prefer to travel by coach, the National Express scheduled service brings you right into Hull city centre.

Rail > In addition to the GNER service, Hull has its own rail company, Hull Trains, which offers special rates to and from the city, providing six daily direct rail services to and from London. Visit http://www.hulltrains.co.uk/

Air > Humberside International Airport is five miles south of the Humber Bridge and 30 minutes drive from the centre of Hull. KLM UK runs 4 daily flights to Amsterdam, where over 300 worldwide connections can be reached. The airport also offers year round flights to popular holiday destinations.Visit http://www.humberside-airport.co.uk/

Robin Hood Airport is the UK's newest Airport, offering low cost and holiday flights to many destinations across Europe and beyond. To find out more visit http://www.robinhoodairport.com/. or new cars

Sea > P&O Ferries offer daily overnight services from Hull to Rotterdam and Zeebrugge. The one million passengers using the port annually can now travel on the Pride of Hull and her sister ship Pride of Rotterdam, which are the largest cruise ferries in the world. Visit http://www.ponsf.com/ for more details.

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