Leeds is very well connected to most corners of the UK by a network of buses operated by National Express, Megabus and Gorilla Buses. Bus services from London are frequent, departing every hour or so and taking around 4-5 hours to reach Leeds. There are regular buses to Leeds from most major towns and cities in the UK, with a particularly fast and frequent service running from the nearby cities of Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool and York. Megabus and National Express (in conjunction with Eurolines) also operate an international service to Leeds via London from various destinations in France, Spain, Germany and the Netherlands.
Which bus companies run buses to Leeds? National Express
When are the first and last buses into Leeds? The first buses into Leeds from Manchester arrive into the capital at 5:15am, while the last buses into Leeds are at around 1:15 a.m. On more local routes, they can run thoughout the night.
Where can you get direct buses to Leeds from?There are numerous direct buses from major cities including London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow, as well as a number of European destinations via London.
How far in advance to book buses to Leeds? The best time to book buses to Leeds is 6 weeks before departure.
How much are bus tickets to Leeds? The bus fares to Leeds are based on a first come first serve basis, but cheap bus tickets to Leeds for under €7 can still be bought with less than a week until departure.
What are the main bus stations in Leeds? National Express buses to Leeds terminate at Leeds city bus station, just to the East of Leeds’s central shopping district and just next to Leeds Railway Station.