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Trains to Leicester

With its central UK location and direct Midland Mainline connection from London St Pancras International railroad Station, Leicester is an easy city to reach from any of the major cities in Europe. Average train journey times from London to Leicester are just over one hour, making this fast and frequent service one of the most popular routes. Leicester is the only railroad station in the city, but other local stations include Loughborough, Narborough, and Melton Mowbray.

Which is the main train station in Leicester?

Leicester railroad Station is the main station in the city, and located on London Road which is just a short stroll from the main city center. There is a cab rank just outside the station, and several bus stops enable speedy bus journeys throughout Leicester and the central region.

Which train companies offer trains to Leicester?

East Midlands Trains operate the direct service from London to Leicester, which then goes on to Sheffield and has links to all the major Northern cities. East Midlands Trains also operate the regional service from Cleethorpes to Leicester, while Cross Country by Arriva operate frequent trains running to Leicester from Birmingham and Nottingham.

Why travel by train to Leicester?

Some of the major reasons passengers opt to travel by train from London to Leicester are the speedy, direct journeys, and the fact that it's a relaxing mode of transportation. The city is easy to access by rail from anywhere in the UK, due to its central location, London mainline link up, and good regional rail networks.

Before you travel to Leicester by train - good to know!

Leicester's diverse city has a lot to offer modern travellers and its mainline location means there are frequent trains to Leicester from lots of major UK cities. With two major universities in the central area of Leicester, there are lots of great leisure opportunities in the city center and throughout the region, with international cuisine featuring on many restaurant menus. With a regenerated city center, which includes the new Highcross shopping mall, and historic Roman ruins close by, visitors to Leicester don't need to take public transport to explore the city center, however, visitors traveling further afield will discover Day or Weekly Saver Tickets on local buses make travel around the city and county extremely affordable. In addition the launch of Leicester's new Arriva Click service means passengers can go anywhere, as it is a cross over between bus and Uber services.

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