|Avg. Train Duration:|
1 hours 14 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||$55|
|Trains depart from:||London|
|Trains arrive in:||Leicester|
|Train Companies:||East Midlands Trains, Thameslink, West Midlands Railway|
Leicester is a cosmopolitan city with a rich history and notable attractions that include the National Space Center, with its interactive galleries, and the heritage steam trains of the Great Central Railway. Visitors with a fondness for Indian cuisine will find some of the best curry restaurants in the UK in Leicester.
East Midlands Trains provide a direct service from from London St. Pancras to Leicester.
From early morning there are approximately 4 trains an hour departing from London to Leicester with services slow down in the evening. Sunday schedule features a slightly reduced service with no early morning departures. Weekday off-peak fares are available on departures from 9:15 a.m. onwards.
Most direct trains from London to Leicester usually take from 1 hour to 1 hour and 25 minutes, apart from late evening services which take over 2 hours.
The first direct train from London to Leicester is at 5:56 a.m and the last direct from London to Leicester train leaves at 23:15 a.m.
Trains from London to Leicester depart from St. Pancras station, located on the northern side of the city center. There are Underground services at Kings Cross St. Pancras Tube station offering connections to 6 tube lines. Bus stops on Pancras Road, Euston Road and Midland Road provide routes around the city and some night services. Taxis are available from the rank close to the Eurostar entrance on Midland Road.
Trains from London to Leicester arrive at the city's main station located on the south-eastern side of the center. There are bus stops immediately outside the station and close by on Station Street. Services include regular connections to the city center, Leicester North station and the Haymarket and St. Margaret's bus stations. Taxis are available from a rank by the station's main entrance.