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Trains to Nottingham

Nottingham is a city with a little bit of everything: shopping, culture, history and more. All the city’s sights and attractions are within easy reach, thanks to an extensive public transport network of buses and trams, bolstered by excellent rail links with the rest of the country. Trains arrive in Nottingham from many major UK cities on a regular daily basis, sometimes up to twice an hour.

Which is the main train station in Nottingham?

Nottingham’s main train station is known simply as Nottingham Station. The station is not only a rail stop but also a tram stop, so it’s easy to hop off a long-distance train and get a tram to anywhere in the city center. Nottingham’s most popular tourist attraction, Nottingham Castle, is just a 15-minute walk from the station, passing by the city’s busiest shopping district along the way. The station itself has amenities on-site, including cash machines, convenience stores and public restrooms.

Which train companies offer trains to Nottingham?

Most trains to Nottingham are provided by East Midlands Trains, the company which manages Nottingham Station. East Midlands Trains offers cheap trains to Nottingham from London St. Pancras throughout the day and week, as well as from other cities including Liverpool (via Manchester and Sheffield) and Birmingham. CrossCountry also offers daily trains to Nottingham from Birmingham and Cardiff, while London North Eastern Railway provides cheap trains to Nottingham from Leeds.

Why travel by train to Nottingham?

Nottingham is conveniently located towards the geographical center of England, which means it’s easy to reach by train, whether you’re traveling from the north or south. Taking the train is usually the fastest way to reach the city, thanks to regular rail connections with a variety of UK destinations. Nottingham itself is easy to get around without a car, thanks to an extensive urban tram network, which makes it an ideal destination for a quick weekend or day trip by train.

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

Traditionally, Nottingham has attracted visitors with its rich history, but these days the city is also pulling in the crowds with its fabulous dining scene. Discover elevated British grub at places like Hart’s Restaurant or The Larder on Goosegate. Nottingham’s best restaurants are easy to reach by tram or bus, even if you’ve just arrived at East Midlands Airport, which conveniently offers a 24/7 Skylink bus service to the city center.


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