|Bus arrives in||Leeds|
|Buses depart from||Kingston upon Hull|
Whether you are a football fan or a student, getting from Hull to Leeds is simple by bus. The X62 service operated by Stagecoach makes the journey three times per day, and expect it to take around 2 hours. There are no X62 buses from Hull to Leeds in the evening however, with the last bus leaving in mid-afternoon. National Express also operate a single bus journey every day, although it stops at fewer places along the way and takes only 1 hour 25 minutes to reach Leeds.
An average meal in a restaurant in Leeds costs 15.3% more than in Hull.
Prices in Leeds are on average 3.4% higher than in Hull.
Public transport in Leeds costs around 138.7% more than in Hull.
A night in a hotel in Leeds is about 7% less expensive than in Hull.
X62 bus services to Leeds depart from Hull's Paragon Interchange - which is located right next to the city's major train station. That makes it easy to reach via local train services from towns in the region such as Immingham or Goole. Buses 15 or 103 will also take you from the University of Hull to the Interchange. National Express services depart from Hull city centre, which is a few hundred metres from the Interchange stop. There are few night bus connections, although on Wednesdays and Saturdays a student service between the University and The Lawns may be useful for bus travellers.
Famous as the cultural centre of Yorkshire, it's footballing history, cricket and for being an educational centre, Leeds is a popular place to visit. All buses from Hull to Leeds arrive at the Leeds City Bus Station, which can be found in the Quarry Hill district of the City Centre. From there, you can catch regional bus connections to towns like Ripon or Scarborough. The Leeds City Bus also directly connects the bus and train stations, while local buses travel to Headingley, Wakefield and Castleford.