|Avg. Bus Duration||47m|
|Bus arrives in||Leeds|
|Buses depart from||York|
|Coach Ticket Price||£ 4.31|
Buses from York to Leeds are provided by National Express. The journey involves no changes and will usually take under an hour to arrive in Leeds. There are 4 services throughout the day; two in the morning and two in the late evening. This same service applies during the weekend.
Return journeys for buses from Leeds to York are also available.
An average meal in a restaurant in Leeds costs 2.7% more than in York.
Prices in Leeds are on average 4.1% higher than in York.
Public transport in Leeds costs around 123.8% more than in York.
A night in a hotel in Leeds is about 1.5% more expensive than in York.
Journeys from York to Leeds will depart from outside York's central train station, which is located in the city centre, just a five-minute walk from the main high street. From outside York Railways Station several regional buses can be caught to areas within York and its suburbs. York Railway station is also one of the major travel hubs in the north of England and provides journeys to destinations all over the UK. Accessing the stop at night can be done with taxis which can either be pre ordered of hailed down at the various taxi stands around the city.
Leeds is the biggest city, in the biggest county in the UK, Yorkshire. Home to three universities, it is a vibrant and exciting city with no shortage of bars, restaurants and shopping spots. Leeds is also a in close proximity to many to an abundance of former industrial towns which are all easily accessible from the centre. Buses from York to Leeds will terminate at Leeds city bus station which offers both regional and long distance buses to destinations all across the UK. The bus station is located in the centre of the city, where there is a stand dedicated to the services of National Express.