Yorkshire and Lincolnshire are in the east of England. The exciting cities of Manchester and Leeds are the ideal bookends for your adventures with high speed rail access from their airports straight into the heart of riding. Ferries from Hull are literally minutes from the timeless tracks and prehistoric roadways of the Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Route and Lincoln and York are under two hours from London by train.
P&O Ferries operate a daily overnight service to Hull from Rotterdam and Zeebrugge, offering excellent links onto the motorway network. For onward coach travel, National Express operates daily direct services to and from the terminal, to York, Leeds, Bradford, and Thirsk.Book with P&O ferries
Travelling by plane to Yorkshire
The Yorkshire region is served by three airports, providing daily flights to and from many destinations. With excellent transport links, Yorkshire is also easily accessible from many other airports throughout the UK, through high speed train links and an extensive motorway network. The largest airports in or near Yorkshire are:
Travelling by plane to Lincolnshire
The largest airports in or near Lincolnshire are:
Use the railway lines throughout Yorkshire and Lincolnshire to travel between towns and to and from airports. If you’re bringing your own bike with you, it is recommended that you book your journey and bike space in advance. See the National Rail website for more details.