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Location Hull

One of Yorkshire’s key cities, Hull sits on the Humber Estuary – near to the iconic Humber Bridge opened to traffic on 24 June 1981 and is the longest of its type that you can walk/cycle across.

Hull’s position as a major port city and its location near several major airports sees it benefits from some of the country’s best international connections, while a £70 billion transport plan for the north of England is set to further reinforce its enviable position.

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Data sources: Office for National Statistics and Hull Data Observatory

MILEAGE BY ROAD

  • Beverley 13.07 miles
  • Withernsea 15.05 miles
  • York 37.86 miles
  • Scarborough 44.08 miles
  • Doncaster 48.21 miles
  • Leeds 62.47 miles
  • Sheffield 68.3 miles
  • Bradford 70.9 miles
  • Manchester 99.97 miles
  • Liverpool 128.99
  • Newcastle 137.5 miles
  • Birmingham 141.00 miles
  • London 216.67 miles
  • Cardiff 255.07
  • Edinburgh 259.26

Hull Paragon Interchange is a transport interchange providing rail, bus and coach services located in the city centre. With daily services direct to Kings Cross and other routes included Leeds, Sheffield, Bradford, Huddersfield as well as many others. Daily regular local bus services serving Hull and the East Riding depart from the Interchange.

Humberside Airport is an international airport at Kirmington in the Borough of North Lincolnshire, England, offering regular flights to mainland Europe and is only approx 24.18 miles from Hull.

Destinations include: Aberdeen, Amsterdam, Bergamo, Italy, Bourgas, Bulgaria and Lapland

P&O Ferries, situated at King George Dock offer daily overnight crossings to and from Hull to Rotterdam.