Full of eastern promise
From the panoramic vistas of the Highlands down to the gherkins and walkie-talkies of London, you’re just spoilt for choice when travelling east side. And wherever you decide to visit, LNER will speed you there faster and cheaper while you take a breather.
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Where can you visit with LNER? Let’s get you up to speed.
It’s earthy, edgy, thoroughly entertaining and home to some of the world’s friendliest people. A cheap train ticket’s all you need to go walking in a Weegie wonderland.
Not just unforgettable nights you can’t remember in the morning. The resurgent city offers top class dining, culture and much more.
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Named the happiest place to live recently, the charming spa town offers a welcome respite from city hustle and bustle. So why not chill out with a cheap train ticket?
A stunning cathedral, a huge castle and a top 5 university - there are plenty of reasons to drop in on delightful Durham.
Fantastic fishing, spectacular highland scenery and you might even see the elusive monster. You’ll only pay a tiddler of a price to head north.
Offshore wealth has made the Granite City one of Scotland’s most essential destinations. You don’t have to be an oil magnate to buy a ticket to visit.
The most fought-over border town in Europe is currently in England but plays football in Scotland. Whatever country it’s in, at least a cheap train ticket is a certainty.
From its iron age origins to its contemporary edge, this stunning cathedral city offers something for everyone.
A hotbed of creative arts and close to idyllic countryside, there’s plenty to make your heart go pitter-patter in Peterborough.
There’s culture abound in Hull – with museums and galleries alongside great bars and eateries.
I just can't decide
If your head's spinning with all these choices, check out our pick of top events and places to see around the LNER route