Trains to York

Explore breath-taking history at breathe easy prices.


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Popular trains to York

London to York

From £18.50

Edinburgh to York

From £23.00

Aberdeen to York

From £28.80

Our new Azuma trains are coming to York. Our modern, sleek new trains will be taking you between York and London from 1 August. We have more seats in Standard to offer you even more great value fares. Find out more about Azuma here

You can get to York on our half hourly high-speed trains to London. In fact, LNER runs more trains between York and London than any other operator, as well as regular trains to Newcastle, Glasgow and Edinburgh and regional connections across Yorkshire. LNER offers a great range of value train tickets and cheap rail fares from destinations across England and Scotland.

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Book with confidence during Covid

We have removed our £10 admin fee and made all tickets refundable until further notice. Read the LNER COVID-19 travel advice here.

Please note that although we have recently increased our train timetable we are running a reduced timetable and have removed all catering from our trains. 

Make a historic date with the original capital of the North

From Roman settlement to Viking invasion to the Wars of the Roses, York has history within every inch of its ancient walls. Enjoy boutique shopping in streets that combine medieval ambience with modern style. Or if that’s not your bag, you could just sample real ales in one of the many olde English pubs. All it takes is a traditionally cheap train ticket from LNER.

Things to do in York

York is a true melting pot - where Viking and Roman history collide with bohemian cafes, and a Gothic Minster sits alongside charming independent shops.  

Night owls’ guide to York – restaurants, bars, culture and fun

From arty cinema and French bistros to ghost walks and cool cocktail bars, York has it all going on after dark… book your tickets to York

Shopping in York

York is a shopper’s dream – its historic cobbled streets offer everything from quirky independent stores and heritage brands to high street chains.

Places to eat in York

York is the foodie capital of the north. It may be best known for its Viking history and spectacular Minster, but it's also acclaimed for its grub. Here’s our guide to a foodie day in York.

More travel inspiration

Looking for more inspiration? Here are some of our top picks to inspire you to travel across the East Coast.

Visit York Guide

Need even more reasons to visit York? There are hundreds – grab a cuppa, get comfy and download the York 2019 Visitor Guide here.