University of Hull

Directions, Transport and Travel To and From Hull University
(Hull, Yorkshire, England)

The University of Hull can be reached in 15 minutes from the city centre. Students and visitors can travel by air, car, train, buses, or taxi.

Travel by Air

Humberside International Airport is only a half an hour away from the centre of Hull. Five KLM UK flights run daily to Amsterdam, where travellers can get connecting flights to more than 300 connections.

Car Parking

Going to the University of Hull by car is fairly easy since signages are posted along the main road of the city centre to direct travellers on how to get to the campus. Signages can also be found within the university grounds to lead visitors to the residence halls and faculty and department buildings. There is sufficient space available for car parking outside most of the buildings in the campus. Visitors can easily park their cars outside the university as the city has available on-street parking, council car parks, and private car parks that are free of charge.

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Travel by Trains and Rail

Taking a tour of Hull is possible by train as railway stations are located throughout the city. Students and visitors can easily get to the university by taking the train at the Hull Paragon, which is the nearest railway station to the university.

Travel by Buses and Coachl

Travelling by bus is a great option visitors can take to get to the university. They can take the bus services 102, 105, and 115. Bus services 102 and 105 operate between the inside grounds of The Lawns and the city centre, passing by the university, Beverly Road, Thwaite Hall, and Cottingham Green. Bus service 115, on the other hand, operates between the outside grounds of The Lawns and the city centre, passing by Prince's Avenue, Newland Avenue, the university through Cranbrook Avenue, Thwaite Hall, and Cottingham Green.

Travel by Ferry

The Port of Hull is linked to the motorway network. Some 1 million passengers use it yearly. PandO North Sea Ferries offers trips to Rotterdam in the Netherlands daily. The same ferry operator also offers daily trips to Zeebrugge, Belgium. For travellers looking to go to Helsinki, there's Finnlines Ferries.

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Travel by Taxi

There are plenty of taxis that operate in Hull, so visitors would not have a hard time hailing for one. Touring the city by taking a taxi is advisable as taxi stands are available at every railway station.

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