With extensive transport links, Leeds is one of the country's most accessible cities.
Frequent, direct trains carry visitors from London to Leeds in just over two hours. There are also regular services from Scotland, the North East, the Midlands and across the Pennines.
For more information go to www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 08457 48 49 50.
For local bus and train times please contact Metroline on 0113 245 7676 or visit www.wymetro.com.
From the M1 - Leave the M1 at junction 45 and take the third exit signposted A63/Pontefract Lane. Continue straight over three roundabouts, following signs for East St/A61. When reaching the junction, keep right to leave the A63 and continue onto the A61. On reaching the junction with Crown Point Road, keep right to continue to follow A61.
Please be aware that a number of roads will be affected by closures on the day. For full information click here to download the road closure map.
Leeds is at the very heart of the UK, sitting roughly midway between Edinburgh and London. It has great motorway links to the M1, M62 and A1(M), putting it within easy driving distance of all of the UK's major cities. From the M1 - Leave the M1 at junction 45 and take the third exit signposted A63/Pontefract Lane. Continue straight over three roundabouts, following signs for East St/A61. When reaching the junction, keep right to leave the A63 and continue onto the A61. On reaching the junction with Crown Point Road, keep right to continue to follow A61.
Woodhouse Lane Car Park is the closest Leeds City Council car park to the start of the Asda Foundation Leeds 10K and is open 24 hours. Click here for more information on parking in Leeds city centre.
There are a number of taxi companies across the city.
Leeds Bradford International Airport lies eight miles north of the city. For more information visit LBA.co.uk.
A half-hourly Airlink Bus (no 757) goes between the airport and Leeds City Bus and Coach Station and the City Train Station. Contact 0113 345 7676 or visit www.wymetro.com.
The official partner hotel of the Leeds 10K, the Queens Hotel, is proudly positioned in the heart of City Square and has long stood as Leeds’ most famous landmark hotel.
With 217 sophisticated bedrooms and suites, you’ll not fail to be impressed by the seamless mix of grandeur and comfort that awaits you.
Elsewhere, the sumptuous surroundings extend to the Queens Grill, where you’ll find relaxed dining by evening and a hearty English breakfast each morning. And if a lighter bite takes your fancy, the impressive Queens Bar awaits.
In addition to the Queens Hotel, there are several accommodation options close to the start of the event.