Getting here

Doncaster is perfectly located for those visiting from the UK and abroad.

Getting here

Doncaster city's central location, excellent road, and mainline rail links arguably make it Britain’s best-connected visitor destination.

Getting to Doncaster by road

Doncaster is at the heart of the UK’s motorway routes. Access to the major motorway networks including the M18, M1, A1 (M), M62, M180 makes travelling to and from Doncaster easy by car.

Getting to Doncaster by Bus

Getting to Doncaster by bus is easy, with a number of National Express coaches everyday. Doncaster's large, centrally-located, bus interchange is also linked to the train station. Several bus companies operate in the city, with numerous routes available to ensure easy access to visitor attractions and our surrounding villages.

Getting to Doncaster by Train

Fast, frequent, mainline services link Doncaster to the rest of the UK. The city's main train station is set in the middle of the city centre and is located on the doorstep of a number of ammenities, including the Frenchgate Shopping Centre, a variety of hotels and other transport options to make exploring the city easy.

Average travel times to Doncaster by Train:

York: 20mins
Sheffield: 22mins
Leeds: 30mins
Manchester: 80mins
Newcastle: 83mins
Birmingham: 88mins
London King's Cross: 100mins
Edinburgh: 178mins

There’s a dedicated taxi rank, new car parking and easy drop off facilities. Secure cycle parking is available. There’s also good pedestrian access from the station into the city centre.

Getting to Doncaster

Getting to Doncaster by Sea

Doncaster is just one hour away from the Humber Ports, with P&O Ferries sailing to and from Rotterdam and Zeebrugge.