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If you’re heading to Middlesbrough for work or pleasure, you can browse and secure cheap train tickets to Middlesbrough with TransPennine Express.
There are a number of onward travel options when you step off the train at Middlesbrough stations. Ariva and Stagecoach run buses to points across the city and you can download a map of the bus system here.There’s also a taxi rank directly outside the station on Bridge Street.
Trains to Middlesbrough from Newcastle take around an hour and a half, as do trains from Leeds to Middlesbrough. If you’re travelling from the Scottish capital, your journey from Edinburgh to Middlesbrough will take just under three hours with a change in Darlington. Direct trains from York to Middlesbrough have a journey time of just under an hour, and the journey from Manchester to Middlesbrough takes just over two and a half hours with TransPennine Express.
Middlesbrough train station has a variety of facilities, including a ticket office and ticket machines, toilets and accessible toilets, and a station car park with 135 spaces and 114 bike spaces. You’ll also find a waiting room, a shop and Wi-Fi.
You can secure cheap train tickets to Middlesbrough in a variety of ways. If you regularly make the journey to and from Middlesbrough for work, a season ticket will help you save money. For one off trips, if you can flexible with your chosen train and travel outside of peak times you’ll also save some cash. A Railcard can also reduce the cost of train travel by up to 1/3.
Middlesbrough is a vibrant place full of character and history. Reminders of its industrial heritage are never far away, but its skyline is now dotted with monuments to Middlesbrough’s booming digital industry alongside the iconic Transporter Bridge. The natural centre of the Tees Valley, Middlesbrough is the gateway to the coast and beautiful scenery that surrounds it.
Albert Park is an ideal place to relax and unwind, or get active. There’s a roller skating rink, boating lake, tennis courts and a children’s play area. A mile from the station is The Riverside Stadium, which is a must for any football fan visiting the area. If you like thought-provoking exhibitions, you'll love MIMA. The Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art is a beacon of contemporary art and design in the heart of the city.
Fellini’s is known for being one of the most child-friendly restaurants in Middlesbrough. In fact, from 5-6pm on weekdays, children eat free. At The Curing House they take their foodie responsibilities seriously with a menu that sees them brining, curing and smoking – they even make their own bacon. This place is tasty. As is The Fork in the Road, which is also a social enterprise initiative – a non-profit restaurant that helps people through the medium of awesome food – it’s much-loved in the town.
Grey House Hotel is surrounded by attractive gardens making it an ideal spot to unwind. You’re also perfectly located to visit all the attractions that Middlesbrough has to offer. The Thistle Hotel in Middlesbrough is the largest hotel in the North-East region. With 132 rooms and city centre located, you really can't go wrong. Chadwick's guesthouse is a family run business in an ideal spot – the town centre, shops and nightlife are all within walking distance.
Any self-respecting follower of fashion will want to go to Psyche. The multi-award-winning department store opened here in 1964 and is packed with leading designer brands. For a high-street fix, head to Hillstreet Shopping Centre, which can be found just across the street from the station. And just beyond that, there’s the Cleveland Centre for even more stores.
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