How to get here?

As the second largest county in England, Lincolnshire lies in the East Midlands bordering Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Rutland, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, South Yorkshire and Humberside - and Northamptonshire for just 19 metres, providing a perfect route for your perfect trip away!

Lincolnshire's tourist information centres are a useful resource for planning your trip to the county.










Reaching Lincolnshire:

By Road

Lincolnshire is accessible via the A1, M1 and M180. Just two hours from London, it makes for the ideal weekend break or short stay.

By Rail

Lincoln Central Railway Station is located within walking distance of the shopping and cultural areas of the city.
Direct connections are provided by East Midlands Trains, Virgin Trains East Coast and Northern Rail which operate daily services to Peterborough, Leicester, Nottingham, Sheffield, Doncaster and London.
Plan your trip in advance with an online route planner or by phone with TrainTracker 0871 200 49.

Lincoln Railway Station
St Mary's Street
Lincoln  LN5 7EW

By Air

If you need to fly into the area, Lincolnshire is conveniently serviced by 3 major airports: East Midlands, Robin Hood and Humberside Airport.

By Sea

Lincolnshire can be accessed from Europe via P&O Ferries between the Hull and Rotterdam/Zeebruge route. Hull is approximately one hour drive time away from Lincoln accessed via the M180 and A15.

By Bus

Lincolnshire has an extensive network of bus services designed to improve transport links to destinations throughout Lincolnshire and beyond, making travel by bus easier, quicker and more efficient. To find out more visit or

Please note that due to extensive improvements to the Lincoln area the new city bus station is now situated on Tentercroft Street.