Don't forget to buy food and drinks in advance if you need them: train stations do not always have shops, while onboard cafés are not always available and often very expensive.
For short distances like between Luton and Manchester, busses and carpooling are good alternatives to the train, thanks to their low costs. Also, busses have the advantage of getting to the smallest towns where the is no train station.
In which stations can you take the train to Manchester and where will you arrive?
You can take the train to Manchester at Luton Airport [ LUA ] or Luton Airport Parkway [ LTN ], which arrives at Manchester Oxford Road [ MCO ] or Manchester Piccadilly [ MAN ].
How many connections are there to go Manchester from Luton by train per day?
295 train connections exist to reach Manchester from Luton per day. Please be aware that among these connections there are 295 routes with at least a change versus zero direct lines. So you will have to take another train.
What time do the trains to Manchester leave and how long is the journey?
On average, it takes 4 hours and 29 minutes to get to Manchester by train, but you will need 3 hours and 33 minutes with the fastest trains. The first one is available at 03:03, whereas the last one leaves Luton at 20:03.