Lot’s to Enjoy!
The city’s thriving restaurant and bar scene is headlined by busy independent outlets in the city’s vibrant Fruit Market and Avenues areas, while pubs in the Old Town are filled with personality. Hull has an impressive number of parks and green spaces, with several country houses in the area around the city, while walkers and cyclists are spoiled by routes including the magnificent Yorkshire Wolds Way. Sport fans in Hull can roar on two top-flight rugby teams and for the football fans there is Hull City AFC.
Key Hull industries include manufacturing, ports and logistics, food processing, chemicals, research and development, retail and education. Home to more than 8,000 businesses, including major employers Associated British Ports (ABP), Aunt Bessies, BP, Crown Paints, Arco, KCom Group, Reckitt Benckiser, Siemens Gamesa and T.J. Smith & Nephew plus a raft of successful individuals, start-ups and SME’s.
Hull has excellent national and international transport links. Hull is close to the M62 motorway while the famous Humber Bridge links Hull to Lincolnshire and the East of England. There are good rail links and even a direct service from Hull Paragon Interchange to London on Hull Trains.
Humberside Airport has daily services to Amsterdam and onward connections all around the world. The Port of Hull is a major port for cargo handling 10 million tonnes of cargo and £12 billion in trade each year and Hull has daily P&O ferry services to Rotterdam and Zeebrugge.