Hull Maps and Orientation

(Kingston Upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK)

Photo of the Princes Quay areaSituated just 40 km / 25 miles from the eastern coastline of the North Sea, the city of Kingston Upon Hull is based around the River Hull and the Humber Estuary. Hull lies in northern England and is a fairly flat city and is part of the country known as East Riding of Yorkshire.

Hull is a great place to base yourself if you want to explore Yorkshire, and close by are seaside resorts, market towns and beautiful countryside views, particularly around the Yorkshire Wolds, where the rolling chalky hills are a major draw card. Just over 241 km / 150 miles to the north of London, this vibrant university city has a definite youthful feel.

Maps and Orientation of the City

The historical Old Town area of the city is bordered by the Hull and Humber rivers, as well as the Freetown Way and the Ferensway. To the south you will find Hull Marina and the Deep aquarium attraction, which are both eminently walkable.

For maps of Hull, visit the TIC (Tourist Information Centre) on Carr Lane, which stands alongside the beautiful buildings that make up the Queen Victoria Square. The following destinations are within reach of Hull, by either road or rail:

Map of the United Kingdom

United Kingdom map

Map of Yorkshire

Yorkshire map

Map of East Riding of Yorkshire

East Riding Yorkshire map

Map of Hull

Hull map