Britain’s Most Scenic Bus Route

In May 2018, the Coastliner 840 operated by Transdev Blazefield became Britain’s most scenic bus route and it is very easy to see why. Britain’s most scenic bus route takes you from Leeds to the historic cathedral city of York via Tadcaster, and furthers it’s journey to the market towns of Malton and Pickering calling at Flamingo Land along the way. It then calls at the picturesque village of Thornton le Dale, and then brushes alongside Dalby Forest before it reaches the Hole of Horcum, Goathland, Sleights, Ruswarp and ending its journey at Whitby famous for its abbey, whalebones, swing bridge and Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

We are currently filming and producing videos of some of the most scenic calling points along Britain’s Most Scenic Bus Route and bringing you some insight of what to see and do along this amazing scenic bus route. Please select a destination below to view the video or read the transcript. Don’t forget, we are currently filming these locations so check back for further videos.

Goathland on Britain's most scenic bus route.

Goathland

Goathland is Heartbeat land, but it is also amazing moorland situated on the scenic North York Moors. We commit to a circuit walk around the area of Goathland. find out more.

Thornton le Dale to Low Dalby Britain's most scenic bus route.

Thornton le Dale

Thornton le Dale is a village beauty spot that is popular. It is well known for it’s thatched cottage and beck running through the village. We walk from Thornton le Dale to Low Dalby in Dalby Forest. Find out more.

Whitby the final destination on Britain's most scenic bus route.

Whitby

Whitby is the final destination on Britain’s most scenic bus route and is certainly not in the least. The seaside resort has an abbey, 199 steps, whalebones and a fantastic views! Find out more.