Travel to Brecon by road
Those wanting to travel to Brecon by car can do so easily via the M4, the M50 or the A40. The latter route taking drivers from the Southeast on a picturesque journey through the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Full itineraries can be found on the AA Route Planner, and local traffic updates can be found at theaa.com/traffic-news/Brecon.
Travel to Brecon by train
Brecon does not have its own train station, but those travelling from the South or the Midlands can arrive at Abergavenny via Newport. The Cardiff-Manchester line serves the South-Eastern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Local stations Llandeilo and Llandovery are served by trains from Shrewsbury, Swansea and Llanelli.
More train information and tickets can be found at nationalrail.co.uk.
Travel to Brecon by plane
Cardiff Airport is the closest to Brecon, just a 50-mile drive away. The airport is served by flights from numerous UK and Irish destinations. As well as a range of European cities, with connecting flights from Amsterdam and Paris to global destinations.
More information on flight times and fares can be found at cardiff-airport.com.