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Directions to Cheltenham

Are you in need of directions to Cheltenham? Whether you’re travelling to Cheltenham by car, train, coach or plane, find the best option for you here.

Travelling to Cheltenham by road

Cheltenham is close to the M5 motorway for anyone travelling from the north of England (or further south-west).

The exit for Cheltenham is the A417 and this route will also take you to Swindon for the M4 to London. The A40 is a more rural route to Oxford and then on to London.

Use www.theaa.com/travel for travel information.

Getting to Cheltenham by train

Cheltenham’s train station is known as Cheltenham Spa Train Station, it lies on the route between Bristol and Birmingham, with local services to Gloucester and Swindon.

Passengers from further afield may have to change trains but services run from Plymouth in the south-west up to the north and Scotland. Other routes go to London and to South Wales.

Information on trains to Cheltenham can be found at www.traveline.info.

Fly to Cheltenham

Cheltenham’s nearest airports are Bristol (www.bristolairport.co.uk)to the south or Birmingham (www.birminghamairport.co.uk) to the north. Both cities have good road and rail connections to Cheltenham.

Getting the coach to Cheltenham

There are a number of coach services operated by National Express to Cheltenham Bus Station.

Two of the most popular Cheltenham buses are the 444 services to central London and the 222 to London’s airports at Heathrow and Gatwick.

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