Travel to Devon by road
The M5 motorway will take you all the way to Exeter, where it links up with A roads that serve the rest of the county, including the A38 to Plymouth, the A361 to North Devon and the A30 to Okehampton and the West of the county.
We recommend using the AA Route Planner to plan your journey, and to check traffic levels, visit devonlive.com/all-about/traffic-travel
Travel to Devon by train
Devon is easily reached by train, with services travelling to the county from all over the UK. The main stations in Devon are Exeter St. Davids, Tiverton, Totnes, Newton Abbot and Plymouth, and you’ll find regular South West Trains services from London Waterloo. First Great Western also serves Devon, with trains from the Cotswolds, London Paddington and South Wales.
For train prices and times, and for more information, visit: nationalrail.co.uk
Travel to Devon by plane
Exeter International Airport is served by regular flights from UK airports that include Newcastle, Manchester, Belfast, Aberdeen and Leeds/Bradford. Exeter can also be reached by air from a number of European airports, including Amsterdam, Paris, Geneva and others.
To check flight prices and times, or for more information, visit exeter-airport.co.uk