Travel to Holyhead by road
This is one of the most scenic ways of getting to Holyhead. Take the North Wales Expressway, also known as the A55, and make your way past popular Welsh resorts. The M6 offers a route from the North and South, with access to the M56 across to the A55.
Whichever route you decide to take, we recommend using the AA Route Planner to plan your journey to Holyhead.
Make sure to check for travel updates and any possible delays on traffic-wales.com.
Travel to Holyhead by train
If you fancy taking a relaxing trip to Holyhead, the train offers a scenic route along the North Wales Coast. Holyhead has its own train station, served by Arriva Trains Wales and Virgin Trains.
For more information and to check train times and prices, visit arrivatrainswales.co.uk or virgintrains.co.uk.
Travel to Holyhead by plane
Those looking for a quick journey to Holyhead can consider catching a plane. Anglesey Airport is close to Holyhead, although flights only run twice daily from Cardiff and Norwich.
Alternatively, you can travel to Holyhead from Liverpool John Lennon Airport or Manchester Airport. Both serve major UK destinations including Belfast, London and Newquay.
You can then enjoy a ride on the train from both airports, or even hire a car.
For more information and to check flight times and prices, visit manchesterairport.co.uk, liverpoolairport.com or anglesey.gov.uk.