Travel to Llandudno by road
Situated on the north coast of Wales, Llandudno is within easy reach of the A55 for drivers. The M6 provides a convenient option from the North and South, then you can make your way across the M56 and M53 towards the A55.
If you fancy a journey avoiding motorways, Wales offers plenty of A roads with views of the Welsh countryside.
Whichever route you decide to take, we recommend using the AA Route Planner to plan your journey.
Make sure to check for travel updates and any possible delays before travelling on traffic-wales.com.
Travel to Llandudno by train
Whichever direction you travel from, the train to Llandudno runs across the North Coast of Wales. You can sit back and relax while enjoying beautiful views of the Welsh coast.
For more information and to check train times and prices, visit arrivatrainswales.co.uk or virgintrains.co.uk.
Travel to Llandudno by plane
If you’re looking for a faster journey to Llandudno, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is close by, as is Manchester Airport. Both airports can be reached by major UK destinations including Belfast, London and Newquay.
Anglesey Airport is closer to Llandudno, although flights only run twice daily from Cardiff and Norwich.
For more information and to check flight times and prices, visit manchesterairport.co.uk, liverpoolairport.com or anglesey.gov.uk.