Travel to Penzance by road
If you are travelling from the North of England, you should travel South on the M6 and then follow the M5 to Exeter. Travellers from the London area should take the M4 and then the M5. Once you reach Exeter, the A30 will take you all the way to Penzance. Road travel information can be found at theaa.com/travel
Travel to Penzance by train
There are several fast inter-city express trains that operate daily directly from London Paddington and Birmingham New Street stations to Penzance. You should allow five or six hours for your journey. If you’re travelling from the North, there are direct trains each day from Scotland. National rail gives you all the information you need.
Travel to Penzance by plane
Newquay International Airport is the nearest commercial airport to Penzance and there are direct flights daily from London Gatwick, Leeds-Bradford and Manchester airports. During the summer, seasonal flights operate from an additional nine British airports. International flights operate from Ireland and Portugal, while flights to and from Germany should commence in 2018.
Travel to Penzance by coach
National Express coaches take around eight hours from London Victoria and Heathrow to Penzance. Other routes can be found at nationalexpress.com