Travel to Wales by road
Getting to Wales by car is easy and fast wherever you are in the UK. If you’re travelling from the North of England or Scotland, the M6 or M56 will be one of the faster roads to take on your way South, taking a scenic route through North Wales on your way to your destination. From the South-West, the M4 will deliver you to Hendy, where you can then take the A48 if you’d like to travel further into Wales. From the South-East and London, heading along the M4 will take you on a beautiful drive through the North Wessex Downs on your way west. Keep in mind that a £6.50 toll applies when travelling into Wales across the Severn Bridges.
Coaches also run frequently from around the country, with many leaving from London Victoria coach station each day to Cardiff, Aberystwyth and more.
To plan your journey we recommend using the AA Route Planner
For more information and/or to check for possible delays visit: www.traffic-wales.com
Travel to Wales by train
Taking the train from London Paddington is a fast way to get to Cardiff or Newport, stopping in Reading, Bath and Bristol on its way. Trains running from London Euston Station can get you speedily to Llandudno, while direct services run from Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and more can deliver you to stations throughout the North and South. Take the train if you’re looking for a relaxing journey with exciting views.
For more information and/or to check train times and prices visit: nationalrail.co.uk
Travel to Wales by plane
Direct flights to Cardiff Airport run from most major airports in the UK several times a day, which can be one of the faster routes into Wales. Take travel times from Cardiff to your final destination into consideration, as this may extend your journey time significantly.
For more information and/or to check flight times and prices visit: cardiff-airport.com