How to get here
Compact and easily accessible South East Wales is only 2 hours
from London. Situated on the western side of
Britain, the region has excellent transport links include
an International airport, rail and ferry links.
Southern Wales enjoys exceptional road links via the M4 (from
London and South East England) and the M50/M5 (from the Midlands
and North) ensuring that much of Britain, including gateway
airports and ferry terminals, are within a 3-hour drive. Direct
coach services operate between Cardiff, Newport, Bridgend and
London Heathrow and Gatwick airports, as well as major population
Distances (by road) to Cardiff:
For up to date traffic information and travel advice visit the
Traffic Wales website
Like the roads, Southern Wales is well served by
rail. There are mainline stations at Newport, Cardiff and
Bridgend, whilst the excellent local network means that most of our
towns are accessible by train.
For more information on train times visit the National Rail
Southern Wales is home to Cardiff International Airport whilst
slightly further afield are the airports of Bristol, Brimingham and
Exeter. Around 2 hours away from the region is London
Heathrow airport with arrivals from all over the world.
Please visit the airports' websites for more information:
London Heathrow Airport
Wales has a number of seaports with direct ferry services to
Ireland while the ports of southern England which operate services
from the rest of Europe are only around 3 hours away.
For more information contact the ferry operators directly
For more information on getting to, and around Southern Wales
visit the Travel Line Cymru Website