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Coaches to Cardiff

Cardiff is the capital city of Wales, the 11th largest city in the UK and a constant draw for tourists who wish to experience its culture, castles and abbeys, as well as its vibrant nightlife. The city is linked to the rest of the country by a number of bus services including StageCoach Southwales and Newport bus.

Which is the main coach station in Cardiff?

Almost all coaches to Cardiff terminate at Cardiff Central station, which is also the hub for rail services to and from the city. The station boasts a number of useful services including ATM services and Wi-fi.

Which bus companies offer coaches to Cardiff?

The main operator of coaches to Cardiff is National Express, who offer connections to locations all over the United Kingdom, including major cities such as London and Manchester, and regional connections to Welsh hubs like Bangor. Routes can be direct or indirect, with indirect lines usually requiring a maximum of 1 change.

Why travel by coach to Cardiff?

Cardiff is a sought-after destination for tourists and those who are simply looking to get out of the normal routine for a day and experience something different. Day trips from London are a popular choice at just over 3 hours direct, allowing Londoners to escape the fast pace of the English capital for some scenic recuperation. Must-sees include Cardiff Castle, a Gothic edifice with a rich history, and Cardiff bay, an area known for both its marina and its fantastic eateries.

Before you travel to Cardiff by coach - good to know!

While there are many large-scale attractions in the city, there is also a growing craft beer scene as well as a rich artistic heritage. Head down to Spillers Records in Morgan Arcade and soak in the atmosphere of the world’s oldest record store. A compact city, Cardiff is connected by bus services that tend to move anti-clockwise around the city. While hackney cabs can be hailed by the roadside, all other taxis must be pre-booked by phone or by going to a licensed taxi rank. If you are renting a car, you should be conscious of the many pedestrianised streets that are off-limits to drivers. Bikes are one of the most popular ways to get around, with rental locations available around the city.

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