There are direct bus routes to Hereford from major cities including London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Leeds and Edinburgh, among others. However, if there isn't a direct route from your departure location, chances are there is one with just one or two changes, as is the case from Bristol, Liverpool, Glasgow and Brighton. Within Hereford, buses stop at the Country Bus Station, which is on Commercial Road, as well as the city centre and sites like the museum and cathedral. If you need to travel further afield, the station is also on Hereford's public transportation lines.
This charming city on the banks of the River Wye is one of southern England's most picturesque. Hereford has a lot to explore, with plenty of things to do and see located right in the city centre. From the scenic Hereford Bridge to the stunning cathedral - which hosts Mappa Mundi, the oldest intact medieval world map - the sites in this city are both visually and historically fascinating. The city's Old Market, which was built on the old livestock market, is newly renovated and still hosts the area's major agriculture auctions. Also, due to the region's farming ties, there is plenty to enjoy when it comes to food and drink, especially Hereford's famous cider - be sure to visit The Cider Museum to learn all about the city's long legacy when it come to producing their 'golden amber'.