There are two primary bus companies servicing this route. The National Express runs 10 trips from the London Victoria Station to the Swansea Bus Station on a daily basis. These stations are accessible via public transport. The 4.5 hour journey covers over 300 kilometres along the M4 motorway.
Swansea is a coastal city located in Wales. The city is nicknamed "Copperopolis" due to its key role in the development of the copper industry during the 19th century. Swansea is an interesting city and worth visiting for its exciting cultural heritage. Both the National Waterfront Museum and the Swansea Museum give an in-depth look at the city's fascinating history. Catch a 20-minute bus ride from the Quadrant Shopping Centre to the Mumbles, home to a variety of Welsh fine dining establishments or to the Gower where you can enjoy some of Europe's finest beaches. The beautiful beaches are hardly crowded and offer visitors some peace of mind from the city life.