Travelodge Cardiff Llanederyn

Circle Way East, off A48 (M), Llanederyn, Cardiff, Southern Wales, CF23 9PD, United Kingdom
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London Luton to Cardiff

by stefanfarr

Dear all,

i already posted a question in the London Forum about travelling from London Luton to Cardiff. They informed me that the bus is available but apparently its quite a lengthy journey plus a number of stops.

Now i'm considering renting a car - do you know roughly how long does it take to get to cardiff from london luton by car? i'll be travelling on a saturday morning.

Regards
Stefan

Re: London Luton to Cardiff

by leics

http://www.theaa.com/route-planner/index.jsp?database=B

is a better bet than google, because it will tell about roadworks, potential traffic blackspots etc.

Put in Luton airport.

Its estimated timing is around 2h 53m, but I would allow at least 3.5 hours. Traffic can be very slow on the MI/M25, even on a Saturday.

Will you be keeping the car? One-way hire will carry a premium, but you may find parking in Cardiff to be difficult/expensive (depending on where you are staying, obviously).

Re: London Luton to Cardiff

by robine

I think that your best option will almost certainly be the train.

Re: London Luton to Cardiff

by dave.richards

Parking in Cardiff will not be a problem (we have several car parks) unless you arrive in the afternoon on a 'match day' but it is expensive unless your hotel provides free parking and as the others said, it will take over 3 hours (4 hours if you stop for a rest, which you should).
One-way hire is very expensive also so the best way to travel is either by coach or by train.

Re: London Luton to Cardiff

by stefanfarr

Thanks a lot for your information - i will travelling from London Luton to watch U2 in summer and then travelling back to London Luton the following day - thanks for the info as that way i can plan my trip better

Regards
Stefan

Re: London Luton to Cardiff

by dave.richards

Car hire is the best option as you collect and return from the same office but there may be a problem in that it will be easy to collect the car on the Saturday morning but not so easy returning it on a Sunday as some car hire offices may be shut. Check out the airport car hire firms to see which are open on a Sunday.

If yo do hire a car, make sure that the carpark you use in Cardiff is a 24/7 as we have some that are locked after a certain time (Capitol Shopping Centre for example) and wont re-open until 10.30 or 11.00am on the Sunday.

Travel Tips for Cardiff

The National Museum and Gallery of Wales

by siggyincardiff

I'd lived in Cardiff for several years before I ever went to the museum, and I admit to being amazed. I was expecting a much smaller, locally-focused museum and was astonished to find that the place is absolutely huge and rivals some of the better London museums and galleries I've been to! The gallery section alone took me over 2 hours to walk around, and it will take many more visits before I can say that I've seen even half of what's there! The main surprise is the number of valuable paintings by extremely famous artists. Tip: if you visit, find out about the Davies bequest.

Norweigan Church

by barryg23

I really liked this Norweigan Church down by the Bay. Much of this area is under development and it's well worth visiting. I don't know why the church is thus called, but it's got a nice coffee-shop and a cool art gallery upstairs.

Ruggers Atmosphere

by Taffster

If you find yourself in cardiff on an International rugby weekend then you're in luck. The atmosphere is awesome and not to be missed. Mingle with locals and visitors who share a passion and expect a trouble free atmosphere for a great day and night.

If this is not your scene, head out of town for the day. Open mind, sense of humour and your drinking head!

National Showcaves Centre for Wales

by percy961

Created 350 Million years ago, the National Showcaves Centre for Wales, voted the Welsh Visitor Attraction of the year 2000, is situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park and gives you the opportunity to travel back though time.

Goodrich Castle, England

by Carmela71

OK, it is in England, but it is a nice excursion, an hour and a half from Cardiff, visit Ross on wye, Goodrich castle and Monmouth.

We did not visit the inside as we had to pay (and i think it was expensive), inside is not much done, if you want to see inside castles you can always visit the one of Cardiff or Coch Castle

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Address: Circle Way East, off A48 (M), Llanederyn, Cardiff, Southern Wales, CF23 9PD, United Kingdom