Cardiff Transportation

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    Cardiff Central Station
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    Train at Cardiff Central station
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  • 1. By Bus

    The public transportation of Cardiff consists of local buses, which are operated on an exact fare system. Cardiff is subdivided in 4 tariff zones. The single fare is calculated on how many zones you...

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  • 2. By Train

    In December 2012, I travelled via Birmingham New Street Station from Leeds to Cardiff Central with Cross Country Trains. It cost me 66 gbp for an advance return (37 gbp outbound and 29 gbp inbound -...

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  • 3. City Sightseeing Guided Bus Tour

    In Cardiff you will find the hop on - hop off bus. Ideal for sightseeing Cardiff. For 2009 there were 10 stops: Cardiff Castle (Castell Caerdydd) National museum of Wales (Amgueddfa Cymru) Holland...

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  • 4. By Plane

    In May 2012 I arrived in Cardiff by air from Amsterdam. I had previously flown from Edinburgh to Cardiff some years earlier, but this was the first time to arrive from abroad. On arrival we had to go...

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  • 5. By Car

    I’m pretty sure it’s easy to rent a car at Cardiff airport, but as we stayed central and the airport is pretty outside we were looking for a car rental company close to the centre. That was a bit more...

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  • 6. Walking

    As Cardiff is not a big capital city, everything is in walking distance in the city centre. The main sights like the Millenium Stadium or Cardiff Castle are just 5 to 10 minutes on foot from the...

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  • 7. Aquabus

    If you want to go from the city centre to Cardiff Bay, the Aquabus is quite a picturesque way to do it, although it is not the fastest.It is a small boat with...

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  • 8. Sea Safaris – Cardiff Bay

    This must be Cardiff Bay’s ultimate powerboat experience that begins with a sedate lap of Cardiff bay before providing a fast experience into the Bristol...

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  • 9. Aquabus – Cardiff Bay

    The Aquabus service runs a cruise around the bay and a regular service to the city centre, the boats may also be hired for dining and entertaining...

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  • 10. How to move around

    walkThe city is center is compact and we could easily walked around everywhere. We noticed the usual hop on hop off bus but it was empty all the times :)You can...

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  • 11. How to go there

    By trainThe most common connection with other cities and London is by train. Fast and easy you will be right in the city center of Cardiff as the train station...

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  • 12. Water taxi

    The water taxi is cruising over Cardiff Bay. Connecting one side to the other.When I was using it, I tried to pay for it while I was on the boat. But the lady...

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  • 13. All aboard the Aquabus..

    Aquabus run a lovely boat service from the Centre of Cardiff (Bute Park) along the river taff, past the Milennium stadium, over to the Cardiff bay barrage and...

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  • 14. Getting to Cardiff

    .Driving to Cardiff & ParkingOn our weekend to Cardiff we drove from (West) London. The trip took about 2 1/2 hours, along the M4 motorway. This is a very easy...

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  • 15. Water shuttle

    A great way of getting around is by water bus which links the Cardiff bay with the City centre at the castle and millenum stadium. The return journey costs just...

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  • 16. Cardiff Cats

    The Waterbus offers an exciting 30 min cruise around Cardiff Bay taking in all of the sights, including the opportunity to land (if you wish) at the famous...

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  • 17. How Much?

    Just a note, if your leaving Cardiff central in the early hours of the morning and need to get to say Pontypridd, be warned it is expensive. Not only that but...

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  • 18. Taff Trail ~ Llwybr Taf

    The Taff Trail footpath / cyclepath leads all the way from Cardiff Bay to Brecon, 45 miles away in the mountains.Of course you don't have to follow all of it!!...

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  • 19. How to get to Cardiff on public transport

    A number of websites will be useful to choose the best way to get to and from Cardiff.Train times can be found at http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/. There are good...

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  • 20. FREE Taxis, eco-friendly!!!

    They have been around since Summer 2004 and seem very popular. Not surprising really - these are FREE "Velo" taxis which will take you on a tour of the city...

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  • 21. Cardiff Cats

    The Cardiff Cats are a number of small passenger boats, which ferry passengers between Cardiff Bay, Cardiff Centre and Penarth. Its inexpensive (£3 return) and...

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  • 22. Waterbus to the Bay

    This isn't the cheapest way to get between Cardiff Bay and the City Centre (try the Bay Express bus service from the station if you want a cheaper, more...

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