Travel in Wales

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Why not travel around Wales on public transport?

There are many different travel routes in and around Wales which include air, train, bus or boat, plan ahead now for your next holiday, vacation or visit to Wales.

Traveline Cymru is a public transport information service funded by the Welsh Government.   BayTrans welcomes you to Swansea Bay, whether you travel in Wales with or without a car.
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We work in partnership with operators and local authorities to provide public transport information across the UK for bus, coach and train, as well as walking and cycling routes. Our purpose is to offer a ‘one-stop-shop’ for travel in Wales information, where you can find all the journey information you’ll need in one place, in a few simple steps. You can call our bi-lingual Contact Centre on 0871 200 22 33 with any travel or journey planning queries you may have. Our Contact Centre agents, based in Penrhyndeudraeth, North Wales, are available between 7am – 8pm daily, throughout the year. Visitors coming by car may choose to relax and use the local bus network travel routes to access the coastal path or visit attractions without the need to find parking space. Swansea Bay: trains every hour, every weekday either direct or one convenient interchange from most parts of the UK; and by coach, direct service or connections several times a day. There are lots of hotels and guest houses conveniently close to all three principal stations and frequent buses take you deep into the wonderful countryside and coastline around Swansea Bay where there also excellent places to stay. All you need to plan a short mid-week or weekend break or day trip to one of Wales’s loveliest, and in some places, least well known areas, is just few clicks of your mouse away.

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