Travelling to Cardiff

Full details of the best ways to travel.

Travelling by Road.

From the Severn Bridge. Leave the M4 at Junction 29 on to the M48/A48. Stay on this road, which will take you in to Cardiff. Beware of the speed cameras! After you pass the large Tesco on your left, go in to the left lane and get ready to turn left, following the sign for City Centre Llandaff. A4119. Stay in the left lane. At the next junction turn left. on to Cardiff Road. Stay in the left lane. At the main set of traffic lights turn left. Stay on this road for approx a mile and a half. You will see the brown sign for the National Sport centre & Swalec stadium. Turn left and park. The main car park opposite the National Sport Centre is free. If it's full, you will need to park further down, but these spaces are pay and display!

Travelling from West Wales. Get off the M4 at Junction 32. Take the A470 south to Cardiff. Keep following the signs for City Centre. On the main roundabout, take the turning for Cardiff Airport.. As you join Western Ave, you will see the large Tesco storeon your left. From there follow the above directions.

The postcode for National Sport Centre is CF11 9SW.

Cardiff Airport.

The airport is twelve miles for the city centre. There are rail and bus links to Cardiff.


The main station serving Cardiff, is Cardiff Central.

Cardiff Bus Station, Bus information.

Cardiff is one of the flatest cities in the UK. Easy to get around, and if the weather is fine, easy to walk anywhere.

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