In this section, you’ll find all the things that you’ll need to know about your visit to North Wales.
We’ve compiled some really helpful travel information to make your visit to North Wales perfect, so you can better plan your journey to North Wales.
Discover how you can travel around North Wales – whether that be to take in the sights or just get from A to B.
No matter where you’re travelling from or how you’re travelling, all the information you require is included below.
You might be surprised, but we’re really easy to get to From anywhere in Britain.
Just an hour from Manchester. And less than four from London.
Birmingham:- Distance: 80 miles Time: 1 hour and 45 min
Leeds:- Distance: 96 miles Time: 1 hour and 50 min
Liverpool:- Distance: 42 miles Time: 57 min
Leicester:- Distance: 100 miles Time: 2 hours and 35 min
London:- Distance: 195 miles Time: 3 hours and 37 min
Manchester:- Distance: 54 miles Time: 1 hour and 11 min
Nottingham:- Distance: 93 miles Time: 2 hours and 28 min
Stoke-on-Trent:- Distance: 41 miles Time: 1 hour
Fast rail services link London (Euston) with the coast and serve the University City of Bangor and Holyhead, the gateway to Ireland. Rail services from London Euston and local train enquiries. Tel: 08712 002233
North Wales by Rail
Crewe to Holyhead – 123 min
Manchester to Llandudno Junction – 120 min
London to Flint – 163 min
Irish Ferries: Dublin to Holyhead
Tel: 08717 300400 (General Enquiries)
Stena Line: Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead
Tel: 08445 764764
For public transport information please follow the links below: