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How To Get Here

An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a National park, award winning coast and a World Heritage Site, Snowdonia is renowned throughout the world as a visitor haven. And improved transport systems mean that getting here is now easier and faster than ever.

Getting Here

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BY ROAD


From the North West the M6 links into the M56 and then the A55, the main coastal route through North Wales.

From the Midlands, follow the historic A5 from the M54.

Journeying from the South,the scenic A487 and A470 link right up the North Wales coast.

National Express coach services run to Llandudno, Bangor, Caernarfon and Porthmadog
Tel. 08717 818181map how to get here 2

BY RAIL


Direct rail services run into the popular North Wales coastal region and over to Holyhead from most parts of Britain.

Services from the Midlands through Shrewsbury and Machynlleth link up with the Cambrian Coastal line to Pwllheli and provide stunning views.

Tel. 08457 484950

BY AIR


Three international airports are less than two hours transfer time—
Manchester (0161 4893000) and Liverpool John Lennon (0870 1298484) for northern Snowdonia

Birmingham (08707 355511) for southern Snowdonia.

Getting Around


For details of local trains and buses, including the Snowdon Sherpa services which operate around the mountains of Snowdonia, visit www.gwynedd.gov.uk/publictransport
or contact TravelineCymru on 08712002233 www.traveline-cymru.info

Download the FREE Traveline App for iPhone or android to find bilingual public transport information for the whole of Wales.

LOCAL COACH OPERATORS


Alpine Travel, Llandudno 01492 879133

Arvonia Coaches, Llanrug, Caernarfon 01286 675175

Eifion Coach Hire, Gwalchmai, Anglesey 01407 721111

Silverstar, Caernarfon 01286 672333


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