Suite 12-14, Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, CF10 2EQ
Cardiff is easily accessible via the M4 motorway, which runs through the north of the city, making London a comfortable drive away. From the Midlands, the North of England and Scotland it is a straightforward drive via the M6, M5 and M50/M4. From the South and South West of England the approach is by M5 and M4. Access from West Wales is by M4.
Cardiff Airport is 12 miles west of the city centre and 10 miles from Junction 33 of the M4. The airport has direct ights to over 50 destinations and connecting ights to over 800 destinations worldwide. Visit the Cardiff Wales airport website for details. Bristol International Airport is only 1 hour away by car with routes direct from the US as well as ights from within the UK and Europe. From March 2013, Greyhound coach services will provide a link to and from Cardiff to Bristol Airport. Birmingham, Manchester and London Airports are also all easily accessible from Cardiff.
There are 3 train stations in the For Cardiff area, Cardiff Central, Queens Street and Cathays. Cardiff Central is one of the UK’s major railway stations and welcomes almost 12 million to the Welsh capital each year and connects the city to Newport, Bristol, Bath, London, Southampton, Portsmouth, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Birmingham and Cardiff. The journey time from London Paddington to Cardiff is just over 2 hours and leaves every 30 minutes.
Cardiff is one of the UKs attest cities and easily negotiated by bike. You’ll find plenty of bike racks around the city centre and cycle paths provide tra c-free routes.