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Getting there

Wales is served by a number of direct train routes starting in London Paddington, London Euston, Portsmouth, Birmingham and Manchester. There are also coach connection­s from cities across England, plus direct flights to Cardiff from Aberdeen, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Jersey.

Getting around

Exploring by car is straightfo­rward in North and South Wales; driving through Mid Wales is slower, but scenic.

Coach and bus services connect most cities, as do train routes (particular­ly in North and South Wales).

The Wales Way is a family of three routes suited to walkers and cyclists: the Coastal Way runs for 180 miles along Cardigan Bay; the Cambrian Way leads for 185 miles between Llandudno and Cardiff; and the North Wales Way runs for 75 miles from the border to Anglesey.

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