Cardiff Coach Station
Cardiff Coach Station is handily located on Wood Street in the city centre, and forms part of a major bus transport interchange, connecting with the rail, taxi and cycle networks of the capital. With 34 stands, serving numerous local and national bus routes, Cardiff Coach Station is the largest coach station in the city - and indeed, in the whole of Wales.
In the thick of the action
For new arrivals in the city, Cardiff Coach Station is the perfect place to start. If you're coming to town for a match, you'll find that Cardiff Coach Station is right next door to the Millennium Stadium, which also makes for a quick getaway from the crowds when it's time to go home. The station is a mere stone's throw from Cardiff's massive Vue cinema, and it's a short walk to Cardiff Castle, through the bustling city centre.
Its central location means that departures from Cardiff Coach Station needn't be a hassle - you can sip a coffee or swig a pint in one of the many bars and cafés nearby, and then simply stroll over to your coach when it's ready to leave.
From here to anywhere
And if you're continuing your journey from Cardiff Coach Station, the city's well-organized transport hub makes it easy to get to your destination with a minimum of fuss. Pick up a taxi from one of the ranks around the station, pop round the corner to the train station, or hop on a local bus. There are even two bike hire stands, where you can pick up a two-wheeled steed on which to explore the city.
For those heading further afield, National Express runs services from Cardiff Coach Station to London, Swansea, Birmingham and The North, as well as Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.
There's even a free shuttle bus, which circles the city centre every 10 minutes, making Cardiff Coach Station the ideal place to start your exploration of the city.