Trains to Cardiff Central

Cardiff Central Railway Station is a Grade II listed building in the bustling city centre by the side of the River Taff. From the station, you can see the nearby Millennium Stadium, which is practically next door. It’s the largest and busiest station in Wales and is positioned on the South Wales Main Line. Cardiff Central operates regular services to Fishguard Harbour, where passengers change to ferries for Ireland. There are also frequent services to other Welsh stations, both local and further afield, including Swansea, Barry Island and Merthyr Tydfil as well as trains to Birmingham and Cheltenham.

Cardiff Central Station Information

Ticket on Departure Machine?

Yes

You will find Self-service Ticket machines located in the front and rear of ticket hall during opening times, there is an additional Self-service Ticket machine available at the rear of the station. Cardiff Central Station is open between 4am and 1am every day.

Opening Hours:

Monday To Friday: 0540-2130
Saturday: 0540-2130
Sunday: 0800-2130

Reservations & tickets requiring reservations are sold at the following times only; Mon - Sat 0900 - 1800 Sun 1300 - 1730

Nearby Taxi Information:

Supatax - 029 2045 6789
Delta - 029 2020 2020
Dragon - 029 2033 3333

Map of Cardiff Central

Cardiff Central Hotel Information

Trains between Westbury and Bath Spa are being delayed by up to 20 minutes. More details can be found in Latest Travel News.

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