Cardiff To Aberdeen Train


Cardiff city is bordered by the rural district of Vale of Glamorgan to the west and also known as ‘The Garden of Cardiff’. City inculcates numerous museums, languages, cityscapes and shopping centers to attract number of national and international tourists around the globe every year.

Main sources of attractions of Cardiff region are:

1. Pierhead Building
2. St. David's Hall
3. River Taff
4. St. Fagans Walk
5. Caerphilly Mountain
6. Castell Coch
7. Blue Ocean Activities & Adventure
8. Glyndwr Vineyard
9. The Ladybird

Transport in Cardiff:

Buses, trains, airplanes and water transport hold significant position in Cardiff’s city public transportation system. Cardiff airport allows domestic and international air links to south and west Wales. For bus means, National Express and Megabus are the popular service operators of the arena.


Aberdeen city is a record-breaking ten times winner of the competitions ‘Britain in Bloom’ and hosts many popular youth festivals of United Kingdom as well. City offers numerous festivals, performing arts, galleries, concert halls and music to be served as the best- in- class tourist’s attraction of the country.

Main sources of attractions of Aberdeen area

1. The Gordon Highlanders Museum
2. Footdee (Fittie)
3. Aberdeen Art Gallery
4. Fasque House
5. William Wallace Statue
6. Aberdeen Music Hall
7. Slains Castle
8. Karl’s Scottish Castle
9. Aberdeen Watersports Centre

Transport in Aberdeen:

Aberdeen city holds a significant position for passengers and freight flights for whole United Kingdom and European destinations. Along with airplanes, city also inculcates other public transport means as well from buses, trains to trams. Stagecoach Bluebird and First Aberdeen are among the popular bus service provides of the city.

Rail Transportation from Cardiff to Aberdeen:

Train services run between Cardiff Central to Aberdeen Station. The total journey time required to travel is 9 hours and 22 minutes for covering a distance of 634 kilometers.
Cross Country, East Coast, ScotRail, First TransPennine Express and Arriva Train Wales are the service providers between Cardiff to Aberdeen. Train services on this route may include 1 to 3 stops in between the destinations, depending upon the route options one uses. Departure of trains from Cardiff starts at around 09:30 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 04:56 p.m. There is a variation in tickets throughout the day from £199.10 (Minimum Price) to £209 (Maximum Price) with £204.05 (Average Price). Train tickets can be booked online at Trainline UK or at

The busiest day for this journey is Sunday and least busy day is Wednesday. There are six routes options available for train transportation here. The first route is from Cardiff to Aberdeen via Manchester Piccadilly, Edinburgh Haymarket and Dundee. Only train for this route departs at 09:30 a.m. and reaches Aberdeen by 07:25 p.m. with ticket charges of £199.10 only. Second route one can take is via Crewe, Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street. Earliest departure time for this route is 09:30 a.m. and lasts up to 03:56 p.m. with average ticket charges of £201.58.Third route one can take is via Crewe and Edinburgh Waverley. Earliest departure time for this route is 12:35 p.m. and lasts up to 02:40 p.m. with fixed ticket charges of £209. Fourth route one can take is via Crewe, Edinburgh Waverley and Dundee. Only train for this route departs at 04:56 p.m. and reaches Aberdeen by 08:14 a.m. with ticket charges of £209. Fifth route one can avail is via Crewe and Edinburgh Haymarket. Only train for this route departs at 10:20 a.m. and reaches Aberdeen by 07:42 p.m. Last route is via Birmingham New Street. Only train for this route departs at 11:45 a.m. from Cardiff and reaches Aberdeen by 09:42 p.m. with ticket charges of £199.10.

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