Glasgow To Cardiff Train

Glasgow:

Glasgow city is among the top major centers of higher education and research of United Kingdom. City inculcates unique attractions for everyone starting from kids, young to old people with paramount bus services, almost all are provided by private operators through SPT part, to facilitate number of tourists every year.

Main sources of attractions of Glasgow region are:

1. Ruchill Park
2. Tolbooth Steeple
3. Templeton's Carpet Factory
4. Merchant's House
5. Royal Troon Golf Club
6. Drygate Brewery
7. Tron Theatre
8. Blue Dog
9. 13th Note

Transport in Glasgow:

Rail and bus system is fairly extensive in Glasgow. Queen street station and Glasgow entral stations are two main stations. Bus services are provided by Stagecoach, Mcgill’s and Glasgow city bus with Buchanan bus station as main station.  Trams were also in use before 1962 in Glasgow. Underground metro system known as Subway is also popular here.

Cardiff:

Cardiff city is situated in the north temperate zone of United Kingdom and has maritime climate characterized by mild weather i.e. often cloudy, wet and windy. City inculcates the only international airport in Wales which links domestic and international places of the world to Cardiff. City offers a wide range of demography, languages and nightlife places to attract thousands of tourists around the world.

Main sources of attractions for Cardiff area are:

1. Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama
2. St. Fagans Walk
3. National Assembly
4. Cathays Park
5. Cardiff Cycle Tours
6. Aurora Health & Beauty
7. Cardiff History and Hauntings - The Cardiff Castle Ghost Tour
8. The Glee Club
9. St. David's Hall

Transport in Cardiff:

Shuttle services in Cardiff provide connections to London Paddington and Bristol Parkway. Valley Lines is a sub urban metro network operated by Arriva Wales. Aquabus is also a popular mode of transportation in Cardiff. From Cardiff airport you can take flights to other UK cities or European destinations.

Rail Transportation from Glasgow to Cardiff:

Train services run between Glasgow to Cardiff Central Station. The total journey time required to travel is 5 hours and 37 minutes for covering a distance of 492 kilometers.

Arriva Trains Wales, First Great Western, Cross Country and Virgin Trains are the service providers between Glasgow and Cardiff. Train services on this route may include 1 to 2 stops in between the destinations, depending upon the route options one chooses. Departure of trains from Glasgow starts at around 09:00 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 05:00 p.m. 

There are three routes options available for train transportation here. The busiest day on this journey is Sunday and least busy days are Wednesday & Friday.

First train connection for this route is from Glasgow to Cardiff via Preston and Crewe. Earliest departure time for this route is 09:40 a.m. and last train on this route is by 01:40 p.m. using this route one can reach Cardiff latest by 03:53 p.m. and lasts up to 07:56 p.m. Second route is via Crewe and Newport (Gwent). Only train for this route departs at 09:00 a.m. and reaches Cardiff by 02:50 p.m. Last route for this train connection is via Crewe. Using this route one can reach Cardiff latest by 02:53 p.m. and lasts up to 11:04 p.m. Train ticket charges for all of these routes are fixed i.e. £147 only, irrespective of train departure timings from Glasgow.

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