London To Cardiff Train

London:

London city is among the largest metropolitan areas of the United Kingdom and was the most populous city of the world from 1831 to 1925. City is home of numerous landmarks, palaces, museums and galleries to be served as the best-in-class tourist’s destinations around the globe.

Main sources of attractions of London area are:

1. Buckingham Palace
2. The London Eye
3. Piccadilly Circus
4. St. Paul's Cathedral
5. Tower Bridge
6. Trafalgar Square
7. The Shard
8. Vauxhall Bridge
9. Historia Regum Britanniae

Transport in London:

The London Underground is one of the largest underground railway stations of the world. Along with the trains, trams & buses are also the main sources of transportation in the city. Transport for London is one of the popular service providers of the arena having 28 stops and 4 routes to extensively cover up the whole city.

Cardiff:


Cardiff city is built on the marshland on a bed of Triassic stones; this respective marshland stretches from Chepstow to the Fly Estuary, which is also the natural boundary of the city and the Vale of Glamorgan. City inculcates numerous museums, art centers, galleries and demography to attract hundred thousands of tourists every year.

Main sources of attractions for Cardiff region are:

1. St. Fagans: National History Museum
2. Roath Park
3. Castell Coch
4. Cardiff Bay Barrage
5. Wales Millennium Centre
6. Delta Force Paintball Cardiff
7. Brewhouse
8. The Gravity Station
9. Vom fass cardiff

Transport in Cardiff:

City is served by three major junctions of the M4 highway and other highways lead onto the M4. Along with extensive train and bus service available, water means are also among the popular transportation of the arena. Cardiff waterbus is one of the popular means for this, serving from Pierhead on Cardiff's Waterfront and the Penarth end of the Cardiff Bay Barrage with short sightseeing cruises too.

Rail Transportation from London to Cardiff:

Train services run between London Paddington to Cardiff Central Station. The total journey time required to travel is 2 hours and 01 minutes for covering a distance of 208 kilometers.

First Great Western is the only service providers between London and Cardiff. Train services on this route may include no stops in between the destinations, irrespective of the route options one chooses. Departure of trains from London starts at around 09:15 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 01:45 p.m. in the afternoon. There is a variation in tickets throughout the day from £26.70 (Minimum Price) to £54 (Maximum Price) with £62.36 (Average Price).

There is only one route option available for train transportation here. The busiest day on this journey is Sunday with the second busiest days are Monday & Thursday and least busy day is Friday. Only train connection is directly from London to Cardiff. Using this route one can reach Cardiff latest by 11:23 a.m. and lasts up to 03:46 p.m. Peak hours are generally applicable in the afternoon as train ticket charges in the morning are minimum i.e. £26.70 generally and maximum for the afternoon trains i.e. £54. There are two trains on an average from London to Cardiff during weekdays. Especially of weekends, there is 1 special indirect train per hour from London between 07:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on Saturday and on Sunday also between 8:00 a.m. to 09:30 a.m.

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