Manchester To Cardiff Train

Manchester:

Manchester city is popular for its six designated local nature reserves including Chorlton Water Park, Blackley Forest, Clayton Vale and Chorlton Ees and Ivy Green. Natural arena inculcates numerous monuments, buildings, skyscrapers and galleries to be served as the best- in- class tourist’s destination of the United Kingdom.

Main sources of attractions of Manchester area are:

1. The Manchester Museum
2. Manchester Town Hall
3. Castlefield Urban Heritage Park
4. Manchester Monastery
5. Elizabeth Gaskell House
6. Breakout Manchester
7. Manchester Climbing Centre
8. The Alchemist NYS
9. Afflecks
 
Transport in Manchester:

Manchester airport is the third busiest airport of the United Kingdom and the largest outside London region as well. City inculcates one of the most extensive bus networks of the country with more than 80% of the transportation means are from buses only. There are over 50 bus service operators in the Great Manchester region combining whole of the city to all major routes.

Cardiff:

Cardiff city is a part of the Euro-cities network of the largest European cities. City inculcates a wide range of industries, hotels, restaurants and shopping centers to attract hundred thousands of tourists around the globe every year.

Main sources of attractions of Cardiff region are:

1. St. David's Hall
2. World of Boats Cardiff Bay
3. Lightship 2000
4. Pierhead Building
5. Blue Ocean Activities & Adventure
6. New Theatre
7. Old Arcade
8. Minskys Showbar
9. Jacob's Antique Market

Transport in Cardiff:

City inculcates an extensive transportation network from trains, roads and water to cycling as well. It offers a 55 mile cycling path between Cardiff Bay and Brecon. Transportation services are mainly centered at Cardiff Central Bus Station provides direct services to London, Newcastle and Manchester.

Rail Transportation from Manchester to Cardiff:

Train services run between Manchester Piccadilly to Cardiff Central Station. The total journey time required to travel is 3 hours and 07 minutes for covering a distance of 232 kilometers.

Cross Country, Arriva Trains Wales and First Great Western are the service providers between Manchester and Cardiff. Train services on this route may include 1 to no stops in between the destinations, depending upon the route options one chooses. Departure of trains from Manchester starts at around 09:30 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 04:07 p.m. There is a variation in tickets throughout the day from £24 (Minimum Price) to £67.60 (Maximum Price) with £46.04 (Average Price).

There are two routes options available for train transportation here. The busiest day on this journey is Sunday and least busy days are Wednesday & Saturday. First train connection for this route is directly from Manchester Piccadilly to Cardiff. Earliest departure time for this route is 09:30 a.m. and last train on this route is by 04:30 p.m. Train tickets charges varies throughout the day from £24 to £32 with average ticket charges of £40.65. Using this route one can reach Cardiff latest by 12:37 p.m. and lasts up to 07:55 p.m. Second route is of via Bristol Parkway as in between station only. Earliest departure time for this route is 02:07 p.m. and last train on this route is by 04:07 p.m. Train tickets charges for this route is fixed irrespective of the departure timings i.e. £67.60 only. Using this route one can reach Cardiff latest by 05:46 p.m. and lasts up to 07:48 p.m.

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