Cardiff To Newcastle Train

Cardiff:

The transportation system in Cardiff city is very vast having the largest railway station in wales with 7 platforms and provides nearby services to Bridgend and Newport, longer distance services to Wrexham and Holyhead, and other services to Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, London and Edinburgh stations. It also have “Suburban Rail System” known as “Valley Lines”, which have 8 lines serving 20 stations across the city. The city also has Cardiff Airport with a distance of 16 kilometers from the city, is the only International Airport in Wales.

The principal areas of attraction in the Cardiff  area are:

1. Wales Millennium Centre,
2. St. Fagans National History Museum,
3. National Cardiff Museum,
4. Cardiff International White Water,
5. Norwegian Church, Cardiff,
6. Cardiff Central Library,
7. St. John the Baptist Church, Cardiff,
8. Red Dragon Centre,
9. Chapter Arts Centre.

Newcastle:

Newcastle city is famous for its history of theatres. Stephen Kemble has successfully run a “Theatre Royal” for 15 years from 1791 to 1806. He also collects his  Kemble family members such as “Sarah Siddons” and “John Kemble”  for acting. The city also contains many theatres such as:

1. Theatre Royal, the largest theatre,
2. The Volvo Tyne Theatre,
3. Northern Stage,
4. Live Theatre,
5. People’s Theatre,
6. Jubilee Theatre.

Including above theatres, the other attraction centers in the Newcastle are:

1. Discovery Museum,
2. Jesmond Dene House,
3. Laing Art Gallery,
4. Beamish Museum,
5. Angel of the North,
6. Newcastle Cathedral,
7. Metro Radio Arena,
8. Newcastle Town Wall,
9. Grainger Town.  

Trains Connecting Between Cardiff and Newcastle:

Train services to Newcastle from Cardiff are provided by Arriva Trains Wales, Cross Country, First TransPennine Express, Virgin trains and ScotRail providers with 5 to 6 transfers in between these two stations.

1. Cardiff Central to Newcastle via Crewe, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Irish Ferries), Dubli Conn CIE, Belfast Central. It gets about 14 hours and 4 minutes to  finish the whole journey with a minimum charge of £55.

2. Cardiff Central to Newcastle via  Crewe, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Stena), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central with an average fare price of £55.50 and it takes about 14 hours and 4 minutes to finish the entire journey.

3. Cardiff Central to Newcastle via Crewe, Glasgow Central, Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. The time duration needed to move a complete journey is approximately 13 hours and 55 minutes with a minimal cost of £53.50.   

4. Cardiff Central to Newcastle via Bristol Parkway, Birmingham New Street, Glasgow Central, Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. The minimum journey time required from Cardiff to Newcastle is approximately 13 hours and 50 minutes with a minimal price of £53.50.

The busiest travel days are Sundays and Mondays with 19% and 18% passengers  of the week, while this percentage just reduced to 9 on Wednesdays.

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