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When you arrive into Wales


Cardiff International Airport (Maes Awyr Rhyngwladol Caerdydd) is situated in Rhoose, 12 miles west of Cardiff City Centre. For more information on Cardiff International Airport go to


A rail link connects the terminal to Cardiff Central via a free shuttle bus to and from Rhoose Cardiff International Station. Trains run in each direction every hour to Cardiff Central Station and Bridgend, with onward connections to other destinations on the United Kingdom rail network. For more information, including fares go to


Cardiff Bus number X91 operates between Cardiff (Central Station) and Cardiff International Airport hourly on Monday to Saturday daytime and every two hours during the daytime on Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays. An adult single fare is £3.70 and a child single fare of £2.60 for fares between Cardiff (Central Station) and Cardiff International Airport. Keep in kind these fares are subject to change at any time.


The official taxi operator for the airport is Checker cars and they are located outside the arrivals hall to the right as you exit the building. For more information on the Checker Cars go to



Arriving by Ferry

Irish Ferries and Stena Line operate regular and high-speed services to Holyhead from Dublin and Dun Laoghaire. Irish Ferries runs four trips each way every day, with the earliest leaving Holyhead at 3:30am and from Dublin at 6:15am. It will usually cost you approx. IR£25 for a return ticket and the journey will take approx. 1 hour. If you are lucky enough to have a car, the trip will cost you between £99 and £179 each way depending on the season. If you would like to contact Irish Ferries and find out timetables their official web site is If you would like Stena Line there website is





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