Cardiff, or "Caerdydd", is the capital of Wales and the eleventh-largest city in the United Kingdom. Catching a train to Cardiff is simple as The Cardiff Central Railway Station plays a huge part in Welsh transport connecting Welsh cities to major UK cities such as London, Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow and more. The city offers a great selection of attractions and things to do such as historic castles, shopping at the St.David's center, three major performing arts theatres and rugby at the Millennium Stadium.
There is an extensive amount of train providers connecting Cardiff with the rest of the UK including Great Western Railway, Cross Country, Arriva Trains Wales and Virgin Trains.
Train ticket prices can vary depending on your location. But booking from 6-8 weeks in advance is the key to finding cheap train tickets to Cardiff.
Due to commuter demand, the most pricey time to travel by train to Cardiff tends to be in the morning between 8:30 a.m and 11:30 a.m.
Cardiff Central Railway Station is the main arrival point for those traveling to the city by train. Passengers arriving at Cardiff Station will find themselves only a ten minute walk from the high street. There are local buses which stop at the station and travel to the surrounding towns. There is also a taxi rank outside the station.