Swansea railway station runs trains to most of Britain, including London, Bristol, Manchester, Swindon and Cardiff to name just a few. And the local area doesn’t miss out with regional services to Carmarthen, Pembroke Dock, Llanelli and Shrewsbury.
Built in 1863, Swansea railway station is Wales’ fourth busiest station. It has been renovated, with platforms lengthened and additional buildings built to serve the large number of passengers who travel through it. In 2013 it won both Wales’ Best Staffed Train Station and International Station of the Year.
Swansea itself has plenty to offer. From the National Waterfront Museum in the city’s Maritime Quarter, to Wales’ largest indoor market. With Swansea railway station less than 20 minutes from most attractions you really will be hopping off right in the centre of the city.
Average saving calculated by comparing Advance Single Standard Class ticket prices to the equivalent price of a Standard Class Super Off-Peak ticket bought on the day of travel. Advance fares are subject to availability. Selected GWR routes only. Advance fares available from up to 11 weeks prior to travel. Savings correct as of September 2018. Terms and conditions apply.