Abergavenny; a quaint market town in the heart of Monmouthshire, ideal for a rural escape.
Abergavenny is often promoted as a gateway to Wales, and it’s easy to see why. From here you can easily visit the nearby Black Mountains, Bannau Brycheiniog National Park (the Brecon Beacons) and Offa's Dyke Path. Add in a mouth-watering food festival and the Greenman festival in neighbouring Glanusk in Crickhowell, and you've got a great destination for a rural retreat.
Travelling to Abergavenny by train
Visiting Abergavenny by train has never been easier, with frequent services arriving from across Wales, the borders and the Northwest of England. Abergavenny railway station has recently been modernised to make it more accessible for our customers.
You can travel to Abergavenny on the following routes, keeping Wales well-connected:
- Cardiff Central to Abergavenny
- Aberdare to Abergavenny
- Hereford to Abergavenny
- Merthyr Tydfil to Abergavenny
- Pontypridd to Abergavenny
- Aberystwyth to Abergavenny
- Bridgend to Abergavenny
- Caerphilly to Abergavenny
- Carmarthen to Abergavenny
- Cwmbran to Abergavenny
- Llanelli to Abergavenny
- Manchester Piccadilly to Abergavenny
- Newport to Abergavenny
- Shrewsbury to Abergavenny
- Swansea to Abergavenny
Why visit Abergavenny?
Abergavenny has plenty to offer its visitors. Whether you’re travelling alone, with family or friends or with a loved one, there’s something for everyone.
From the incredible food festival to the Greenman festival, check out some of the most exciting attractions in Abergavenny on our ‘Things to do in Abergavenny’ page.