Travel by train to Llandudno
Llandudno with its spanning seafront, Great Orme and great pier is Wales' answer to the South of France.
Llandudno's perfectly preserved Victorian seafront, with its pastel coloured hotels and authentic seafront architecture means it stands out as one of our top places to visit in North Wales. You can take a trip 200 metres above the sea to The Great Orme, an astonishing coastal landmark to enjoy views of the area. You'll likely stumble on some cheeky goats too.
We run trains to both Llandudno and Llandudno Junction. If you're visiting the seafront, take the train to Llandudno. You you can get to the seafront with onward travel from Llandudno Junction. Plan your visit with our Journey Planner.
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Known as ‘the Queen of Welsh Watering Places', Llandudno is located on the beautiful north coast of Wales, and with its sweeping promenade leading straight onto the clean soft sand, this destination is perfect for couples wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle. This two-mile stretch is bookended by, to the west, the Great Orme headland, and to the east, Little Orme. The former is inhabited by Kashmiri goats - the original pair a gift to the town. The train station occupies a site in the heart of the town, making Llandudno an ideal destination to visit by train.
Must see At Llandudno:
- Great Orme - This limestone mountain is just to the north west of Llandudno. Even if you don't feel like walking up to the top for spectacular views you can enjoy the The Great Orme Tramway or the copper mines.
- Llanduno Pier and Promenade - No trip to Llandudno would be complete without a stroll along the promenade and then taking in the pier. You can find shops and restaurants and enjoy fish and chips while taking in the view of the sea.
- Follow the white rabbit - When in Llandudno, you can also find many Alice in Wonderland characters scattered about. There’s an Alice Trail map available from Visit Conwy or you can simply follow the White Rabbit’s bronze footprints around the town.