Taking under an hour, if you plan to travel from Bangor to Llandudno, catching the train allows you to arrive feeling relaxed and ready for the day ahead.

With services running throughout the day, why not take advantage of our special deals on tickets, including Off-peak, or our Club50 for those in their prime. Located on the northern coast of Wales, Llandudno is a popular tourist destination, offering glorious beaches, stunning views and friendly locals. Known as the ‘Queen of Welsh Watering Places’, Llandudno has plenty of family-friendly activities.

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You can visit Llandudno Bay, where the Promenade sweeps wide and clear around the curve. With a plethora of charming places to dine, locally caught fish and chips is a favourite, and there’s plenty to take away and enjoy whilst relaxing on the sand. Walk along the North Shore, and you’ll come to the Llandudno Pier, with stalls, children’s carnival rides, and trips across the Bay in a paddle steamer.

Stop by the West Shore for a taste of literary history. Alice Liddell, the inspiration for Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, spent her childhood summer holidays here.

Nearby, the Great Orme, a dramatic limestone headland offers views all the way to the Lake District. Luckily there’s a tram to take you to the summit, and on the journey up, see if you can spot the shaggy Kashmiri goats, circling falcons and little owls. 

Behind the Promenade is Mostyn Street, the main shopping district of Llandudno. Every year, there’s a fun-packed Victorian Extravaganza, a three-day carnival that transforms Mostyn Street into a funfair.

Experience everything that Llandudno has to offer by booking a trip from Bangor with our easy-to-use downloadable app. It provides timetables, real-time updates, and all our latest deals, and why not take advantage of our free Wifi during your journey. Start planning out your day in this gorgeous coastal town now.