Catch the direct train from Colwyn Bay to Llandudno, and you can enjoy the attractions in as little as 16 minutes.

With services running through the day, booking your tickets using our downloadable app and access all our money-saving discount deals. Llandudno has been dubbed the ‘Queen of the Welsh resorts’ for being the largest, and most attractive seaside towns in Wales. With two popular beaches drawing numerous visitors every year, there’s lots to do and see in this picturesque town, keeping all members of the family happy.

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Boasting an impressively long Victorian pier, the North Shore Beach is usually the first place that tourists head for. Stretching out over the waves for almost 2300ft, this is now a Grade II Listed building, and has been lovingly preserved. With live shows, restaurants and shops, it’s well worth a visit. It’s counterpart, the West Shore offers stunning views across Conwy Bay.
How about a little sight-seeing taking the easy route to the summit of the spectacular Great Orme headland? The Great Orme Tramway takes you to the top of this glorious peak, where you can see the feral herd of shaggy Kashmiri goats, the rare red-billed chough, peregrine falcons and even little owls. 
The nearby Llandudno Snowsports Centre offers a real adrenaline boost, with skiing and snowboarding available. Want to take it up a notch? Try snow tubing or tobogganing and satisfy your need for excitement!
If, after all that, you need a sit down and some culture, head for Venue Cymru. With a full programme of performances, shows and exhibitions, there’s something to suit everyone. From comedy to classic theatre, it’s the perfect end to a perfect day. 
Everyone needs a break, so why not relax and explore Llandudno? Book your tickets in advance and you’ll save more money for your trip! How about asking your friends and family to join you? We have group discounts for that very purpose. Visit the town at your leisure using our flexible Anytime tickets. Don’t miss out and book your trip to Llandudno now.