Catching the train from Newport to Cardiff is a cost effective, relaxing way of travelling.
Services run every ten minutes throughout the day, and with the journey taking a mere fifteen minutes, you can be alighting in the capital of Wales in no time at all.
This rich and vibrant city possesses a colourful diversity and a friendly, inclusive warmth. Brimming over with attractions, Cardiff offers something for everyone. From theatrical performances, artistic events and retail therapy, it really is the perfect destination for a day out by train.
Located in the city centre, the magnificent Cardiff Castle, full of medieval grandeur, stands watch as the city bustles around its glorious parks. The interior of this gothic masterpiece is so richly splendid, it’s a joy to experience. St Fagans National Museum, Cardiff’s most visited heritage attraction, stands in the castle grounds.
The Cardiff Bay area is home to the iconic and instantly recognisable Millennium Centre. With regular theatrical performances and cultural events, this is an important part of the new chapter of Welsh heritage. Nearby is the equally impressive Principality Stadium, which hosts international rugby, cricket matches and football games. Around the Bay area, adrenaline junkies can find their buzz at Cardiff International White Water, try their hand at climbing or take a cross country bike tour.
If shopping is your bag, the Queen’s Arcade shopping centre has all the big names from the high street, plus exclusive designer labels, while the older, architecturally splendid Victorian arcades showcase local artisan talent, in ultra-chic boutiques.
Whether you’re coming to Cardiff for business or pleasure, catching the train from Newport to Cardiff is an easy way to travel, enjoy the flexibility offered by our Anytime tickets. Keep up-to-date with our easily accessible app, and follow our Live Route Status for the latest updates.
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