TrawsCymru T2 – Aberystwyth to Machynlleth, Porthmadog, Caernarfon & Bangor from Lloyds Coaches
Does this service run all year
This scenic route runs all year long
Buses run every hour or two, every day of the week.
Concessionary passes are accepted. Find out more
TrawsCymru T2 : Bangor to Aberystwyth
The following concessionary passes are accepted:
- Welsh concessionary bus pass
Coastal charms and cultural treasures in the heart of Wales
Aberystwyth, nestled on the stunning Welsh coastline, offers a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural richness. With its picturesque seafront promenade, expansive sandy beaches, and the rugged Cambrian Mountains as a backdrop, Aberystwyth is a paradise for nature enthusiasts.
This vibrant town is home to Aberystwyth University, infusing the area with a youthful energy and a thriving arts and music scene. Visit the National Library of Wales, showcasing centuries of Welsh history and culture. Explore the ruins of Aberystwyth Castle and take in panoramic views from Constitution Hill’s cliff railway.
Enjoy fresh seafood in seaside eateries, and don’t forget to try traditional Welsh cuisine. With its warm hospitality and diverse experiences, Aberystwyth is a welcoming haven for travellers seeking coastal serenity and cultural exploration in the heart of Wales.
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A picturesque Welsh gem nestled in history and natural beauty
Caernarfon, a charming town in North Wales, captivates visitors with its rich history, stunning landscapes, and vibrant culture. Home to the iconic Caernarfon Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the town is steeped in medieval heritage, offering a glimpse into Wales’ past.
Wander through its cobbled streets, and you’ll encounter colourful houses, quaint shops, and cosy cafes. Caernarfon’s natural beauty is equally enchanting, with the Snowdonia National Park just a stone’s throw away, providing endless opportunities for outdoor adventures like hiking, biking, and water sports.
Immerse yourself in the local culture, enjoying traditional Welsh cuisine and lively music festivals. Caernarfon is a place where history, nature, and community blend seamlessly, making it an unforgettable destination for travellers seeking authenticity and wonder.
This listing was last updated on 11th September 2023
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