Aerial view of LLandudno Bay

Trains to Llandudno


Dating back to the early Stone Age, this former industry settlement was turned into an upper class Victorian seaside resort and much of its elegance still remains to this day. With vast green rolling hills as a backdrop, it’s not hard to see why Llandudno (pronounced LAN-DID-NO) is dubbed Queen of the Welsh Resorts. 

Popular Routes to Llandudno


Llandudno station is conveniently located by a number of shops and places to eat so it’s easy to grab some essentials or a bite whether you’re coming or going. The station is also between Victoria Shopping Centre and Parc Llandudno retail park which are both only a few minutes walk from the station and where a wider range of shops and restaurants are available.

The most popular routes to and from Llandudno operate from the following stations:  



Average Travel Time*



4 h 11 min



2 h 45 min



2 h 47 min



1 h 4 min



5 h 58 min

* Please note journey times are based on average and may vary depending on the rail provider and time of travel.

Cheap Tickets to Llandudno


Railcards offer value for money if you travel by train, saving you at least 1/3 on most rail fares. With a bit of planning, buying tickets in advance can save you a pretty pound, and if the travel bug has you travelling a lot then a Railcard might be worth your while!

The Railcards available include:


  • 16-25 Railcard
  • Two Together Railcard
  • Family & Friends Railcard
  • Senior Railcard
  • Disabled Persons Railcard
  •  26-30 Railcard

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You may also want to check out our Regional Railcards to see if there are discounts for travelling to and from where you are. 



Under 5 Travel free, accompanied by a fare-paying passenger.
5-15 Are eligible for a 50% discount on most tickets, though proof of age will need to be carried where appropriate.
16-17 Saver Like a Railcard but with bigger discounts for anyone aged 16 or 17.

When in Llandudno


Walk along the Llandudno Pier and revel in its Victorian Edwardian Splendour. Apart from structural maintenance, the pier itself remains as it was when it was first built. There are plenty of things to do and eat as you stroll along the pier with plenty of fresh seafood, hot doughnuts and beverages as well as traditional arcades and gift shops galore. 

If you want to step away from the seaside, head to the Great Orme on the Great Orme Tramway. Open between late March to late October, the cable-hauled tram is the only one in Britain that travels on public roads. Hop on at Victoria Station, a short walk from the pier and be prepared to have your breath taken away when you reach the summit!

The Great Orme Copper mine has been around since the Bronze age but the discovery of its incredible network of passageways spanning over 5 miles was discovered in 1987. These days you can take a self-guided tour around the mines and learn about its prehistoric history.

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Last updated:   11 October 2021