Before you travel to Wales, please read the latest travel advice as we have different COVID-19 restrictions to other parts of the UK.
If you're an international visitor, please check the UK Government's guidance on visiting the UK after Brexit.
It’s easy to get here from overseas, either direct or via one of the UK’s major hubs. You can fly to Cardiff from Asia, from several European cities, or cross to North or West Wales by ferry from Ireland. And we’re not far from the main London airports either.
Cardiff Airport has over 50 direct routes and more than 900 connecting destinations worldwide through hubs including Doha, Amsterdam Schiphol and Barcelona.
Alternatively, you could fly to London, or one of the UK's regional international airports, continuing your journey by road or rail. London Heathrow Airport and London Gatwick Airport are less than three hours from Wales by car, coach or train. Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Manchester Airport and Birmingham Airport are all very handy for North and Mid Wales. Bristol Airport is around an hour and a half from Cardiff by bus and train or by car.
If you have arrived at Heathrow or Gatwick airport, you can travel to Wales via rail on the London services mentioned below.
By rail from mainland Europe
The Eurostar links Paris, Lille and Brussels with London St Pancras. From London St Pancras you can travel to the south of the country via the London Paddington services. For North and Mid Wales depart from London Euston.
National Rail Enquiries is a source of information for all passenger rail services in the UK.
By cruise ship
Cruise ships dock at the Port of Holyhead on Anglesey almost every week between May and September. Cruise lines calling in include Royal Caribbean, Viking, Ponant, Windstar, FTI cruise line, Princess, Holland America, TUI, Silverseas, Saga and NCL.
Find out more at Cruise Wales.