While Llandudno may be a famous beach resort, it is a pretty small town. This means that you won't have to go far to find interesting places to see, and fun things to do. This Victorian seaside resort has a range of attractions, which includes the Great Orme copper mines, the pier, the museum and St. Tudno's Church. In addition to this, Llandudno offers great opportunities for those who enjoy sports. Golf aficionados can play a round of golf at the posh North Wales Golf Club, while those looking for something more exhilarating can try skiing or tobogganing down the dry-ski slope.
Road and rail are the easiest ways to get to Llandudno, as the town does not have its own airport. The nearest airports to Llandudno are Liverpool and Manchester, from which one would have to take a train.
. By Train: There are direct trains to Llandudno from London Euston (six times a day) and Manchester (every hour on weekdays). In addition, you can take a train from Liverpool, Crewe, Cardiff or Holyhead, and change trains at either Chester and/or Llandudno Junction. Trains are available at frequent intervals, while the number of changes to be made would depend on the train timetable.
. By car: If you are driving from England, take the M56 from the M6, in the direction of Chester, North Wales. At the end of M56, take the M53 in the direction of A55, North Wales. This road will later become the A55. Keep driving along this road for another 30 miles or so, until you see signs for the A470 turn off. After taking this turn, keep following road signs for Llandudno, till you reach the town.
. By bus: While there are no direct long distance buses to Llandudno, National Express has a daily service from London to Llandudno Junction, which is around three miles away from the town. National Express also has a weekly service to the nearby town of Newcastle-upon-Tyne on Sundays. In addition to this, local buses operate from neighbouring towns like Rhyl (every 12 minutes), Bangor (four per hour), Caernarfon, Llanberis and Llangollen.
. By plane: If you are arriving through Manchester airport, you could take the train from the airport to Manchester Piccadily, before changing to a train for Llandudno. If you are arriving through Liverpool airport, you would first have to take a bus to Liverpool Lime Street Station, before boarding a train which you would later have to change at Chester and/or Llandudno Junction.
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