How to Travel from London to Swansea

Swansea is the second most crowded metropolitan area in Wales after its capital, Cardiff, in United Kingdom.‎ With a population reaching over 169,000, it is located on the coastal line of Wales. Swansea also has great attractions for the tourists because of its warm sandy beaches. People from London can easily come to this city by using a number of travel options that are available to them. These include cars (which can also be hired), or taking public transport in the form of buses or trains. However, it must be noted that there is no airport present in the city so the commuters may find it difficult to avail direct flights to Cardiff.

Instructions

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    Travel by Car


    If you are not willing to drive of don't have your personal vehicle than you can hire a perfectly suitable car of your choice. Car hire companies are offering all kinds of cars with latest specifications to make your journey more comfortable and enjoyable. The distance from London to Swansea is 186 miles which may take 3 hours and 11 minutes if you travel through M4, for further information regarding the route follow Driving Directions from London to Swansea


    Europcar
    Budget Car Hire London
    Express Rent A Car

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    Travel by Bus


    Bus is a good option if you are not interested to travel via train. Many buses are scheduled to travel on daily basis from Victoria Coach Station London. The tickets can either be purchased by visiting the station yourself or via online website. National Express offers cheaper fare rates to be charged which can be as low as £36.


    Visit National Express Website

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    Travel by Train


    Train is considered to be as one of the most affordable way to take a trip, to any other city of UK from London. You can expect to reach your destination by train within 3 hours along with reasonable charges, which may vary depending upon your plan of journey however, do avail the online facility for booking and also to confirm the daily schedule.


    Visit National Rail Enquiries Website

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