How to get here

How to get here.

By Road

The County Borough is well connected with other parts of the UK via the M4 Motorway, giving direct access from London and the South east of England. The A465 Heads of the Valleys route provides a fast link from the Midlands and the North via the M50, M5 and M6.

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Approximate Travel Times by Road
From Distance
Time Taken
Birmingham 143 230 2hrs 40mins
Bristol 81 130 1hr 30mins
Cardiff 42 66 50mins
London 189 304 3hrs 30mins

By Rail

Neath and Port Talbot have centrally situated train stations. All regions of the UK have frequent links either direct or with one easy interchange. There are excellent Rail/Air Links from London Heathrow and Gatwick, Bristol and Cardiff Airports.

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By Air

Neath and Port Talbot are easily reached by road from London Heathrow and Gatwick, Bristol and Cardiff Airports and there are excellent links by train or coach.

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Public Transport

An extensive network of local buses serves Neath, Port Talbot and the Dulais, Neath and Afan Valleys.

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When buying a train ticket to Neath or Port Talbot from any UK mainland station, ask for a Plus Bus ticket for your onward journey to the Afan, Dulais and Neath Valleys.

 Sustainable Travel Options

Arriving by train or coach and need to get around Neath, Port Talbot and the Valleys? Coming by car and want a break from driving while you're here?

Travelling to or around Swansea Bay by public transport; it's all at BayTrans