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Travelling to Bangor

 

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Travelling to Bangor from Manchester International Airport

Manchester International Airport is the most convenient UK entry point for Bangor.

At the airport train station, take a train for Crewe, this journey will take approximately 20-30 minutes. At Crewe, change trains and take the train for Holyhead, North Wales.  Bangor is en-route and the journey time is approximately 1.5 hours.

Travelling to Bangor from Liverpool Airport

Take the shuttle bus from the airport to Liverpool city centre.  It runs every 15 minutes.  Go to Liverpool James Street train station.  Here catch a train for Chester, change at Chester and take the train for Bangor or Holyhead, North Wales.

Travelling to Bangor from London

You have two main options for travelling: by Train or by Coach

By train:

The London railway terminal for trains to Bangor is Euston Station. Catch a train for Holyhead - North Wales or to Crewe (or another destination further than Crewe).

The train to Holyhead is direct and you will not need to change trains at all during this journey.  Bangor is en-route, 3.5 - 4 hours journey time from London Euston.

If you catch the train to Crewe, you will need to change trains at Crewe and take an onward train to Holyhead-North Wales.  Bangor is en-route, approximately 1.5 hours journey time from Crewe.

Reaching Euston Train Station from Heathrow International Airport:

You can take either the underground train network / tube (as it's usually called) or take a coach.

On the tube, take the Piccadilly line from Heathrow tube station. Change at Leicester Square tube station and take the Northern Line to Euston Station.

By Coach, take the A2 Airbus coach service from Heathrow airport to Euston train station.  If you have a lot of luggage, you are advised to take the A2 Airbus as it will take you directly to Euston Station.

Reaching Euston Train Station from Gatwick International Airport: Take a train direct to London Victoria Station, then take the Victoria Line on the Underground train network or tube (as it's usually called), direct to London Euston.

Reaching Euston Train Station from Stansted Airport:

Take the train from Stansted Airport station to Tottenham Hale station. On the tube, take the Victoria line from Tottenham Hale to Euston Station.

Reaching Euston Train Station from the Eurostar train:

The Eurostar terminates in London 's Waterloo Station.   On the Underground train network or tube (as it's usually called), take the Northern Line from Waterloo tube station direct to Euston Station.

By coach:

The Coach terminal for buses to Bangor is London Victoria.  Take the National Express coach number 545 to Bangor .

Travelling to Bangor from London - Luton airport

At Luton Airport, catch a bus to Milton Keynes Central train station.  This station is on the London to Crewe train line. Here, catch a train for Crewe.  At Crewe, you will need to change trains and take an onward train to Holyhead-North Wales.  Bangor is en-route, approximately 1.5 hours journey time from Crewe .

At Milton Keynes Central, you may be fortunate in catching one of the two daily direct trains from London to Holyhead-North Wales, in which case you will not need to change trains at Crewe .

Bus Information and Timetable

The National Express website address is: http://www.nationalexpress.com/neh.cfm

Train Information and Timetable

You can search for train timetables from National Rail

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