Cardiff is a very compact city and can easily be explored on foot, with the majority of attractions, shops, restaurants and hotels all within a few minutes of each other, including Cardiff Bay.You can even walk across the barrage through to Penarth.
There are several taxi ranks located around the city including Cardiff Central Station, Greyfriars Road, Churchill Way, St Mary Street and Mill Lane. The city has both Hackney carriages and private hire taxis. Hackney carriages can be hailed at the roadside.
Cardiff Bus runs an extensive system throughout Cardiff and the local area. However this may be reduced or limited on match day. Please note that exact change is required when paying in cash on Cardiff buses as drivers do not give change. A regular service connects the city centre with Cardiff Bay.
Regular trains run from Cardiff’s Queen Street Station to Cardiff Bay and city stops including Cathays, Ninian Park and Llandaff North. Trains from Cardiff Central Station link to the Valleys and Vale of Glamorgan as well as high speed links to London and other cities in the UK.
Cardiff Airport is situated 12 miles west of the city centre and 13 miles from Junction 33 of the M4. Trains run between the Airport and Cardiff Central Station every hour, with a shuttle bus linking the Airport Station to the terminal.