Transfer from Luton Airport to Cardiff
Cardiff is located a plain, bordered by hills to the east, north and west. Due to geographical characteristics has emerged as one of the largest ports. The two rivers in the region, Taff and Ely, flow into Cardiff Bay.
The capital of Wales houses a great number of touristic attractions such as the Big Pit National Museum, Cardiff Castle, Coch Castle, Llandaff Cathedral, Wales Millennium Center, Cardiff Port and two impressive parks: Roath Park and Brecon Beacons Park. Bellow we will shortly describe the Big Pit National Museum and Llandaff Cathedral.
Big Pit National Museum
Cardiff past glory is related to being a city holding a leading position in coal mining. Visitors can descend into a genuine mine of Blaenafon (40 miles from Cardiff) and be guided by a real miner, to the depth of 90 meters.
The Museum received the Gulbenkian Museum Award in 2004.
Blaenafon part of UNESCO heritage. Big Pit museum entrance is free. A visit can last at least two hours half and warm clothes are recommended. Children bellow five years are not allowed to participate.
Llandaff Cathedral is 3 miles away from the city center, located in a quiet area. St. Teilo founded the cathedral in the sixth century, but the current building was started in 1107. In 1734 the first of many restorations began, the last being done shortly after the Second World War was over.
Transfer from London Luton Airport to Cardiff by Rail:
In order to get a transfer from London Luton Airport to Cardiff by rail, you need to take the National Rail Service to St Pancras Low Level Station from where you will have to get to King’s Cross Station. At King’s Cross Station you will be able to take a direct train to London Paddington Station from where you will be able to get to Cardiff by using the National Rail Service. Other transport options include taking a taxi transfer from King’s Cross Station, Paddington Station or Luton Airport to Cardiff .
Transfer from London Luton Airport to Cardiff by Car:
In order to get from Luton Airport to Cardiff by car, you have to take the M4 motorway. The distance between Luton Airport and Cardiff is of 166 miles.
Transfer from London Luton Airport to Cardiff by Taxi:
A Taxi Transfer from London Luton Airport to Cardiff with 247 Airport Transfer will take approximately 3 hours. The Luton Airport Transfer to Cardiff will cost approximately 208 GBP for a saloon car.
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