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Cwmbran is 30 miles via the M4 motorway from Cardiff Airport, meaning a steady 45-minute drive should bring you comfortably to your destination.
After your flight there are also plenty of public transport options at your disposal: regular rail and bus connections to Cardiff Central station from the airport ensure a quick transfer to mainline connections, bringing you quickly and comfortably to this young and lively town with its great shopping and immediate access to the beautiful Welsh countryside.
Cardiff Airport is Wales’s only main international airport. With inbound and outbound flights to global destinations every day, the airport offers all the facilities one might expect: two ATM machines, as well as a coffee shop, bar and cafeteria providing a great range of food and drink options.
What’s more, as well as two comprehensively stocked land-side shops that offer a wide selection of newspapers, sweets, books, snacks and tobacco to all airport visitors, there is also a Tax and Duty Free shop offering great savings on drink, fragrance, clothing and accessories to those taking a flight.
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UK passengers looking for flights to Cardiff can explore options from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow (International), Newcastle and Norwich, and can expect these internal flights to take between an hour and an hour and a half.
With quick connections to Cardiff from nearby airports such as Cork, Dublin, and Newcastle, international visitors can enjoy these short connecting flights to and from Cardiff.
And with year-round flight routes offered by 6 airlines, and a further 8 airlines offering more routes seasonally, travellers can reach Cardiff from over 50 direct destinations and more than 900 further connecting airports.
Cwmbran lies at the heart of some of the most delightful landscapes in the land. The Wye Valley, right on the doorstep, is so magnificent in fact that it actually inspired the foundation of British Tourism – so there’s never a bad time to visit Cwmbran.
However those coming to Cwmbran for the world famous salmon fishing in the Vale of Usk, should note that fishing season runs from March to October.
Those looking to savour the town’s vibrant creative scene should come along in June for the joyous celebration of music, sport and children’s activities that is the Cwmbran Big Event.
And don’t forget the Caerleon Arts Festival in nearby Newport, which offers an array of theatre, music and storytelling for all ages on the first weekend in July.