Will use KLM again.
Our pilot was the best
Amsterdam flight from Cardiff. Quick. Easy. Friendly staff. Perfect - would def use again.
My partner fell ill could not fly She is 77didnot realise there was a 75 limit
20 minute delay on departure but a very good flight and service
Happy with the journey timing was very good
Easy and cheap
I thought the staff were very welcoming and were helpful throughout the flight.
A good trip
Cardiff Airport, where your flight will land, is situated on the south coast of Wales, 114 miles from Montgomery. The journey takes just under three hours and passes through some of the most beautiful countryside in Wales.
Cardiff Airport is serviced by several low-cost airlines flying from many major cities in Europe and the UK. The airport provides all the amenities that travellers expect and there are several easy-to-find exchange kiosks and car hire desks to choose from.
Save yourself time when your flight lands by arranging your car hire through Expedia.
Flights to Cardiff Airport take around 90 minutes. You can fly direct from many parts of the UK, including Bristol, Edinburgh and Liverpool. If you’re flying from London, however, you will need to change in a connecting city.
You can also fly indirect from several United Arab Emirates countries, including Dubai and Abu Dhabi, as well as from Egypt and Morocco in North Africa.
Montgomery is in the north-west of Powys and is easy to reach from Cardiff Airport by bus, train or car. The T4 service, which is run by TrawsCymru bus company, offers good links between the airport and Powys and is a very reliable option.
Train journeys from Cardiff will take around five hours. There are no direct routes and you will need to change several times, making the journey considerably longer than if you travel by car or bus.
The journey to Montgomery passes through Brecon Beacons National Park on the A470, providing excellent views of waterfalls, luscious green meadows and Brecon Beacons mountain range.
For a more historical experience, take a detour to Welshpool on the A49, where you can stop off and explore Powis Castle. This impressive 13th century structure is one of Wales’ largest and best preserved medieval castles.
Powis Castle is also a great place to visit during summer when the gardens are awash with colour, and the garden coffee shop offers a welcome respite on your journey to Montgomery.
Montgomery has something to offer, no matter what the season.
During the colder months, come and enjoy the many cosy pubs and boutique restaurants in the town centre, or explore the historical buildings in the town and surrounding areas.
A summer visit is ideal for those looking for an outdoor adventure. There are 11 hiking trails and 144 waterfall walks near Montgomery. Head south to Brecon Beacons National Park and climb the 886 metres to the summit of Brecon Beacons mountain. Here you can also explore Waterfall Country, which has many small and medium-sized falls to enjoy.
There are also a range of watersport activities available during the warmer months, including kayaking, canoeing and whitewater rafting.
Spend a night or two in Cardiff before you fly home and really make the most of your trip to Wales. Enjoy the buzzing nightlife and excellent restaurants in the capital, or learn more about Welsh history at the world-renowned, open-air museum in the grounds of St Fagans Castle.
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