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Visit Caernarfon Castle car-free
From Bangor railway station (stop H), bus 5C runs to Caernarfon every 20 minutes. It takes about 30 minutes to get there and ends at Caernarfon bus station, a five-minute stroll from the castle. Bus T2 also links Caernarfon with Bangor, Porthmadog (50 minutes) and Aberystwyth.
There are trains to Bangor from Birmingham (3 hrs), Crewe, Shrewsbury (2¼ hrs), Holyhead (30 mins) and other places.
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Cyclists welcome - plan your route here
Two tickets for the price of one when you arrive by train with this Transport for Wales offer.
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About Caernarfon Castle
The massive, dramatic curtain walls of Caenarfon Castle tower over the wide River Seiont where it meets the whirling Menai Strait. One of Edward I’s palatial Welsh fortresses, it took nearly 50 years for the English king and his military architect to build the castle, town walls and harbour here.
For any queries about visiting contact Caernarfon Castle on 01286 677617 or CaernarfonCastle@gov.wales
Address: Caernarfon Castle, Castle Ditch, Caernarfon LL55 2AY. Visit Website