Direct services (including Virgin Trains from London to Bangor) take you to the popular North Wales coastal destinations from most parts of Britain. Make inland connections via the Conwy Valley Line which runs through the Snowdonia National Park to Betws-y-Coed and Blaenau Ffestiniog. Services from the Midlands through Shrewsbury and Machynlleth link up with the Cambrian Line.
The closest station to Llanberis is Bangor, which is just under 10 miles away. A taxi from here will cost approximately £20 or the number 85 bus will take you from the station and cost between £3-£5. It is possible to cycle.
Bangor to Llanberis bus timetable
03457 48 49 50
Transport For Wales
0333 3211 202
There’s quick, straightforward access from the North West along the M56 and A55. Motorway links with the Midlands are good too, and the same roads – the M6, M5 and M1 – also bring Snowdonia within easy reach of the South of England.
Irish Ferries and Stena Line operate regular and high-speed services to Holyhead from Dublin.
08717 300 400
08447 707 070
Transfers from the international gateways of Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham take less than two hours.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport