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  • Explore the Capital

    Explore the Capital day-to-go train ticket from Arriva Trains Wales only £4.50An Explore the Capital day-to-go ticket gives you one day’s unlimited train travel within the Cardiff and Penarth area.

    Why pay a fortune on car parking or waste time sitting in traffic, when you could be exploring the city by train? Our Explore the Capital day to go ticket saves you money and offers greater flexibility compared with our standard day return or buying a combination of single tickets. See for yourself why it makes sense to travel by train. 

     

    Only £4.50

    Pick up an Explore the Capital day-to-go ticket for £4.50 at your local rail station ticket office or buy on the train if there are no ticket purchasing facilities where you start your journey.


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    When can I travel?

    • You can travel at any time but not before 09:30am or between 16:00-18:30 Monday - Friday.
    • There are no restrictions on weekend or bank holiday travel.
    • If you have a National Railcard you can get 1/3 off the fare.
    • Children aged five to fifteen inclusive get a 50% discount and children under five can travel free with a fare paying passenger.

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    Where Can I Travel?

    You can spend your morning feeding the ducks in Roath Park, pop down to the Bay for lunch, hop back on the train to Fairwater for some skiing, and then home again.

    • Birchgrove
    • Cogan
    • Coryton
    • Cardiff Bay
    • Cardiff Central
    • Cardiff Queen Street
    • Cathays
    • Danescourt
    • Dingle Road
    • Eastbrook
    • Fairwater
    • Grangetown
    • Heath High Level
    • Heath Low Level
    • Llandaf
    • Llanishen
    • Ninian Park
    • Penarth
    • Radyr
    • Rhiwbina
    • Glas
    • Waun-Gron Park
    • Whitchurch


    How do I get one?

    Pick up an Explore the Capital day-to-go ticket for £4.50 at your local rail station ticket office or buy on the train if there are no ticket purchasing facilities where you start your journey.

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