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Enjoy FREE travel every Saturday and Sunday on the TrawsCymru network!

TrawsCymru, the long distance bus network, is the ideal way to explore Wales. The offer will allow you to travel for free every Saturday and Sunday  and no need to book in advance.

With no driving worries or parking problems, you can just arrive and enjoy.

The following services are free every Saturday and Sunday:

  • TrawsCymru T1:  Aberystwyth – Aberaeron - Lampeter – Carmarthen
  • TrawsCymru T1C : Aberystwyth – Carmarthen – Cardiff
  • TrawsCymru T1S : Carmarthen - Cross Hands - Swansea
  • TrawsCymru T2 : Bangor – Dolgellau – Aberystwyth
  • TrawsCymru T3 : Wrexham – Llangollen – Dolgellau - Barmouth
  • TrawsCymru T4:  Newtown – Brecon – Cardiff
  • TrawsCymru T5:  Aberystwyth – Aberaeron – Cardigan – Haverfordwest
  • TrawsCymru T6 : Brecon – Ystradgynlais – Neath - Swansea
  • Cardiff Airport Express T9 : Cardiff  Bay and City Centre - Cardiff Airport
  • TrawsCymru T14 *:  Cardiff – Merthyr  Tydfil – Brecon – Hay on Wye – Hereford

*Free travel on Saturday and Sunday applies to all passengers who board the T14 service in Wales – even when travelling into England. All should retain their ticket, to prove eligibility, for a return journey.

If you are in possession of valid Welsh Concessionary Travel Pass, please continue to show this to the driver as normal on Saturdays and Sundays.

 

So, where can you go and what can you do this autumn and winter on the Traws Cymru?


With 10 regular services criss-crossing Wales, leave your car at home and go somewhere new and do something different

Search Visit Wales for information and ideas: http://www.visitwales.com

 

We have selected some activities to help you decide:

 

Cycling:

There is no space for bikes on the Traws Cymru, but you can always take the bus to one of the many cycle hire centres around Wales so that you can enjoy the autumn colours or winter scenery at your leisure. 

There are over 1,400 miles of tracks available from gentle cycle routes to the more challenging mountain trails.

So take a look here: http://www.visitwales.com/things-to-do/activities/biking/cycling

 

Walking:

Wales has some of the most beautiful rural and coastal scenery and interesting industrial heritage sites in the UK. They are made for walking and discovering.  You can either join or even organise a walk . Study the weather forecast carefully then take advantage of the TrawsCymru network to get you to a new location every weekend. 

Take a look here: http://www.visitwales.com/things-to-do/activities/walking-hiking

 

Watersports:

Wales is celebrating the Year of The Sea. With over 850 miles of gentle and rugged coastline the TrawsCymru follows and meets the coast at several touch points along its10 routes. 

Taking part in any water sport activity is not for the faint-hearted in autumn or winter, but take a considered look to see if there is something to suit your bravery.  You could always enjoy a simple stroll on the beach- this could be your chance to catch up on some valuable me or family time.

Take a look here: http://www.visitwales.com/things-to-do/activities/watersports

 

Shopping:

Christmas is on its way, and  small and  large towns all over Wales are  bursting with independent boutiques, florists, butches, bakers and delis, art galleries and eateries – and there’s not a high street chain store in sight. All over the country there a farm shops and many towns have  weekly markets and some have regular specialised farmers markets.

Take a look: https://www.fmiw.co.uk/.

Wales’s larger towns and cities are well know for their wide array of shopping and eating choices to meet the most discerning shopper.

Take a look here: http://www.visitwales.com/things-to-do/attractions/shopping