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T2 – Bangor via Caernarfon, Porthmadog to Aberystwyth


Set in the heart of Snowdonia, Bangor is a busy cathedral city and shopping centre.  It is home to Pontio, Bangor University’s Arts and Innovation Centre, which hosts a continuous programme of films, concerts, musicals, comedy, contemporary dance and creative workshops of all descriptions for everyone

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Caernarfon is home to the famous castle - a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  The history of the town is told through ‘Ein Treftadaeth – Our Heritage’ exhibition at Oriel Pendeitsh.

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Porthmadog is a good hub for walkers and cyclists alike.  It is only a short distance from Portmeirion and the beautiful golden sands of Black Rock. The town is also a railway enthusiast’s dream with three narrow-gauge rail lines located in the town.


A popular market town at the head of the Dyfi estuary. It is an ideal base for exploring the countryside on foot or by bike. The town of is steeped in history, it is here that Owain Glyndŵr was crowned Prince of Wales in 1404 and established his parliament in Maengwyn Street. You can also enjoy:

  • Centre for Alternative Technology –open seven days a week and located 3 miles north of the town. The T2 bus stop is very close to the entrance.
  • The Museum of Modern Art, a former Welsh Wesleyan chapel now converted into a multi-arts complex featuring exhibitions, concerts and an annual festival each August featuring musicians from all over the world.
  • Mountain biking, waymarked routes of varying length and difficulty take you straight from the centre of town into some great mountain and valley scenery.

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