There is no better way to explore Wales than by train and bus. Why stare at the road ahead when you could be taking in the view? Sit back and let someone else do the driving…
You can travel by train to most of The Great Little Trains of Wales, with great views, handy loos and at-seat refreshments on some trains. For train times and information, visit https://tfwrail.wales/
TrawsCymru is a network of long distance buses around Wales with comfy seats, big picture windows and free wifi www.trawscymru.info
There’s a useful Journey Planner covering all sorts of public transport in Wales www.traveline.cymru
Great value rover tickets mean you can explore by bus and train from just £10 a day.
Explore Wales Pass
The Explore Wales Pass is valid for four days travel within an 8 day period to anywhere in Wales by train and on selected bus operators. It also gives discounts on many of the Great Little Trains https://tfwrail.wales/rovers-and-rangers/explore-wales-pass
North Wales Ranger & Rover
The Ranger and Rover tickets give you ultimate flexibility and the North Wales Rover is no exception. You can choose to travel within any two, three or all zones. https://tfwrail.wales/rovers-and-rangers/north-wales-rover
A one-day bus rover (reaching nine of the Great Little Trains), costing £6.80 on-board buses. www.bit.do/RedRover
Accessibility of Great Little Trains
If you have mobility difficulties or other special needs please contact the individual railways who will be happy to help answer your questions and make the necessary arrangements for your journey.
If you are visiting a number of the Great Little Trains of Wales, pick up a Great Little Trains of Wales Discount Card. For just £10, the card gives 20% off full line tickets and other savings too. Available at participating GLTW railways, at www.greatlittletrainsofwales.co.uk or by post from: Great Little Trains of Wales, FREEPOST CS1226, Wharf Station, Tywyn, Gwynedd LL36 9BR