Travelling around Caernarfon
You step back in time the moment you arrive in Caernarfon, where you’ll be met by the domineering presence of the most famous castle in Wales. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Caernarfon Castle has stood here since the 13th century, and helps the town to retain its stunning medieval charm. A port in Gwynedd, Caernarfon lies on the eastern shore of the Menai Strait, directly opposite Anglesey.
With a number of public transport options, getting in and out of the town is relatively easy. Arriva buses operate to and from Caernarfon, connecting the area to Bangor and even Llandudno.
If you’re looking to save money as you travel to and from Caernarfon, consider our Saver ticket range. With tickets lasting a day, a week, 28 days or a whole year. Caernarfon lies within these ticket zones:
Look at the maps for each and decide which ticket is going to give you the best value.