Getting Here

Swansea City Centre is easily accessible by road, rail and air.

Swansea Location

Road - Swansea is only 3 1/2 hours away from London. The City Centre is located off the A483 Fabian Way which leads to junction 42 of the M4 motorway. The national motorway network including the Midlands, South West and North are accessible from the M4. Fast and frequent Park & Ride services to the city centre are available at three sites, accessed from Junction 42, 45 and 47 respectively and well signed from these main routes to the city centre.


Bus - National bus services to Swansea's new bus station from all over the UK are readily available 7 day a week.


Rail - An hourly rail service runs from London to Swansea with a journey time of 3 hours as well as regular services to other major business destinations.

There is also an hourly through train from Manchester with every region of England linked to Swansea by just one interchange every hour seven days a week.


Air - Cardiff International Airport is only 50 minutes away from Swansea City Centre by road or rail. There are also excellent road and rail links from Birmingham, Bristol, Heathrow & Gatwick Airports.


How to find Swansea

How to find us


How to find your way around Swansea City Centre once you’re here, including car parking offers.

City Centre Pocket Map

City Centre Pocket Map

Car Parking
Parking is £3 for 3 hours at all NCP car parks in Swansea City Centre that can be found on the Kingsway, Orchard Street and Salubrious Place in total offering over 1600 parking spaces. In addition there are over 8,500 spaces in 25 car parks either based within the City Centre or nearby.

City Center Council car parks are also FREE every Sunday including the Quadrant Multi-Storey Car Park that's connected to The Quadrant a Shopping Centre.

Park & Ride sites which charge £2.50 per car (for all day for parking and bus travel for up to four people)

Free Car Parking

Swansea has the best of both worlds from stunning beaches to a vibrant student life to me Swansea is home

Ashleigh Gallant

Swansea is quite a beautiful place. It's opening my window at night and seeing the view of the beach and street lights that makes me want to stay

Ciara O'Sullivan

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