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How do I get to Cardiff City Stadium?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

The walk from Cardiff Central is only 25 minutes, so really not all that long. It’s the simplest, cheapest and easiest way to get there. Otherwise you can get connections from Central to either Grangetown (5 minutes’ walk) or Ninian Park Holt (5 minutes’ walk).

For drivers, there isn’t a great deal of parking. The Gol Centre offers parking at £5 per car and has 200 spaces.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

If you are driving down to the ground, your best bet might be parking in the city centre and then taking the 25-30 minute walk to the ground as options near the stadium are very limited. Unless you are feeling lucky it’s best not to park in the nearby retail park as tempting as it seems. The car park here has a strict 90-minute policy and it is strictly enforced, especially on match days! There is very limited car parking at the ground for away fans and will cost you £8 a car. However, you may want to park at the nearby Bessemer Road Wholesale Market – a day ticket is £5 and it’s just a 5 minute walk to the ground.

If you’re getting the train into Cardiff Central, you can take the 30 minute walk. Jump in a cab, which should cost between £5-10, or hop on a connecting train and go to nearby Grangetown Station which is about a 15 minute walk to the ground.

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