Cardiff offers good public transport with buses, trains and bikes which you can rent. You can find out more about travelling in our friendly city here.
Cardiff, a compact city
Cardiff is a compact city, so it is easy to get to most places on foot. Celtic English Academy is located a few minutes’ walk from the main shopping centre and the city centre of Cardiff. But there might be times when you need to use public transport instead.
Cardiff Bus is the best way to travel around different areas of the city. You can get a pass for a day (£3.80), a week (£14.50) or for four weeks (£53). For further information, visit the Cardiff Bus website: www.cardiffbus.com.
Cardiff has a small train network which serves the local area. There a two train stations within five minutes walking distance of Celtic. There are also regular trains from Cardiff Central to other parts of the country.Find Out More
Riding a bike is a great way to stay healthy. With nextbike, you can hire bicycles to travel around the city. You can find the bikes at different locations throughout the city.Find Out More
Cardiff has an extensive bus network. You can buy tickets on the bus or you can save money by buying weekly or monthly tickets. You could also download the Cardiff Bus app and save even more.Find Out More
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