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Getting to Abergavenny is easy with a flight to either Wales’ Cardiff Airport or Bristol Airport in southwest England. Cardiff Airport is around 45 miles and Bristol Airport approximately 53 miles from Abergavenny, so it’s easy to get to your destination once your flight arrives.
Following your flight it won’t be long before you can start enjoying Abergavenny’s attractions. Whether you’re travelling by road or rail you can be exploring its markets, shops and pubs, visiting its ruined Norman castle or experiencing the walking trails, nature reserves and historic sites of the pristine Brecon Beacons National Park.
Flights into Bristol Airport are run by several airlines from many UK and European airports, including direct flights from cities such as Manchester, Edinburgh, Dublin, Amsterdam, Rome and Brussels, and indirect flights from several London airports. Flights from Bristol Airport, meanwhile, take in many UK and European destinations, including Glasgow, Cork, Newcastle, Madrid, Frankfurt and Prague.
When you’re travelling to Abergavenny via Cardiff Airport, choose from direct flights from UK regional airports such as Newcastle, Aberdeen and Glasgow, or indirect flights from London via cities including Dublin, Amsterdam, Belfast and Paris.
If you’re flying into Cardiff Airport, the road journey from the airport to Abergavenny takes just over an hour. Alternatively, use the bus or train links to central Cardiff and relax on the 40-minute or so train journey to Abergavenny.
On a flight into Bristol Airport? If so, you’re just a little more than an hour by car or around a 2-hour rail trip from Abergavenny. Trains from Bristol Airport run to central Bristol where you then need to catch a train to Newport and change there for Abergavenny.
If you’re looking to drive to and around Abergavenny, consider organizing your car rental with Expedia so you can get away from the airport without fuss and explore as you wish.
Book a flight and head for Abergavenny and you’ll find plenty to do and see, whatever the month or season.
The call of the Brecon Beacons is strong all year round, with scenery that begs to be explored whether it’s dusted in snow or drenched in sunshine.
In Abergavenny, meanwhile, winter brings the annual Christmas Food and Drink Fair, while spring, summer and autumn herald numerous events. Don’t miss the colorful Abergavenny Food Festival on the third weekend of September, August’s annual Cycling Festival and a packed calendar of shows, fairs and events at other times.
Whether you’re coming in on a flight or flying out, both Cardiff and Bristol airports offer plenty of facilities. At Cardiff, enjoy a choice of shops, cafes and a bar, as well as Internet kiosks, WiFi, meeting rooms and parking facilities. At Bristol, meanwhile, you can expect a wide choice of restaurants, bars and cafes, plus Internet desks, WiFi, business services, parking and other essentials.