This is the first of a new series of videos that focus on the most frequently asked questions about Cornwall.
Obviously, I’m looking ahead to a time when the world is back to normal after the Coronavirus pandemic is under control.
Cornwall is a beautiful county located in the South West of England, UK Almost completely surrounded by sea, 300 miles of magnificent coastline envelopes Cornwall.
How do you get to Cornwall? (when not on lockdown of course)
There are several ways you can get to Cornwall
Cornwall is about 5 hours from London.
Head for the southbound ‘M5 Motorway’ then take an ‘A Road’ to your final destination.
Plan your route here:
National Express and the Megabus serve various locations in Cornwall.
Travelling by coach can be a very cost-effective way to travel.
National Express Website:
Cornwall is about 5 hours from London by train.
Great Western Railway operates the train services to Cornwall.
Great Western Railway Website:
Trains to Cornwall operate from London and all major cities in the UK.
Not all train services to Cornwall are direct so you may need to change trains before you reach your destination.
You can fly into ‘Newquay Airport’
You can also pick up connecting flights to the ‘Isles of Scilly’ from Newquay Airport
Newquay Airport Website:
You can get a ferry to Plymouth in Devon and make your own way into Cornwall
Brittany Ferry Website:
Whichever way you travel to Cornwall you’ll be sure to have a great time.