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How to get here

Our map should get you started with exploring Denbighshire. We’ve put a few of the highlights on there but there`s plenty more to see and do. We`re surprisingly easy to get to, handily place for the A55 expressway to the west, the M62 travelling east, the M53 and M56 going north and the A5 and M54 heading south. Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham are all less than 2 hours away, and even London and Glasgow aren`t too much of a push.

Road signs

When traveling around Denbighshire you will notice that our road signs are bi-lingual, offering place names and guidance in both English and Welsh.

By road

Denbighshire is within easy reach of the national motorway network, and is well served by main roads including the A55 Expressway and the A5 London to Holyhead route. Many of our towns are served by National Express Coaches and we offer an extensive public transport network.

www.nationalexpress.com – for timetables, routes and costs for coach travel, with special offers and latest news.

By rail

Denbighshire is served by a great rail network, with links from London, Holyhead, Chester and Manchester. You can catch a high speed train to the region and then explore the smaller lines and see the fantastic scenery at your leisure.

www.virgintrains.co.uk
www.nationalrail.co.uk
www.arrivatrainswales.co.uk
www.borderlandsline.com

National Rail Enquiries – 08457 48 49 50
Welsh Language – 0845 60 40 500

By air

Both Manchester International Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport are less than an hour`s drive from Denbighshire. Both airports offer good public transport links to towns within the region.

www.manchesterairport.co.uk
www.liverpooljohnlennonairport.com

Detailed information about what to see when visiting the main towns in Denbighshire, our PDF brochures cover towns including Denbigh, Ruthin, Llangollen, St. Asaph, Corwen and Rhuddlan: Great if you are visiting Denbighshire or want to find out something new.

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