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The Cardiff Cross Challenge takes place in Llandaff Fields, just north of Cardiff City Centre. Local rail links, hotels and amenities are located just a short distance from the Course. Car parking is available with a five-minute walk of the event and details can be found here.

No Cars are allowed in Llandaff Fields on race day.

By Bicycle

The easiest way to access the venue from the city centre is by bicycle via the Taff Trail and across Pontcanna Fields. Cardiff now runs a Next Bike scheme with pick up and drop off locations across the city including Llandaff fields.

By Rail
Cardiff is less then two hours from London. High–speed intercity trains link most main cities, airports to Cardiff, The main railway station is at the very centre of the city, with all hotels restaurants and amenities close by.

By Road
From the East (Severn Bridge) – Exit the M4 at junction 29 onto the A48M signposted Cardiff E & S. Continue on the A48M for approx 7 miles. The University Hospital of Wales will be on your right. Follow the signs to the city Centre onto North Road.

From Swansea – Exit the M4 at junction 32, onto the A470. Follow the road signs towards the city centre onto the North Road.

Race Day Parking

Parking on race day is available at the following pay & display car parks;

  • Cardiff Metropolitan University Llandaff Campus (Post Code: CF52YB)
  • Llandaff Village (Post Code: CF52DZ)

Please note: Strictly no cars are allowed in to Llandaff Fields.

For parking at the University, please use the footbridge over the A48

By Air
Cardiff Wales Airport is an international gateway offering a range of scheduled European and direct transatlantic services. Easy access to the main road and rail networks makes Cardiff Wales Airport one of the most convenient entry points in to the UK. Visitors arriving at Heathrow or Gatwick Airport can also travel direct to Cardiff by regular train or coach services (approx 2 hour drive).