- 1 Is Bangor Wales a nice place to live?
- 2 Are trains running from Cardiff to Bangor?
- 3 Is Bangor in Wales or Ireland?
- 4 How long does it take to get from Cardiff to Bangor?
- 5 Is Bangor a bad place to live?
- 6 Is Bangor Wales safe?
- 7 Are trains running from Holyhead to Bangor?
- 8 Is Bangor poor?
- 9 Is Bangor Wales worth visiting?
- 10 Why is there a Bangor in Wales and Ireland?
Is Bangor Wales a nice place to live?
With excellent transport links, a picturesque setting and situated only a few hours from major cities, as the oldest city in Wales, Bangor is a vibrant and bustling location.
Are trains running from Cardiff to Bangor?
Are there direct trains from Cardiff Central to Bangor (Gwynedd)? Yes, it is possible to travel from Cardiff Central to Bangor (Gwynedd) without having to change trains.
Is Bangor in Wales or Ireland?
Bangor is a small coastal city in North Wales, and although it does not have an abundance of attractions, it is a picturesque place offering views over the Menai Strait (especially attractive at sun-set), and also serves as a convenient base for visiting the nearby Snowdonia National Park.
How long does it take to get from Cardiff to Bangor?
Bangor (Gwynedd) to Cardiff Central by train
|Journey time||From 3h 56m|
|Distance||127 miles (205 km)|
|Frequency||14 trains per day|
|Departure station||Bangor (Gwynedd)|
|Arrival station||Cardiff Central|
Is Bangor a bad place to live?
It’s not a bad town – probably the most outward looking town in northwest Wales – but the best bit about Bangor is its location. Anglesey, Snowdonia, Lleyn Peninsula etc are all really close, so great rides, beaches etc… You could do a lot worse.
Is Bangor Wales safe?
BANGOR has been described as a “ safe place to live, work in and visit” by a senior police official.
Are trains running from Holyhead to Bangor?
Yes, it is possible to travel from Holyhead to Bangor (Gwynedd) without having to change trains. There are 25 direct trains from Holyhead to Bangor (Gwynedd) each day. Though there may be fewer direct services available depending on your exact departure date.
Is Bangor poor?
Some of the poorest areas of North Wales are right on the doorsteps of some of the richest ones. One of the most stark examples is in Bangor. Two of ts wards, in Marchog, are classed as among the most deprived. While two others in Pentir rank as having the lowest levels of deprivation.
Is Bangor Wales worth visiting?
While Bangor isn’t the most attractive town in North Wales, it has a lively arts and cultural scene, and is the site of two of the region’s best venues: Pontio and Storiel.
Why is there a Bangor in Wales and Ireland?
From Welsh bangor (“wattle”),, from Old Welsh bancor (“wattle”) (sense 1), and from Irish Beannchar (sense 2).