Flights to Cardiff

How to find cheap flights to Cardiff

Searching flights to the capital of Wales? Finding cheap flights to Cardiff is easier than ever thanks to the smart search engine of There are no direct flights from Israel, but you have nothing to worry about, we’ll search hundreds of online travel agents and airlines and find you cheap flights to Cardiff via stopovers.

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Cardiff Airport

Flights to Cardiff arrive at Cardiff Airport (CWL), the only airport in Wales that offers international scheduled flights. You can reach the city from the airport by T9 - The Cardiff Airport Express Bus Service. Tickets cost from £5, and you can also pay in Euros - €7 one way and €10 return. The service operates up to every 20 minutes during between April and October, and up to 30 minutes during winter.

The 905 service operates between Rhoose Rail Interchange, Cardiff Airport, and MOD St Athan daily. The service meets all trains to Rhoose Cardiff International Airport train station. There is a charge of £1 one way to travel from the train station to the airport. There are taxis outside the terminal, and f you wish to rent a car, compare car rental options on Skyscanner car rental.

When to go to Cardiff?

The warmest months of the year are July and August, with an average of 20 degrees during the day, nothing like the hot, humid Israeli summer. The busiest period for tourism is from August to October when the temperatures are around 14-18 degrees. You can find similar temperatures in May-July, and since it’s not as crowded, it’s the best time to search cheap flights to Cardiff. The average high temperatures during the winter are 6-8 degrees, cold, but nothing too extreme. No matter when you’re traveling, bring an umbrella with you.

What to see and do in Cardiff?

Cheap flights to Cardiff land you in the capital of Wales, a lively and modern city that continues to grow in popularity for travelers.

The Millennium Stadium is simply fantastic, located at the heart of Cardiff’s regeneration and plays host to an array of sporting events and concerts. If you are into beautiful sights, go to Cardiff Bay and be amazed of the views across to Penrith and a plethora of restaurants, bars, and cafes, serving the locally brewed Brain’s beers and playing host to a cosmopolitan crowd.

Cardiff Castle is still a major tourist attraction, looming over the main shopping area of Queen Street and St. Mary's Street. You’ll find it in the heart of the city center. Need a break from the city? The grounds around the castle or Bute Park offer the perfect retreat. Another option is to go on the Taff Trail, which shows you don’t have to go far out of the city to take in some truly breathtaking sights.

It doesn’t take a pint of Brain’s to see why you should book a flight to Cardiff! If you’re looking to discover a new place in the UK, a stopover in Cardiff is a must. After you have found cheap flights to Cardiff, it’s time to search a great hotel. Compare prices on Skyscanner Hotels and save more money with us.

This information is correct as of February 2018

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