Getting to Falmouth is simple!
There’s so much to do, see and explore in Cornwall.
With the longest stretch of coastline of any county in Britain, you will discover quaint fishing villages, beautiful hidden coves, spectacular beaches, dramatic cliffs and coastlines, plus beautiful moorland and countryside. Use our travel guides to find your way here…
It takes less than five hours to get from London to Falmouth by either train or car. Drive along the M4 Motorway from London, or M6 from Manchester, and then the M5 to Exeter and finally either the A30, that is mostly dual carriageway, or the A38 through Plymouth and Saltash into South East Cornwall. Due to the high volume of traffic on Cornwall’s roads during the peak summer months the main A30 route can become congested, especially at weekends. Travelling overnight or outside peak rush hours is recommended to avoid long delays.
Contact National Rail Enquiries for train times and fare information on 08457 484950. High speed First Great Western train services run frequently from London Paddington station including the Night Riviera Sleeper Service to Penzance where customers are welcome to remain on board until 7.00am.
There are also direct trains daily from Edinburgh, Birmingham, Bath and Bristol to Cornwall and a picturesque branch line from Truro to Falmouth.
National Express coaches have regular services to Falmouth.
By offering year round, frequent flights to cities like Manchester and London Gatwick, Stansted, London City and Edinburgh, means Cornwall is connected to major airport hubs making both European and long haul flight connections effortless.
Fly to and from Manchester, Edinburgh, Belfast, Glasgow, London and many more. Flybe regularly offer flights throughout the week. Please visit www.flybe.com to find out more
Fly to and from Dusseldorf, Germany once a week. Please visit www.lufthansa.com to find out more.
Fly to and from Newquay and Exeter to the Isles of Scilly. Please visit www.skybus.co.uk to find out more.