How to Reach Plymouth
HOW TO GET TO PLYMOUTH
- By Air: Plymouth Airport was closed in 2011. The nearest airport to Plymouth is the Exeter Airport which is at a one-hour drive away from the city centre. It serves flights to all the major European destinations and various airports in the United Kingdom.
- By Train: The Plymouth train station lies on one of the main rail routes in United Kingdom and serves trains to London, Bristol, Midlands, Cornwall and destinations in North of England. There is also a night service sleeper train named ‘Night Riveria’ that runs from London to Penzance, arriving Plymouth in the morning.
- By Sea: There are ferries operating from Santander and Roscoff in the United Kingdom. The ferry terminal is located 0.5 miles away from the Plymouth Hoe and has easy access to the city centre.
- By Car: Plymouth is accessible by the A38 highway.
HOW TO GET AROUND PLYMOUTH
- By Bus: Plymouth has an extensive network of buses and you can practically find a bus to reach most of the parts within the city.
- By water taxis and boats: Although available only in summer, this is an efficient way to get around the attractions connected to the sea.
- On foot: The areas like city centre and the Hoe are dotted with beautiful buildings and recreational areas and its best to get around these places on foot.
Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Plymouth. The most preferred mode of transport in Plymouth is Car.
Average distance: 6.13 km Average time: 26.14 min
Car 57.14%Driving 22 min Overall average time for 6.51 kms 22 min
Walking 14.29%Walking 20 min Driving 10 min Overall average time for 3.22 kms 30 min
Bus/Trolleybus 28.57%Bus 21 min Walking 6.5 min Waiting 5 min Overall average time for 6.84 kms 32.5 min