We encourage visitors to walk, cycle or use public transport to get to the festival as there is no on-site car park. 

In terms of traffic-free routes, depending on the direction you are travelling from you can take one of the following routes:

The Taff Trail

National Cycle Route No. 8 [yellow] and local routes [green]. If travelling from the south or north of Cardiff you can join the Taff Trail, it’s the ideal route as it takes you very close to Llandaff Fields. By following the path you’ll join Bute Park, where you can travel across Blackweir Bridge [on foot], and then cycle or walk across Pontcanna Fields to get to Llandaff Fields.

Cardiff Bay Trail

If you’re travelling from Penarth you can come across Cardiff Bay Barrage and then follow the Cardiff Bay Trail to join the Taff Trail. Remember, if you are coming from South Grangetown you can also join the trail here.

Ely Trail

If you are travelling from Victoria Park or the Ely area or you can join the Ely Trail. Parts of this route are on roads and parts in areas without traffic.


Llandaff Fields bus stop is directly outside the entrance to the festival. The buses stopping here are:

Cardiff Bus: 25, 62, 63
Stagecoach: 122, 124
NAT Group: 320
For a bus timetable and more information visit: www.traveline.cymru


The nearest station to Llandaff Fields is Waungron Park, about 25 minutes walk away, or it takes about 33 minutes to walk from Cardiff Central along Cathedral Road / Taff Trail.

For information about train times visit www.trenauarriva.cymru