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Getting to Cornwall by Car:

The easiest route to Cornwall is to join the M5 to Exeter. Then take either the A30 over Bodmin Moor or the A38 via Plymouth. Truro can be accessed from the A30 junction Carland Cross,  A39 or further on the A30 to Chiverton roundabout at the A391 – both options will lead you the two park and ride sites.

For help planning your route use the AA Route Planner for a tailor made travel plan. 

Co Cars

Become a member and hire an electric car from just £4.25 per hour plus mileage.

Cars are available at Truro Train Station, Station Road and Moorfield car park . The perfect solution to explore Truro and the surrounding area. 

All Travel Options:

By Train

If you’re travelling to Cornwall by train, you’re in for a treat – the line passes through some of the UK’s most beautiful scenery along the way. 

By Coach

If you want to leave the car behind, travelling to the peninsula by coach is a really convenient option and with great road links, it’s quicker than you think.

Public Transport

Not only is it easy to get to Cornwall by public transport, it’s really great for exploring Cornwall without the car once you’re here. 

By Air

We’re really lucky to have Newquay airport within easy reach.  Exeter and Bristol are not too far away either, so you have plenty of options for getting to Cornwall by air.

By Car

The M5 will get you as far as Exeter and then our fantastic local road network will do the rest, giving you free reign to explore Cornwall.

By Bike

On two wheels is one of our favourite ways to  enjoy Cornwall.  From travelling here by bike to exploring  the beautiful Cornish countryside when you get here.