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Getting here by car
The quickest route to the South West is via the M5, which ends at Exeter. From there take the A38 and A380 to Torquay and follow signs for Torquay sea front. An alternative route from the South East is by the A303, and then the A30, which joins the M5 at Exeter.
Getting here by train
Great Western Railways operate direct trains to Torquay from London Paddington.
Crosscountry Trains operate direct trains from Birmingham New Street, with connections with the North.
There are more trains available from other locations if you change at Exeter St. Davids, or Newton Abbot.
Getting here by bus
Coach services operate to Torquay Coach Staion at Lymington Road Torquay.
National Express operate direct services from London, Heathrow Airport, and the North.
Megabus operate services to Torquay from London, Exeter and Bristol.
Flying to the UK
The nearest airport is Exeter International with flights from Europe and the UK.
For international connections beyond Europe the nearest airports are at Bristol and London.
To travel to Torquay from the airport use the airport bus service to the nearest railway station, or coach.