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sit back, relax and enjoy the views. We can’t, of course, go into all of the detail here. For more information on all services, routes, timetables, etc go to anglesey.gov.uk or traveline-cymru.info (0871 200 22 33). And by rail The mainline service to Holyhead calls in at Llanfair PG, Bodorgan, Ty Croes, Rhosneigr and Valley. As with buses, it’s handy if you want to visit Anglesey for the day from places like Bangor and Llandudno. Again, go to anglesey.gov.uk or travelinecymru.info for more details. Get yourself a guide Our Public Transport Information guide is available at libraries, heritage centres and other attractions. It gives full details of all bus routes and timetables, handy town maps showing you exactly where to alight, or catch an onward service, plus a list of attractions and which buses reach them. Rail services are also featured. Pick up a pass Ask about the Arriva Trains Wales Explorer Passes that offer unlimited travel on trains and many bus routes. The Explore Wales Pass gives you unlimited access to all of Wales’s mainline train services and almost every bus service, allowing four days’ train and eight days’ bus travel within a period of eight consecutive days. There’s also a North and Mid Wales Pass that gives the same benefits, but on a regional basis. Ask too about the great-value North Wales Rover ticket gives you one day train and one day bus travel. Other Rover and Ranger tickets are also available, but limited to bus or train 81 www.visitanglesey.co.uk


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