Buses run regularly from the town centre, the bus station, and the railway station direct to the racecourse.
Route D runs from the train station passing through the city centre at Clarence St which is within walking distance of the bus station. The bus leaves every 10 minutes during the day and between 10 minutes and every hour in the evenings from Monday to Saturday. The services run hourly on Sundays.
Stagecoach is one of the main operators in Cheltenham and they have timetables on their website, follow the Link Here
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Situated at junctions 10, 11 and 11a of the M5, Cheltenham lies within the main motorway network in easy reach of London, Bristol, and Birmingham. If traveling from the north on the M5 it is possible to leave from junction 9 and take the A435 south. The racecourse can also be reached from the East and West by the A40.
Venue postcode: GL50 4SH
Cycling is an environmentally friendly way to get to the festival. There are 50 secure bicycle parks next to the Centaur and the Best mate enclosure entrances to the racecourse.
Taxis are a convenient way to travel to the festival with your family and friends. A taxi from the centre of Cheltenham to the Racecourse should cost less than £10. Sharing a cab with friends works out cheaper and taxi vans minibuses are a good way to travel.
Cheltenham Spa is the nearest train station. There are direct services from London Paddington, Bristol, Birmingham, Swindon, Cardiff, Plymouth, Manchester, Leeds, Edinburgh, and Glasgow. Situated on the Bristol-Birmingham main line, it is managed by Great Western Railway and is about one mile from the town centre.
Check out the national rail website for times and prices: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk