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Exeter Transport Information

Transport for Exeter includes its own international airport, which is situated approximately 6-miles (20 minutes) from the city centre. The city is also very well served by all major road and rail links. Commercial companies provide bus and train travel locally as well as for long distance travel to and from Exeter.

Exeter has two main-line stations that link out to most major UK cities with a journey to or from London taking about 2 hours and 20 minutes. Both stations are conveniently sited for the city centre with Exeter Central station being the closest with a 3 minutes walk to the High Street. Exeter St Davids is located down the hill approximately 15-minutes walk or a 5 minutes bus ride from the city centre.


Once in Exeter's centre - mini buses run at regular intervals. It is possible to get to almost any area you should wish to go within the city via this system of transport. Another method is the city's taxi and private hire vehicle service. The taxis are available from various taxi ranks around the city centre or by telephone arrangement to the place you require. Taxis are also available at Exeter Airport, Exeter Bus station and Exeter St. David's railway station...

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Getting To Exeter

Travelling to Exeter should be fairly simple to organise with the city being so central within the county of Devon. Exeter has two main-line train stations within the city and its own international airport right on the doorstep. Exeter is served well by road links with the M5 motorway terminating nearby and the Devon Expressway beginning. The Expressway then opens up the additional possibility of a ferry service just 45 minutes away in Plymouth.

By Rail

There are two main-line stations that branch out connecting Exeter to most major UK cities with a journey to or from London taking about 2 hours and 20 minutes. The main lines operate from the Midlands and the North and from London (Paddington).

By Air

Exeter Airport is situated on the outskirts of the city approximately 6-miles (20 minutes) from the centre. The airport operates scheduled services for domestic and international flights. It provides the area with the largest commercial airport attracting many thousands of passengers every week.

By Road

Exeter is served well by major road links. There are two main junctions (30 and 31) off the M5 motorway, one to each end of the city. The Devon Expressway provides good access to South Devon and the A30 on into Cornwall.

By Coach

National Express coach service operates from hundreds of different places across the country to Exeter. They also offer services to Europe and Ireland as well as to and from several UK airports.

By Sea

Ferry services are operated from Plymouth to France and Spain.


Exeter Parking

Parking in Exeter's city centre is available in several short and long stay car parks. A 'Park & Ride' scheme is operated and works by drivers parking their vehicles on the city outskirts in one of four designated car parking areas.

Exeter Park & Ride

Four areas are provided for visitors, shoppers and workers to park up their cars and travel right into the heart of Exeter. Three parks are for travelling into the city centre and one for the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital. After parking up at the Sowton, Honiton Road, Matford or Digby (RD&E) Park & Ride areas you can then catch one of the regular buses into the city. The parking is usually free, just the return bus fare is purchased.

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