We are well connected.

24 trains to London Paddington per day, with journey times from three hours.

Three international airports nearby.

Plymouth has a central bus and train station and is very well served by public transport. The city has low average commute times in comparison to other major cities with many commuters traveling in daily from rural Devon and Cornwall.  
 
Plymouth has also been earmarked with £22.5 million from the Heart of the South West Local Enterprise Partnership which is expected to open up the north of the city and streamline traffic in and out of the city centre.
 
Plymouth’s location on the coast also gives it the unique opportunity to offer citizens more scenic links to mainland Europe thanks to Brittany Ferries with sailings to France and Spain.