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Mid Wales has 2,000 square miles of mountains, moorland, rolling hills and river valleys to explore. But don’t think you need a car to get around. 

 

We’ve got 18 train stations and a comprehensive bus network for a start. Not to mention several narrow-gauge railways. You could hire a bike, a horse or a boat – or bring your own if you like.

 

And if you find yourself in the Brecon Beacons National Park, you could ride around in a whisper-quiet, zero-carbon Renault Twizy. All the better to hear all that wonderful silence.

 

Eco Travel Network

 

Go exploring in a chic two-seater electric quadricycle. Charge it up at a network of pubs, cafés and visitor attractions.

www.ecotravelnetwork.co.uk

 

Beacons Bus

 

This “walk and ride” service is the best and greenest way to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park – and it takes bikes too. Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from June to September.

 

Freedom of Wales Flexi Pass

 

Does just what it says on the tin. One ticket gives you the freedom to travel on all Wales’s mainline train stations and almost every bus service. Available for 8 or 15 days.

www.walesflexipass.com

 

Traveline Cymru

 

Route and travel information for all public transport in Wales.

www.traveline-cymru.org.uk

 

Public travel guide

 

Call 0845 607 6060 for a travel guide containing detailed public transport information for the whole of Mid Wales.