Cornwall's Cathedral city

How to visit by train

Truro is the UK’s most southerly city and is a vibrant centre for shopping, art and culture.

This compact little city has a warren of streets in and around its impressive Gothic Cathedral which are home to a variety of independent retailers from bookshops to boutiques.

Truro has a great cafe culture as well with lots of places to enjoy artisan coffee and sample fantastic food using local produce.

 

Coming by train

The station is on the mainline as well as being the start of the Maritime Line to Falmouth. 

 

25 minutes from Falmouth Town

38 minutes from Penzance

Truro city centre is a 15 minute walk from the station

Buying Tickets to Truro

Falmouth to Truro

£

4.80

Off-Peak Day Return. Valid after the morning peak, and anytime at weekends or Bank Holidays.

Great fares from further afield

PLYMOUTH
TO TRURO

£

11.40

Adult Off-Peak Day Return

Fares explained

1hr 15min

Approximate journey time

ST IVES
TO TRURO

£

7.50

Adult Off-Peak Day Return

Fares explained

55min

Approximate journey time

 

Maritime Line

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