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06 / 09 / 22

Intensive Driving Courses in Cardiff

At National Intensive, we offer intensive driving courses all through Cardiff and its nearby areas. Driving in Wales seems very easy, it can get a bit complicated in Cardiff city centre as it has some of the busiest and most complex junctions in the city. However, there’s nothing to panic about as we provide intensive courses appropriate for learners at all levels from complete beginners right to the learner drivers. Furthermore, all our courses are allocated to well-qualified instructors – to help you learn to drive in the shortest possible time as one week. We are now among best-rated intensive driving courses provider with around 3,368 reviews, find out to see our success stories.

If you’re looking to pass you driving test as early as possible, then you have come to the right place. Book a course with us and get passed immediately!

Practical Test Centres in Cardiff

If you’re based in Cardiff, the only nearest practical driving test centre situated right at the centre of the city is Cardiff Llanishen Test Centre. Getting to the test centre is quite smooth. It is located at Lambourne Crescent, Cardiff Business Park.

How do I get there?

Before you turn out to book your practical test, make sure to have a quick read of guide to its directions. However, if you’re planning to reach your destination by train, check the nearby station: Llanishen Rail Station and if using bus, check out this for more information.

Intensive Practical Driving Centre in Cardiff

Pass Rates

The pass rate for Cardiff Llanishen Test Centre is 57.4%  – in 2020-21.

Theory Test Centres in Cardiff

Looking to take your driving theory test in Cardiff? Look nowhere else and book your test at the Cardiff Theory Test Centre. This centre is situated on the third floor of Limerick House.

How do I get there?

Typically, theory test centres are centered near to the railway stations and generally needs only a short walking route. Cardiff Theory Test Centre is about 0.1 miles away from Cardiff Queen Street Station. In case you want to visit this centre by car, there’s a parking area near the test centre which is accessible if you arrive via North Edward Street. You can use this to find out possible routes.

Landmarks in Cardiff

The city Cardiff has number of historical landmarks, evidence to several different span of occupation throughout the centuries. This city is vibrant with breathtaking views and attractions worthy for all ages and budgets.

Cardiff Castle

Cardiff Castle, situated in the heart of Wales’ with a considerable amount of ancestral history for almost 2000 years in all. Throughout the year, Cardiff Castle is a hot spot with all kinds of events happening. Every year, they have Welsh banquets where tourists and residents can cherish a night of cultural Welsh food and amusement.

If you’re interested to explore this place, head over to the visitor information. In addition, if you’re travelling by public transport, you can find out more here.

Cardiff Castle

Cardiff City Hall

Since 1906, Cardiff City Hall – is known as one of the finest civic centres, with impressive buildings and scenic gardens. It is mostly used for different conferences and exhibitions, however, it is also accessible to visitors. Unfortunately, parking lot at the site is limited and visitors are suggested to use the paid street parking around the City Hall. If you’re planning to visit, there are alternative ways to reach Cardiff City Hall, you can find more about travelling here.

Cardiff City Hall

National Museum Cardiff

The National Museum Cardiff, unique among other museums with diverse range of art and science displays. The first floor of museum is full of Wales’ traditional art collections, ranging from paintings and drawings to sculpture and ceramics. It’s astonishing art collections is featured by leading international artists. Interestingly, this museum offers a free visit. Also, getting to National Museum Cardiff is quite easy as it provides a visitor car parking area. However, if you’re travelling by train, you can use the nearest station: Cathays Station. Please check the directions before making a journey to museum.

National Museum Cardiff

Principality Stadium

Most iconic stadiums in the world, Principality Stadium, with magnificent features and dimensions. Since 1999, the stadium has greeted over 1.3 million tourists each year. The tour of the stadium is opened for visitors throughout the week. It is called as a home to major sporting bodies and music artists, with approximately 74,000-seater stadium. Pay a visit to Principality Stadium and experience a stadium like no other. For tickets and bookings, please visit here.

Principality Stadium

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