From the vibrant Cardiff to the historic streets of Aberystwyth, Wales’ cities have the best sightseeing for all to enjoy. Wales’s culture is vibrant, boasting a rich heritage of music, folklore and history to be sampled in its pubs, museums and castles. In many towns and villages, locals speak Welsh, as well as English. The small population of just over 3 million people means the beautiful countryside is unspoilt.
The hub of Welsh sporting events and culture
The Capital of Wales, Cardiff city, offers an incredible range of unique attractions, with top-class entertainment, quality shopping and markets – all within walking distance. Innovative architecture sitting alongside historic buildings and Cardiff Bay, the city offers entertainment for everyone. It is rich in ancient history, sporting excitement, romantic ambience, eclectic culture and ‘out of this world’ activities, making it the perfect holiday destination for families, couples and groups.
The most ruggedly action-packed bit of Wales
Snowdonia is the outdoor adventure capital of North Wales. It offers a wide choice of quality accommodation, attractions and activities for you to discover; castles, narrow-gauge railways, golf, cycling, walking, award-winning beaches, the Wales Coast Path, World Heritage Sites, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Heritage Coast.
Brecon Beacons National Park
Carved out in the Ice Age
From the depths of its limestone caves to the grandeur of Pen y Fan and Cribyn – its highest peaks – there’s plenty to explore in this gem of a national park. By day, there are moorlands, trails and towns to discover, while by night, you can feast your eyes on the stars. Rolling green landscapes? Waterfalls? Characterful towns and a tranquil canal? They’re all here, like a grab-bag of rural highlights.
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