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WALES Tourism

Wales at its best is tramping in splendid isolation across magnificent green hills and purple-heather moors, valleys ringing with the song of male voice choirs and poetry of 6th-century bards, local pubs beckoning with a pint of Best Bitter. One man and his dog (and sheep by the millions) are the only souls for miles around, King Arthur fires the imagination with his treasury of ancient Welsh lore,and you can be sure it will rain. Political devolution has long dominated national politics and no one shows a greater pride in this raw, underrated land of heady rough-cut landscapes, mighty stone castles and lyrical morning mists than those fiercely patriotic, rugby-loving, song-mad, Welsh-speaking Cymry (Welsh).

Best time to visit in Wales

March to June, September

Best time to visit in Wales

March to June , September

Places to visit in Wales

  • Pontcysyllte, the world’s longest navigable aqueduct on the Llangollen Canal.
  • Snowdon, Wales’ highest and headiest peak at 1085m.
  • The Six Nations Rugby Championships in Cardiff.
  • Conwy, Caernafon, Harlech and Beaumaris castles.
  • The Brecon Beacons National Park – rugged hills, moors and fantastic pubs.

Places to visit in Wales

  • Pontcysyllte , the world’s longest navigable aqueduct on the Llangollen Canal.
  • Snowdon , Wales’ highest and headiest peak at 1085m.
  • The Six Nations Rugby Championships in Cardiff.
  • Conwy , Caernafon , Harlech and Beaumaris castles.
  • The Brecon Beacons National Park – rugged hills , moors and fantastic pubs.

Top things to do in Wales

  • Hike, mountain bike, camp, get wet, feel alive in the Snowdonia National Park
  • Shop for china in Portmeirion, a whimsical vision of Italian classicism
  • Be roused by male voice choirs performing at Llangollen’s International Eisteddfod
  • Follow the Pembrokeshire coastal path through quaint fishing villages and around secluded coves – play spot a puffin!
  • Frolic across sandy beaches and limestone cliffs on the Gower Peninsula

Top things to do in Wales

  • Hike, mountain bike, camp, get wet, feel alive in the Snowdonia National Park
  • Shop for china in Portmeirion, a whimsical vision of Italian classicism
  • Be roused by male voice choirs performing at Llangollen’s International Eisteddfod
  • Follow the Pembrokeshire coastal path through quaint fishing villages and around secluded coves – play spot a puffin!
  • Frolic across sandy beaches and limestone cliffs on the Gower Peninsula

Discover Wales

  • Read Random Deaths and Custard by Catrin Davydd, one of Wales’ best contemporary creative writers.
  • Listen to operatic arias by Welsh tenor Aled Wyn-Davies.
  • Watch Solomon and Gaenor, a turn-of-the-20th-century tale of forbidden love set against South Wales’ coalfields.
  • Eat bara brith (tea-soaked fruit loaf), a Welsh cream tea (fruit scone with strawberry jam and whipped cream), or a lunchtime plate of Welsh rarebit (an 18th-century version of beer-soaked Cheddar cheese on toast).
  • Drink a pint of Cardiff-brewed Brains or ale from a local microbrewery.

Discover Wales

  • Read Random Deaths and Custard by Catrin Davydd , one of Wales’ best contemporary creative writers.
  • Listen to operatic arias by Welsh tenor Aled Wyn-Davies.
  • Watch Solomon and Gaenor , a turn-of-the-20th-century tale of forbidden love set against South Wales’ coalfields.
  • Eat bara brith (tea-soaked fruit loaf) , a Welsh cream tea (fruit scone with strawberry jam and whipped cream) , or a lunchtime plate of Welsh rarebit (an 18th-century version of beer-soaked Cheddar cheese on toast).
  • Drink a pint of Cardiff-brewed Brains or ale from a local microbrewery.

Wales Highlights

Mountains, sheep, coal mines, male voice choirs, rugby, tongue-twisting place names starting with double L, King Arthur and Merlin, leeks, the Welsh red dragon

Wales Highlights

Mountains , sheep,coal mines , male voice choirs , rugby , tongue-twisting place names starting with double L , King Arthur and Merlin , leeks , the Welsh red dragon

One word for Wales Tourism

Bore da (Hello, good morning)

One word for Wales Tourism

Bore da (Hello, good morning)
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