Wales

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If you’re planning a weekend in Pembrokeshire, Wales, you’re in for a treat. This cozy coastal county is made up of lush landscapes, majestic mountains, hidden caves and lively wildlife. Available activities range from hiking, fishing, exploring caves and jumping off cliffs. Since time is limited on a weekend trip, here are five things you […]

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Snowdonia, Wales  by Flickr CC Arun Marsh

If you love exploring some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, walking, or hiking, then Snowdonia should be high on your list of places to visit while in Europe. Located in Wales, Snowdonia National Park is the second largest Park in the UK. Most world-class mountain climbers and hikers train here. There are various […]

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Gower Peninsula, South Wales by Flickr CC Les Haines

The best way to explore the Gower Peninsula in Wales is by foot. Gower has been inhabited by man for over 30,000 years – an ochre-adorned skeleton of a male was found in a cave here. Among the inhabitants of Gower were Romans, Saxons, Celts, Vikings, and Normans. Today, the Gower is a haven of […]

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Cardiff Bay - Flickr CC ben_salter

If you’re looking at trains to Cardiff you might be hoping to find out a little more about what the Welsh capital has to offer. You’ll be pleased to hear the city has loads of great things to see and do, no matter what time of year you visit. Here are a few of our top picks:  […]

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Castles to visit in Wales - Flickr CC archangel12

The country of Wales is referred to as the castle capital of the UK. It is home to almost 400 castles and a hundred of these have been restored so that visitors can see them. Here are the top 5 castles to visit in when you travel to Wales: Beaumaris Castle It is believed to […]

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