Wales Holidays

Known as the Land of the Song, Wales is also a land of mountain and flood, where wild peaks challenge the sky and waterfalls thunder down steep, rocky chasms. It is a land of grey-stone castles, ruined abbeys, male-voice choirs, and a handful of cities. Pockets of the southeast and northeast were heavily industrialized in the 19th century, largely ... Read more
with mining and steelmaking, but long stretches of the coast and the mountainous interior remain areas of unmarred beauty.

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Things to see and do in Wales

  • Cardiff Castle
    9.148 reviews
    History Museum, Historic Site, Landmark
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  • Caernarfon Castle
    9.629 reviews
    Sights and Museums, Castle or Palace
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  • Folly Farm
    9.728 reviews
    Sights and Museums, Zoo or Aquarium
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  • Conwy Castle
    9.527 reviews
    Sights and Museums, History Museum, Castle or Palace
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  • 9.8
    Outdoor Enthusiasts
  • 9.8
    Family Travellers
  • 8.3
    History Buffs

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Edinburgh

Ancient castles, misty mountains, rugged beaches, cozy cottages... and lots of sheep. If a country can be a soulmate, this is mine.

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Abergavenny

Right next to the bay, it has its own pier which you can walk down and it has great views from all around. The pebble beach is really nice to walk down too.

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London

Magical countryside with ample opportunity for walking, cozy-ing up in a rental house, or enjoying a lake in the summer. Coastlines are rugged and mystical.

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Montevago
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Cardiff is the capital of wales. It's not as nice as London but i enjoyed it...it's very clean. there are 2 nice castels, museams , churchs and Taff Trail, one of the most important cycling routes in Great Britain (88 km long), which links Cardiff Bay with Brecon

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Manchester

really enjoyed it family thing xx

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Cannock

it was AMAZING

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San Antonio

Breathtakingly Beautiful

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London
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Liverpool
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Halifax
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