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Wales Tourist Guide And Travel Information

The mountains of Snowdonia, seaside resorts and peaceful villages, Wales is well worth visiting – a holiday destination with historic castles, long beaches, walking trails, and loads of attractions to visit on days out. Try a trip on the steam railways. Wales is still part of the United Kingdom, but has its own local language and Parliament.

There are some great areas to visit, from the Isle of Angelsey to the bustling city of Cardiff. Choose which type of holiday to take, climbing or walking in the Welsh hills and mountains, historic cities and towns, relax in the countryside, or on the miles of coastline.

Take a look through the Welsh regions and towns – you are sure to find somewhere to go on holiday.

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If you prefer long sandy beaches and walks, visit Wales for the resorts of the North Wales coast, the quieter areas of Pembrokeshire, or the great outdoors at Snowdonia National Park.

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