A classic walled town in the north of Wales, this medieval town, rich in history and architecture will amaze you. The Castle and the amazing views of Snowdonia will leave you enthralled.
Llangolen – Renowned for the surrounding hills and the River Dee, Llangollen has something for every visitor. If walking or fishing is your passion, then there is plenty to be done here! Take a horse drawn cart ride by the canal or visit the Castell Dinas Brân medieval Castle. Whatever your fancy, Llangolen is sure to provide.
Located in the east of the Country Llandrindod Wells is a beautiful little village, which boasts many ornate building styles from the Victorian and Edwardian period. During the mid-18th century the ‘healing qualities’ of the local spring waters attracted visitors to the area. Take a well -earned rest and enjoy the healing power of the waters after your visit to Brecon Beacons or Snowdonia. /p>
Take a full day to explore the vibrant and unique capital city of Cardiff. Experience welsh history first hand at St Fagan’s interactive Museum of Welsh Life before returning to the city-centre where modern developments rub shoulders with unique historic architecture. Visit the National Museum and Gallery of Wales and Cardiff Castle which has evolved throughout history, touched by the Romans, Normans and Victorians. Finally round off the day with a visit to the Millennium Stadium and food or drinks at the fashionable Cardiff Bay Development.