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Wales is famous for the vast unspoiled rolling valleys and rugged mountains and its massive national parks. The people there are welcoming and friendly, and known for the lyrical lilting their accent. The Welsh language (Cymraeg) is the oldest language in Britain; it could be up to 4,000 years old.

It has a slow pace and easy-going atmosphere, which you can even feel in the big cities like Cardiff and Swansea.


The capital city of Wales. Must not miss the Cardiff Castle, with centuries of Welsh history in one place!


This Welsh village holds the undisputed title of one of the longest name in the world. An extremely wee village, with a collection of houses, a couple of pubs, a post office and a train station.


A little Italian Village  on Wales’ west coast. Built over most of the 20th century, the beautiful gardens, colourful buildings, fountains and church closely resemble a Mediterranean coast village.



By Mike McBey -, CC BY 2.0


By, CC BY-SA 3.0

Snowdonia National Park 

A beautiful and iconic national park in the northwest corner of Wales and is where you’ll find Snowdon one of the tallest mountains in the United Kingdom.


Snowdonia National Park 

By Joanna Rycerz -Pixabay 

Snowdonia National Park 

 By Allan Washbrook -Pixabay

Bodnant Garden

Bodnant Garden is perched above the River Conwy it has views across the valley to the Snowdonia National Park. A great garden not to be missed. 


Laburnum Arch

By fallonrw -Pixabay 
By Penstones - Pixabay


A costal city includes Swansea Bay and the Gower Penisula. The Mumbles Pier is a popular British seaside experience in the Swansea Bay. An area of outstanding natural beauty with cliffs, beaches and bays.