​Visiting Wales gives you a little of everything from coastal towns and beautiful countryside to cosmopolitan cities, you will enjoy every moment!

Experience the beauty of Wales, from the rugged cliffs to the stunning Galmorgan Coastline to the stunning sandy beaches or the buzzing nightlife of Cardiff, Wales has something for everyone

A Snapshot of some interesting places in Wales (there are so many it is difficult to choose just a few!)




Cardiff is the capital city of Wales and is a bustling place with a myriad of attractions, entertainment, shopping, innovative architecture and history. The waterfront is a stunning place to eat drink and enjoy. At Cardiff Castle you can discover 2000 years of history in the heart of the city. From the arrival of the Romans, the Norman Conquest to the lavish Victorian design, all have left their distinctive mark on the Castle. The Castle is one of Wales’ leading heritage attractions and a site of international significance.
Located at the heart of the capital, within beautiful parklands, the Castle’s walls and fairytale towers conceal 2,000 years of history.
The Roman fort at Cardiff was established at approximately the end of the 50s AD, on a strategic site that afforded easy access to the sea. Archaeological excavations made during the 1970s indicate that this was only the first of four forts, each a different size, that occupied the present site. Remains of the Roman wall can be seen today.

Visit the National Museum of Wales situated in the heart of Cardiff’s elegant civic centre. Today it houses Wales’ national archaeology, art, geology and natural history collections, as well as major touring and temporary exhibitions.


Conwy and Llandudno

Conwy and Llandudno are in Northern Wales on the coast and you can still see the elegance of the Victorian Holiday locations in the beauty of the buildings and promenades.

Llandudno 19th-century Pier has independent shops and a games arcade. The cliffs of Great Orme headland jut into the sea. Ancient tunnels lead to a cavern at Great Orme Mines. A 1902 tramway has an upper and lower section, and travels to the headland’s summit. There is also a smaller headland Little Orme which is a beautiful nature reserve.
Conwy is a beautiful fishing town with working fishing boats and the ruins of the stunning Conwy Castle which is at the entrance of Conwy. Also famous for the Smallest House in Great Britain, the house is unbelievably only 72 inches wide, 122 inches high and was occupied until 1900.


Snowdonia Mountains and Coast

The beauty of Snowdonia is immense, with over 150 attractions in the National Park you are have a varied choice of things to do. You can take a walk 3560ft up Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales and England, experience the world's fastest zip wire or if you prefer surfing, ride the perfect wave in a 300-metre lagoon it’s a fabulous place for people who want outdoor adventure or just a simple stroll amongst stunning scenery.