Wales - Globe Guide


Grazing sheep, rolling hills that go on for miles, waterfalls and oh-so-many castles are among the treasures of Wales.

Begin in the capital Cardiff to explore Cardiff Castle, the shopping arcades and enjoy drinks along the waterfront at happening Cardiff Bay. Tenby is a coastal gem known for its pastel-coloured houses, medieval town walls and expansive beaches, providing a picturesque retreat by the sea and is one of the best day trips from Cardiff.

Explore the rugged beauty of the Brecon Beacons National Park, where hikes lead to panoramic views and waterfalls. Up north, Snowdonia is home to Mount Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales, where hiking trails, heritage railways and quaint villages are nestled amongst the dramatic mountain scenery.

Immerse yourself in Wales' medieval history by visiting its renowned castles, including Conwy Castle and Caernarfon Castle--both UNESCO World Heritage sites--providing a glimpse into the country's storied past.

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