Welsh Wonders: The Best Places To Visit In Cymru**

With a population of just over three million, you’d be excused for assuming that Wales doesn’t have too much to offer its visitors. In reality, though, it is one of the best countries you could ever hope to visit. What’s more, it has something for everyone.

No matter the reasons behind your love of travelling, there is a Welsh destination to bring your dream vacation to life. Here are some of the best.


City Explorers – Head To Cardiff

England has Newcastle, Manchester, and London. Scotland has Glasgow. However, the Welsh capital boasts the UK’s best nightlife and entertainment. The best hotels Cardiff has to offer are far more affordable than staying in those other big cities. With plenty of wonderful monuments and attractions across the city too, you can cram a lot of activities into a short stay.

Trekkers – Head To Snowdonia

Mt. Snowdon has a peak of over 1,000m and is a popular destination for adventurers seeking a physical test. The climb up the mountain is tough but can be completed by most people. Meanwhile, the views across the valleys and across the skyline are simply incredible. With several quaint villages nearby, like Portmeirion, this truly is one of Britain’s greatest challenges.


Nature Lovers – Head To Aberystwyth

The seaside town of Aberystwyth will provide plenty of enjoyable moments in itself. Watching the sunrise while the waves crash against the shore signals true relaxation. However, if you move 12 miles to the Hafod Estate, you’ll get to see an amazing woodlands area. This also includes Devil’s Bridge as well as the 300ft waterfall at River Mynach. It is absolutely stunning.

Beach Lovers – Head To Tenby

Wales boasts many great seaside resorts around the coast. However, the harbour town of Tenby, based in the southwest stands out as the best. You can enjoy all the rewards of being on the sandy beaches, including some great places to eat. Furthermore, the Old Town and medieval town walls add a sense of history. Ultimately, it offers sun, sea, and so much more.

History Fans – Head To Conwy

There’s no question that Conwy Castle is one of the most striking in Britain. Moreover, the medieval surroundings and National Trust's Aberconwy House are sure to make you smile. The town has plenty of unique shopping venues while there are many excellent cafes to eat in too. This is easily one of the most interesting places to visit.


Sports Fans – Head To Llanelli

Swansea and Cardiff boast the main football teams. However, rugby is at its best in Llanelli with both Scarlets and Llanelli RFC carrying the Welsh flag very well. The passion for the national team is simply incredible too, although they tour the country. Still, if you want to experience club rugby at its best, either Llanelli team will work well.

So, whatever you’re looking for from your UK vacation, Wales has it all. From short weekend breaks to fortnights of fun, this part of the world will never serve you wrong.