Electrifying culture. Exhilarating nature. Take a leap of discovery in the Land of Dragons.
Be amazed by Cardiff’s majestic structures. Thrilled by Conwy’s rich history. Entertained by Caernarfon’s epic folk tales. Wales is there to be explored.
And we’re just scratching the surface.
Embark on extraordinary adventures through the Pembrokeshire moors. Transcend the striking peaks of Snowdonia. Whether by train or on foot, its untouched landscapes will astonish.
(This town in Wales has the longest place name in the world)
Caernarfon Castle has seen some the most important chapters in the nation’s history. The castle has survived over 700 years of hostile medieval conflict and dominates the landscape with its imposing walls and legendary towers.
It’s nature at its most thrilling. Discover the awe-inspiring views and rugged landscapes of Snowdonia National Park as you embark on an unforgettable rail journey to the peak of Mount Snowdon.
Immerse yourself in Welsh history at St Fagans National History Museum. The open air museum showcases over 40 buildings from different historical periods, giving visitors a unique insight into early life in Wales.
Ideally located in Cardiff’s civic centre, the museum houses some of Europe’s finest art, geology, and natural history collections. From Lucian Freud to Francis Bacon, a visit is a must.
Now a museum, Plas Newydd was once the home of the ‘Ladies of Llangollen’, Lady Eleanor Butler and Sarah Ponsonby, whose relationship was scandalised around the world. Today, visitors are mesmerised by its gorgeous gardens and remarkable house.
Built by Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1973, Portmeirion is an architectural phenomenon. The enchanting Italianate style village is characterised by its steep cliffs and old buildings.
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