Wales is a fabled land of green hills, blue coastline and fluffy white sheep.

It’s the homeland of urban legends.


The castle capital of the world.


Discover their story, then create your own.


Wales –

Embrace the dragon spirit

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.

Wales will take your breath away. Literally.

(This town in Wales has the longest place name in the world)

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Practical information

This information can be useful when traveling to this beautiful country


Wales is characterised by a cool and humid climate, with January temperatures averaging 4°C and July temperatures averaging 18°C. Conditions in upland areas such as Snowdonia are far more changeable. Wales does experiences modest rainfall – so remember your umbrella!

Public Transport

Cardiff is very compact and largely pedestrianised, making it easy to get around on foot. Public Buses and trains also serve the city. Outside Cardiff, Wales is home to some of the most spectacular roads, railways and pathways in Britain.


Cafes and hotels with wireless Internet can be found throughout Wales’ major cities.


The Pound Sterling is the official currency of the United Kingdom, which is divided into 100 pence. Euros are not accepted.


Cardiff’s network of Victorian and Edwardian arcades have cemented Cardiff as one of UK’s finest shopping destinations. Outside its cities, Wales is renowned for its trendy independent stores and expert craftsmanship.

Medical information

If you become ill while visiting Wales, you are eligible for free emergency treatment in the Accident and Emergency departments found at NHS hospitals across the country.


Did you Know?

This information can be useful when traveling to Wales

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  • Wales has more castles per square mile than anywhere in the world! This has earnt Wales the title of ‘castle capital of the world’.
  • The Welsh and farming go hand in hand, and there are 4 times the amount of sheep than there are people in Wales!
  • The Llangernyw Yew is an ancient yew tree in Conwy that’s believed to be one of the oldest living organisms in the world. It’s estimated to be between 4000 – 5000 years old!
  • The Welsh are extremely proud of their native language, which is one of the oldest in Europe. It evolved from Brythonic, the main language spoken when the Romans invaded in 43AD. K, Q, V and Z are letters not seen in the Welsh language.
  • Wales’ longest established national park, Snowdonia, is home to over 1497 miles of footpaths, 9 mountain ranges and Mount Snowden, Wales’ highest mountain (3560 ft).
  • Cardiff became the capital of Wales in 1955, making it Europe’s smallest capital! Don’t worry though, good things come in small packages!
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