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4 Activities to Try Out in Wales This Winter

When temperatures start to freeze, you might be thinking that it is time to lock yourself indoors and experience the long nights. However, that doesn’t have to be the case in North Wales. There is no need to hide away when winter kicks in since there are lots of activities that you can engage in.…

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7 Best North Wales Attractions for Families

North Wales teems with fun activities and attractions for little ones and young adults. With great museums, historic sites, parks, zoos and toy stores, the UK country functions as a playground for the kids and a stomping ground for teens. Plus, parents are sure to enjoy themselves along with their children.  Below is a list…

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Top 7 Attractions in Llandudno

Llandudno is one of the most famous locations in North Wales. The area is full of falls, prehistoric sites, and many natural attractions. Here are some of the tops attractions:  1. The Great Orme  The Great Orme is probably the most important attraction in the town of Llandudno. It is mostly made of limestone and…

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Winter Wonders to Enjoy in North Wales

The beautiful sceneries in most Parts of the UK are covered with snow in winter. This, however, is not true for a large part of North Wales. It is among the leading tourist destinations all year round, thanks to its beautiful scenery and clear winters.  Gardens, mountain walks, coastal paths, and wildlife are some of…

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The Best Parks to Visit in North Wales

Living in North Wales presents endless opportunity to get involved in numerous outdoor activities. For a small region, North Wales has created a good rapport as one of Britain’s most popular tourist destination. From breath-taking views of the rugged, mountainous landscapes to the magnificent seaside towns, locals and visitors can experience the welcoming, exciting and…

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The Snowdon

Mountain Biking Heaven: Why You Need To Climb The Snowdon. Standing tall at 1,085m, Snowdon is the highest Mountain in all of Wales and also happens to be the second highest point (after Scotland) in the British Isles. The mountain is the backdrop of the exceptional Snowdonia National Park and should be on the bucket…

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Music in the Valleys this Xmas

From the Lyons Holiday Park at St.Asaph, there are plenty of experiences on offer – climbing mountains (or zip- wiring off them), walks, holy wells and myths, ghostly experiences at Ruthin Gaol and Bodwyddan Castle and the ‘horrible histories’ of ‘the land between’. Occasionally, we may wish for more sedentary experiences. At this point, it…

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