Dragons, Castles & Beaches
Wales is a country in southwest Great Britain known for its rugged coastline, mountainous national parks, distinctive Welsh language and Celtic culture. Cardiff, the capital, is a refined coastal city with a medieval castle with ornate Gothic Revival interiors. In the northwest, Snowdonia National Park has lakes, glacial landforms, hiking trails, mountain biking and a railway up to the peak of Mount Snowdon.. See Wales with help from Wyld Family Travel’s detailed Welsh travel guides.
Wales drives on the left-hand side of the road. Rental cars and campervans can be picked up at any major airport. The is an efficient network of buses and trains. Public transport runs in all major centres
The official currency of Wales is the Pound Sterling. The Pound comes in £5, £10, £20 and £50 banknotes. Debit and credit cards are accepted widely. We suggest using a Wise card to cut down on high international withdrawal fees
The average hotel price in Wales for a couple is £119 ($164). You can get affordable good quality accommodation from hotel chains such as Premier Inn. In Wales, there are many Van Parks along the coast where you can stay for cheaper than a hotel.
When dining out, an average meal in England should cost around £11 per person. Budget-conscious travellers should seek out pub chains such as Wetherspoons or The Greene King for good value food.
- Glamping in Snowdonia at Llechwedd Slate MountainGlamping Snowdonia National Park in Wales was amazing. The location, the facilities, the activities all made for an amazing adventure. Let’s tell you a bit more about Glamping in Snowdonia at Llechwedd. Just on the outskirts of Blaenau Ffestiniog in North Wales is the Llechwedd Slate mountain site. Once home to a prosperous slate mine … Read the full article here
- The most awesome things to do in North WalesNorth Wales attractions are waiting to be discovered. There is no shortage of things to do in North Wales during your stay. There is no shortage of places to visit in North Wales, for history lovers, adventure seekers and family holidaymakers looking for the beach. North Wales is rugged and untamed, its coastline is a … Read the full article here
- Things to do in Llandudno all year roundAs you walk onto the seaside boardwalk at Llandudno you could be forgiven for thinking you have gone back in time. You get a sense you are in a victoria era seaside resort. There is the long pier imposing itself on the Irish sea. There is the wide seaside promenade ringed with waterfront hotels. There is a … Read the full article here
- Visiting Caernarfon Castle in Wales with kidsCaernarfon Castle is the largest of any of the Edwardian North Wales castles built by King Edward in the 12th Century. Today 750 years later Caernarfon Castle still dominates the landscape of the town it is named after. Caernarfon Castle and a handful of others are UNESCO world heritage sites that fall under the title … Read the full article here