Attractions from Wales

Wales

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Cardiff Castle (Cardiff)
The castle is built in the geographical and historical heart of the city. The castle, which stands as a testament to the incredible variety of history in Cardiff, includes Roman remains, Victorian excess and an eleventh century Norman keep
Millennium Stadium (Cardiff)
This architecturally refined construction (which has a seating capacity of 72,500) is built right on the edge of the river Taff, and on its Western side is approached by bridge. Rugby is the national game of Wales, and when Wales plays at home, the streets of Cardiff are teeming with good- natured supporters, especially if they happen to be playing their long standing rivals, England.
Port Eynon (Gower)
This beautiful village has a wonderful beach as well as a good youth hostel. To its west there is a stretch of angular cliff, which has on it a five-mile pathway leading all the way to Worms Head, the peninsula's most western point.
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery (Swansea)
This delightful Edwardian gallery contains the work of a collection of Welsh artists including Gwen John, her brother Augustus, Kyffin Williams and Ceri Richards. There is also a large exhibition of porcelain, for which Swansea was renowned for making at the beginning of the nineteenth century.
Amgeudddfa Ceredigion (Ceredigion museum) (Wales)
This museum has reconstructions of original cottages, dairies and a nineteenth century pharmacy as well as exhibits on the local geology and the history of weights and measures.
Snowdonia (Wales)
Snowdonia is often labelled the most dramatic and beautiful region in Wales. Of its mountains, Snowdon is the highest and is reached either by cog railway from the town of Llanberis, or by an excellent climb. Of the other mountains, the Glyders and Tryfan are particularly favoured, they are both far less busy than Snowdon and they both allow clear views of it.

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• Wales
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• London
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• Orkney
• Swansea
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