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Welsh Coasteering Experience Review

Duncan Lane is a difficult man to please, but was so impressed with his recent experience coasteering in Wales that he took pen to paper to write this review. Every birthday and Christmas, my girlfriend moans about difficult I am to buy for. I like to try on jeans myself, I have a very distinct […]

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Bog Snorkelling

Llanwrtyd Wells has long held the title for being the smallest town in Britain, but perhaps a new accolade should be added, as it certainly deserves an award for ‘most unusual events’. The local tourist economy used to rely on the popularity of pony trekking in the area, and when that declined, a group of […]

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Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

An iconic building on the Cardiff skyline, the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff is one of the key attractions in the Welsh capital. The original national stadium for Wales lagged behind its more modern counterparts around the rest of the UK, both in terms of facilities and crowd capacity. An exciting development project, partly funded by […]

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Hay-on-Wye

Located on the Welsh side of the English/Welsh border in the county of Powys, Hay-on-Wye is a town famous for its link with books. Records show that at last count there are around 30 bookshops in the town, many stocking specialist or antique books. There are specialists in antique maps, detective fiction and horror, poetry, […]

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National Museums Wales

National Museums Wales is a national body in Wales, which has several different functions in the museum industry. The National Museums Wales website is a substantial resource for finding out more about their work. Here, you can find out details of the research projects they are carrying out, the online collections that are available to […]

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Coasteering

When it comes to coastlines, the Pembrokeshire Coast is often said to battle it out for supremacy with Cornwall, and come out on top. The National Park’s coastal area is unspoilt, rugged, and beautiful in equal measure, and the perfect place for some outdoor adventures. Preseli Venture outdoor activity centre has been open since 1988, […]

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Welsh Castles

Wales, part of the British Isles famed for its rugged coastline, mountains, National Parks, and a fair amount of built heritage as well. There are over 600 castles dotted across Wales, and although some may be in varying states of disrepair or ruin, they all attract the interest of visitors. The Welsh Government has its […]

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Climbing Snowdon

If you’re a lover of the great outdoors, then avoid Snowdonia National Park at your peril. River gorges, waterfalls, valleys, and oak, ash, and rowan strewn woodland await visitors here, and a whole host of great activities too. Whether you’re visiting Wales as a single, with your family, or in a group, you’ll find something […]

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Cardiff Nightlife

Choice is one thing that will never be a problem when you are searching for something to do on a night out in Cardiff. The Welsh capital has around 350 bars and pubs within its boundaries, which makes for a lively and varied nightlife. Visitors and locals alike can choose from live music venues playing […]

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