Located in the west of the United Kingdom, Wales covers 20,779 square kilometres and is home to just over 3 million people. It’s famed for its Welsh language and love of Rugby, has some of the most spectacular landscapes in the UK and has many castles to explore including Caernafon Castle. Popular tourist destinations include the national parks of Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons and the capital Cardiff.


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With a rich history, monumental architecture and beautiful countryside, Wales is a wonderful holiday destination, especially in the summer. The capital city of Cardiff is alive with diverse culture and things to do, like visiting museums and arts centres, eating ...

Cardiff at Christmas with #XmasCardiff

Cardiff ice rink
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UK camping more popular than ever

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(Glamping) Camping in the UK

Glamp, don’t Camp Camping is the perfect way to relax after a stretch of back breaking work. It’s the best way to break out of the monotonous, technology filled lifestyle we all live. It lets you relax, without having anything ...

Exploring Wales

what to see in wales
With mile upon mile of charming countryside to explore, Wales proves a popular lure every year for people looking a short break with a difference. Sound appealing?  Accommodation is affordable and readily available – cottages in south Wales are particularly homely ...