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Private Guided Snowdonia and Conwy Day Trip from Conwy Valley
"On this day tour you will be chauffeured through some of the best sites and sceneries of North Wales with a private local driver guide. Travel through Snowdonia National Park which holds the highest mountain in England and Wales and enjoy Conwy one of Europe’s finest surviving medieval towns. Conwy Castle dominates the town and was Edward I’s most striking and powerful castles.Enjoy free time to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Castle as well as Plas Mawr one of the finest surviving town houses of the Elizabethan era. The town also features Britain’s smallest house which is well worth a visit!Enjoy the stunning scenery that Snowdonia has to offer during your tour and have the option of walking to or enjoy the views in a more relaxed way by taking the Snowdon Mountain Railway up! There is also the Llanberis Lake Railway which takes you along the shore of Lake Padarn.The National Slate Museum is definitely worth visit in this area also as it allows you learn more about the industry and a way of life that has become a great part of the Welsh identity. Your local driver guide will be happy to tailor the trip to your interests and requirements."""
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Private Guided Snowdonia and Conwy Day Trip from Conwy Valley
"On this day tour you will be chauffeured through some of the best sites and sceneries of North Wales with a private local driver guide. Travel through Snowdonia National Park which holds the highest mountain in England and Wales and enjoy Conwy one of Europe’s finest surviving medieval towns. Conwy Castle dominates the town and was Edward I’s most striking and powerful castles.Enjoy free time to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Castle as well as Plas Mawr one of the finest surviving town houses of the Elizabethan era. The town also features Britain’s smallest house which is well worth a visit!Enjoy the stunning scenery that Snowdonia has to offer during your tour and have the option of walking to or enjoy the views in a more relaxed way by taking the Snowdon Mountain Railway up! There is also the Llanberis Lake Railway which takes you along the shore of Lake Padarn.The National Slate Museum is definitely worth visit in this area also as it allows you learn more about the industry and a way of life that has become a great part of the Welsh identity. Your local driver guide will be happy to tailor the trip to your interests and requirements."""
From GBP500.00
 
Private Guided Snowdonia and Conwy Day Trip from Conwy Valley
"On this day tour you will be chauffeured through some of the best sites and sceneries of North Wales with a private local driver guide. Travel through Snowdonia National Park which holds the highest mountain in England and Wales and enjoy Conwy one of Europe’s finest surviving medieval towns. Conwy Castle dominates the town and was Edward I’s most striking and powerful castles.Enjoy free time to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Castle as well as Plas Mawr one of the finest surviving town houses of the Elizabethan era. The town also features Britain’s smallest house which is well worth a visit!Enjoy the stunning scenery that Snowdonia has to offer during your tour and have the option of walking to or enjoy the views in a more relaxed way by taking the Snowdon Mountain Railway up! There is also the Llanberis Lake Railway which takes you along the shore of Lake Padarn.The National Slate Museum is definitely worth visit in this area also as it allows you learn more about the industry and a way of life that has become a great part of the Welsh identity. Your local driver guide will be happy to tailor the trip to your interests and requirements."""
From GBP500.00

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Welsh Mountain Railway

The town is the northern terminus for the Welsh Mountain Railway - a narrow guage steam railway. You can take the train from there to Porthmadog (or any point along the way) through the Snowdonia...
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Coach from Caernarfon to Chester

There is one National Express coach leaving Caernarfon for Chester (and Manchester) daily. It leaves 8:35 in the morning which suited me well as that would give me the afternoon to explore Chester. I...
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To Caernarfon from Manchester

National Express have a coach from Manchester to Caernarfon, but it doesn't leave until 14:50 in the afternoon, which was too late for me.Another option is to take a train to Bangor, and there change...
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Bus from Caernarfon around northern Wales

From the tourist office I got the timetable for the local buses leaving Caernarfon, which was good to have as I was making daytrips to other places in northern Wales. Buses in Caernarfon all leave...
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Bus

Unlike many of the major towns in Wales, Caernarfon missed out on being connected to the train line. The rails simply routed through Bangor and on to Holyhead, bypassing Caernarfon altogether. The...
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Getting to Caernarfon

We visited Caernarfon one day during a long weekend in North Wales. We drove up from London, and it took us around 5 hours.We decided to drive, as having a car is the easiest way to explore Wales....
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Victor Dock, Balaclava Road, Caernarfon, LL55 1SR, United Kingdom
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2 High Street, Plas Proth Yr Aur, Caernarfon, LL55 1RN, United Kingdom
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Victoria Dock, Balaclava Road, Caernarfon, LL55 1SQ, United Kingdom
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Bangor Street,Markus Donsbach, Gwynedd, Markus Don
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Top Things to Do in Caernarfon

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Caernarfon Castle

The castle was one of the main reasons for me to visit the town. I wasn’t disappointed. Like Conwy, it was built by Edward I of England to help colonise Wales and pacify the natives. Also like...
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Town Walls

The town walls and Castle were constructed at the same time, in 1283. Opposite St Mary's Church in Church lane you can see the steps by which you could once gain access to the wall-walkway....
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Segontium Roman Fort

Segontium is a Roman fort for a Roman auxiliary force, located on the outskirts of Caernarfon. The fort was founded by Agricola in 77 or 78 AD after he had conquered the Ordovices. It was the main...
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Promenade - Harbour

Caernarfon doesn't really have a sea front, but the walk in the front of the castle, along the briny waters of the Menai Strait just about counts. The walk from the Swing Bridge to Victoria Docks is...
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Victoria Dock - Doc Fictoria

This is a lovely little revitalised harbour area with new developments such as flats, shops, bars and restaurants overlooking the picturesque dock area which houses extravagent yaghts and sailing...
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Town Centre

It is worth exploring Caernarfon picturesque streets before or after visiting the castle. Caernarfon town is located on the Menai Straits close to Snowdonia National Park makes it an ideal base for...
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Balam

"A Royal Town"
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stevezero

"Caernarfon - Fortress town"
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kelnsha

"Unesco-listed castle - Caernarfon, Wales"
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munki

"Caernarfon"
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sue_stone

"Caernarfon on a grey day"
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