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City Sightseeing Cardiff Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"Croeso! A warm welcome awaits you on this City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off bus tour of Cardiff where you'll hear all about the development of the City and see its fine Civic buildings the new Bay area and the new Millennium Stadium.You can hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. There are 11 stops in total and the entire route takes approximately 50 minutes. The bus departs every 30 - 60 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use.""""The best way to see Cardiff! Join us for a 50-minute City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off bus tour including Cardiff Castle
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City Sightseeing Cardiff Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"Croeso! A warm welcome awaits you on this City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off bus tour of Cardiff where you'll hear all about the development of the City and see its fine Civic buildings the new Bay area and the new Millennium Stadium.You can hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. There are 11 stops in total and the entire route takes approximately 50 minutes. The bus departs every 30 - 60 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use.""""The best way to see Cardiff! Join us for a 50-minute City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off bus tour including Cardiff Castle
From GBP13.00
 
Private Shore Excusrion to Stirling Castle and Loch Lomond from Greenock
"Meet and greet at the pier 08:00-08:30 From Greenock we initially travel along the banks of the River Clyde crossing over the Kingston Bridge in central Glasgow before we reach Stirling. Stirling is a small city and passing through the medieval heart we see many fine buildings including the Church of the Holy Rude Argyll’s Lodging and the Old Town Jail. You could easily spend the whole day in Stirling but the main attraction is the visit to the mighty Stirling Castle(admission fee extra) which is Scotland’s finest medieval castle. It has stunning views from the battlements over to the National Wallace Monument which can also be visited. Next we head to Doune Castle (admission fee extra) of “Monty Python"" and ""Outlander” fame before heading into the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park at Callander. There are some real Scottish and you can sample the whisky too!! After lunch we take the simply stunning Dukes Pass road through the Trossachs
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Mini 1275 GT

My wife's sister and her husband, who were living in Cambourne, Cornwall, not only agreed to look after our two young girls, they also were kind enough to loan us their Austin Mini 1275 GT.This little...
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Ferries

There are two main ferry ports in Wales, Holyhead in the north & Fishguard in the South. Swansea also has routes to CorkStenaline, Swansea Cork Ferries and Irish Ferries are the 3 companies which ply...
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"Country Road Take Me Home".......................

The public transport is not that great outside of the larger towns in wales, so getting around by car is the best option for touring. The roads are generally good, & out of season quiet. Take Snow...
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Rheilffordd Ffestiniog Railway

The railway was established by an Act of Parliament in 1832, and is now the oldest independent railway in the world. Its origin was to transport roofing slate from the quarries in the area - the...
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Rent a car at Cardiff airport

We had lots of troubles to rent a car, as most of the rental cars companies close on weekends at the airport, strange isn’t it?Finally we could book online a economy car (Fiat punto, nice and brand...
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Flying to Cardiff, South Glamorgan?

It is an airport that is growing fast, I guess the main reason, is that BMI has made this airport the second one of its fleet.As Stace lived in Barry, I never had any problem as it is 10 minutes from...
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Rail Pass

Always try to buy a rail pass in your own country before you leave home, you can travel on unlimited rail lines for the number of days you have it. I had 15 day pass, and could use it for 15 days in 2...
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A bit of nostalgia

Jump on a steam driven train from this beautiful village to Llangollen,the surrounding countryside is absolutely breathtaking.Very photogenic,and relaxing.
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toll

If going to Wales from England across the Severn Bridge by road , be sure to have change for the tollgate handy.The fee varies according to the type of vehicle.
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Popular Cities in Wales

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Cardiff

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Bangor

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Snowdonia

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Llandudno

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Chepstow

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Tenby

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Top Hotels in Wales

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118 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, Southern Wales, United Kingdom
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10 North Parade, Llandudno, Conwy County, LL30 2LP, United Kingdom
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Deganwy Quay Deganwy Conwy, North Wales No, Deg
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Northgate Street, Stryd Pedwar A Chwech, Caernarfo
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Oxwich, Swansea, Southern Wales, SA3 1LS, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Wales

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Cardiff Castle

Undoubtedly my highlight of visiting Cardiff was exploring the castle. I was excited about visiting as my mum and sister had been previously and enjoyed it a lot. I arrived at about 10.30 am and...
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Bangor Pier - Garth Pier

Bangor Pier is the second longest in Wales and also the 9th longest in the British Isles, being 1,500 feet (or 472 metres). The name of the Pier is Garth Pier meaning point or promonotory in Welsh. It...
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Snowdon - Yr Wyddfa - Eryri

Mount Snowdon is probably Wales’s top must see place, the view from the 3,560 foot summit is not to be missed, although it is only the UK's third highest peak, its position standing alone means the...
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Castle

Chepstow is one of a number of castles in the Welsh marches: others include Raglan and Goodrich. I first visited them as a child, and always remembered Chepstow’s setting on the edge of a cliff along...
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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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Mumbles Pier

Mumbles Pier used to be a favourite place of mine to visit as a child and as a student. It had a restaurant, a helter skelter, and 2 amusement arcades including one at the end of the pier; later I...
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