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Private 5-Hour Gourmet Safari in Cardiff
"Cardiff has a thriving food scene - Welsh signature foods ethnic and continental foods some locally produced markets and festivals. You will walk around the city centre and Cardiff Bay passing beautiful parks majestic Civic Centre buildings and key landmarks including Cardiff Castle the Principality Stadium  'the home of Welsh rugby'
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Private Cardiff Food and Drink Safari including Water Bus Ride to Cardiff Bay
"On this culinary walking tour in Cardiff you will learn about different kinds of cuisine from sophisticated dining to traditional pubs and street food available in Wales' beautiful capital.The menu alters dependent on the season but you may find unique Spanish/Welsh lager a range of tastings including quintessentially Welsh delicacy called laverbread seasonal specials Welsh cheeses and much more. Discover the wide variety of cafes pubs restaurants
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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

More Transportation in Wales

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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Bwana_Brown
Jan 14, 2005

The legendary A470

The only transport link that unites North and South Wales is the A470 road from the Welsh capital, Cardiff, to the north coast seaside resort of Llandudno.Its route symbolises the slow, meandering...
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aaaarrgh
Mar 04, 2005

A GREAT LITTLE RAILWAY [part one]

This review in the next few pages, is about one the many great senic small railways that grace the welsh mountians.The railway runs from Porthmadog to Blaenau Ffestiniog, through some of wales most...
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gwendar
Sep 23, 2012

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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grets
Aug 10, 2004

Ferry from Ireland

To be honest we used this method to LEAVE Wales but it obviously is a great way to get from Ireland to Wales. We departed from Fishguard and arrived in Rosslare. The trip took just over 3 hours and I...
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amandajayne81
Nov 07, 2008

To Ireland by Boat

Wales has several ferry ports for services to the Republic of Ireland in particular.An daily overnight ferry runs from Swansea Docks to Ringaskiddy, near Cork ~ useful because you can sleep on the...
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aaaarrgh
May 08, 2005
 
 
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Lack of lay-bys to enjoy the view

In such a beautiful country such as Wales, one could expect that even driving from one place to another would be sensational. As our time in Wales was limited, we had to skip some parts of the country...
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nani80
Dec 15, 2011

Cars are great but sometimes a tight fit

We had a car that we hired in London and dropped off in Fishguard. Great to have freedom to see what we wanted and when but similar complaints as in London. The price of parking was quite expensive...
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amandajayne81
Nov 07, 2008

Traffic cam locations in North Wales

Abergele InterchangeSituated on the east side of Abergele, pointed towards Bodelwydden. Britannia Bridge MainlandLooking across the Britannia Bridge towards Anglesey from the mainland.Dalar Hir...
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budapest8
Apr 22, 2006

well connected by rail and road

Travelling to Wales is not difficult. It takes about 2 and a half to 3 hours by rail or road. Getting out of London by road can be frustrating, but once on the M4 it is well-marked and...
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uglyscot
Mar 03, 2009

Driving in Wales

We rented a car for our trip, after driving a manual in Ireland, I decided to pay the extra for an automatic so there was one less thing to concentrate on, it's hard enough to remember to drive on the...
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Dabs
Aug 27, 2014

"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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freya_heaven
Aug 19, 2004

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...
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freya_heaven
Aug 19, 2004

Train from Paddington Station

One can take a train from London (Paddington Station) to Wales. The journey will take about 2 hours.A point to note when travelling by train: For safety purpose, the latch is on the outside of the...
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Deng249
Jan 12, 2008

Popular Cities in Wales

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Cardiff

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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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Church Walks, Llandudno, Conwy County, LL30 2HE, 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

The remains of a Roman wall visible inside the Visitors centre of Cardiff Castle are the earliest evidence of the site being used for human occupation. There is a short animated video showing the...
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Penrhyn Castle

Penrhyn Castle is a mighty, majestic Castle which sits on a hillside to the East of Bangor. It is owned and maintained to a very high standard by the National Trust. The Castle is 200 yards long with...
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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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Town Centre - Downtown

On my walk around Llangollen, I must say I was very surprised to see a Taxidermist, I really thought this was a dying art. We had a friend who was a taxidermist, and I loved his work, so I had to have...
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"Wonderful Wales"
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stevezero

"A Week in North Wales"
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Deus_ultima

"A beautifull country"
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"Croeso Cymru"
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"Wales"
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