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The most visited in Wales
Castles in Cardiff
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Abbeys in Chepstow
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Bays in Cardiff
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Palaces in Cardiff
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Of Cultural Interest in Caernarfon
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Unusual Places in Llangefni
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Castles in Beaumaris
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Beaches in Barry
Villages in Cowbridge
Beaches in Aberystwyth
Train Stations in Aberystwyth
Museums in Aberystwyth
Of Cultural Interest in Aberystwyth
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Villages in Penrhyndeudraeth
Beaches in Benllech
Incredible Castles
Castles in Cardiff
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Castles in Cardiff
(4)
Castles in Conwy
(2)
Castles in Beaumaris
(2)
Castles in Caernarfon
(1)
Castles in Caerphilly
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Castles in Porthmadog
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Castles in Criccieth
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Castles in Welshpool
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Castles in Bodelwyddan
Castles in Laugharne
Castles in Kidwelly
Enchanting Villages
Villages in Cowbridge
Villages in Penrhyndeudraeth
Villages in Beaumaris
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Villages in Penrhyndeudraeth
Villages in Holyhead
Villages in Llanfairpwllgwyngyll
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Villages in Llandudno
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Villages in Conwy
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Villages in Bangor Wales
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Villages in Brecon
Villages in Tenby
The Most Beautiful Beaches
Beaches in Barry
Beaches in Aberystwyth
Beaches in Benllech
Beaches in Bridgend
Beaches in Llandudno
Beaches in Newtown
Beaches in Swansea
Beaches in Aberdyfi

The top 100 attractions in Wales

Castles in Cardiff
Cardiff Castle
(10)
The Cardiff Castle is in the very center of the city in the Welsh capital. Admission is about 9 sterling pounds. It was a Norman c
Castles in Cardiff
Castell Coch
(4)
Castell Coch is a castle in the SXIX reconstructed by William Burges, the architect who designed the nearby Cardiff Castle on an e
Castles in Conwy
Conwy Castle
(2)
Wales is another area that comes highly recommended, especially if you love castles and the Arthurian legend. Supposedly, it was i
Stadiums in Cardiff
Millennium Stadium
(3)
The Millennium Stadium is the official state stadium of Wales, built close to the river and a few hundred meters from the historic
Abbeys in Chepstow
Tintern Abbey
(3)
Tintern Abbey is in South Wales, near the border with England (about 4 miles from the town of Chepstow). It was the first Welsh Ci
Bays in Cardiff
Cardiff Bay
(3)
As Cardiff is the capital of Wales, the seat of parliament is found here in Cardiff Bay. I was able to visit it and I was surprise
Palaces in Cardiff
Cardiff City Hall
(1)
The Town Hall in Cardiff is truly impressive, built of the same kind stunning white stone that was used to build the central build
Of Cultural Interest in Caernarfon
Caernarfon
(1)
Wales, that small country next to England. I couldn't see it all, but seeing the North Shore is a small wonder. The route took me
Unusual Places in Llangefni
Landscapes of Anglesey
(1)
In North Wales there's the Island Anglesey. It's one of those places where time seems to pass slowly and in which we can safely lo
Castles in Beaumaris
Beaumaris Castle
(2)
In the peaceful village of Beaumaris, North Wales lies this castle, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is famous for th
Beaches in Barry
Barry Beach
In South Wales, near the capital Cardiff, lies the small town of Barry, where you can walk along a beach which is very nice and ve
Villages in Cowbridge
Cowbridge
In the south of Wales, after passing Cardiff is this small charming town where you will find the local people friendly and hospita
Beaches in Aberystwyth
Promenade
The Welsh coast is perhaps one of the lesser known areas of Britain but it is very charming. I recommend the town of Aberystwyth,
Train Stations in Aberystwyth
Train Station
The railroad has written the history of many countries and this is no exception Wales. The country roads are narrow so a century a
Museums in Aberystwyth
Ethnographic Museum
This is an interesting site to learn traditional Welsh. The museum is situated close to the seafront and is admission free.
Of Cultural Interest in Aberystwyth
Funicular and Hill
(1)
The hills and rocky cliffs are probably the most stereotypical image that springs to mind when you think of Wales. Climb the hills
Villages in Penrhyndeudraeth
Portmeirion
In North Wales lies this spot, certainly one of the most unusual I have ever visited. It is called Porteirion, and it is a village
Beaches in Benllech
Benllench Beach
The peninsula of Anglesey, in north Wales, is famous for its white, sandy beaches and for not always having a cold sea (though not