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Wales's landscapes are breathtaking. The Snowdonia mountains in the north offer spectacular views and hiking trails for all levels. Thrill-seekers can even go paragliding or climbing there. The lush valleys of the central part of the country are dotted with charming small villages and crystal-clear rivers, perfect for salmon fishing.
The Welsh coasts are


Things to do and see - Wales

Enter a medieval castle with 2000 years of history
Cardiff Castle
Climb the staircases of a magnificent medieval fortress
Conwy Castle
Explore the oldest national park in Wales
Eryri National Park (Snowdonia)
Marvel at the grand towers and walls of a medieval fortress
Caernarfon Castle
Immerse yourself in Welsh culture in the capital city
View Impressionist paintings and natural history and geology collections
National Museum Cardiff
Admire a medieval fortress with concentric walls, towers, and a moat
Caerphilly Castle
See three different caves and a park with life-sized dinosaur models
Brecon Beacons National Park
Visit a garden to see some of the rarest plants on the planet
National Botanic Garden of Wales
Have a glimpse into Wales' rich mining heritage in an interactive museum
Big Pit National Coal Museum

Festivals - Wales

FAQ - Wales

What is the origin of the red dragon, a symbol of Wales?
Who was Dylan Thomas, the most famous Welsh poet?

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