For such a small country, Wales certainly has packed a lot in. No matter what your interests, Wales will be able to offer something perfect for you to do. Regardless of whether you’ve decided to explore the idyllic landscape of Pembrokeshire or tick the rugged Snowdonia National Park off your bucket list, there will be plenty of things to do in Wales.
History buffs will have no end to the places to explore or activities to enjoy with Wales boasting one of the richest and varied pasts on the British Isles. Take a step back through time with the iconic Conwy Castle in North Wales, or one of the other 600 castles for that matter. Alternatively, discover roman fortresses such as Caerleon, or investigate countless riches at St Fagan’s National History Museum.
Adrenaline junkies and fitness lovers will also have plenty to choose from. Whether it’s trying out Velocity 2, the fastest zipline in the world, abseiling down rocky cliff faces or getting up close and personal with some of Wales’ most challenging landscapes with coasteering or gorge-walking, there are countless activities to enjoy.
Of course, there’s also no end to the relaxation and tranquillity that can be experienced. Whether it’s soaking up the sun on part of the country’s 870-miles of coastline or enjoying plenty of pampering in one of the prestigious spas at one of the many hotels in Wales, it’s easy to take plenty of ‘me-time’. The cities of South Wales even have their foot firmly in the 21st century, so there are plenty of wining, dining and shopping experiences to be had.
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