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WALES

Travel guide

Don’t be fooled by its size, England’s smaller neighbour offers a wealth of adventures. Embark on a road trip and discover rich Celtic culture and stunning medieval castles perched atop of craggy cliffs, hike up stunning Mount Snowdon, or experience city live in the Welsh capital, Cardiff. 
 
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The Best Places to Visit in Wales

Cardiff
Cardiff
Spend a night or two in Cardiff and you’ll find a buzzing bar and pub scene, awesome Victorian shopping arcades, and a Roman castle on a hill overlooking the city below. During summer you’ll be able to sun yourself on the quayside, whereas winter sees rugby season fill out Principality Stadium. 
Pembrokeshire Wales
Pembrokeshire
Think of Pembrokeshire’s Coastal National Park as the UK’s very own ‘Great Ocean Road’: scattered with destitute yet gorgeous beaches, dramatic cliff formations, plenty of opportunities for water sports, and friendly villages such as Tenby you can stop the night in: the perfect recipe for an epic road trip. 
 
Portmerion
Quirky, quaint and rather quite peculiar, Portmerion was built by an eccentric, artistic millionaire throughout the 20th Century. Inspired by European villages and cities, it’s scattered with colourful cottages and all manner of bizarre and charming nooks and crannies. Throw in a huge beach and the annual Festival No. 6, one of the UK’s best music festivals, and you’re on to something unmissable!
Snowdonia Wales
Snowdonia National Park
Head north after your Pembrokeshire roadie and reach Snowdonia. This National Park is home to Wales’ highest mountain, Yr Wyddfa, more commonly known as Snowdon. The most ruggedly action-packed bit of Wales has towering mountains and a wild coastline and it’s also renowned for its fantastic foodie scene.
 

Explore Wales on one of our Adventure Tours...

Doctor Who Cardiff Castle and City Walking Tour
Enjoy a 2.5 hour guided walking tour of the 'Doctor Who' filming locations in Cardiff Castle and Cardiff city centre featured in the show since 2005.
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City Sightseeing Cardiff Hop-on Hop-off Tour
The best way to see Cardiff! Join us for a 50-minute City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off bus tour, including Cardiff Castle, Techniquest and Millennium Stadium. This is a hop-on hop-off service, which allows you to use this tour as a convenient way to access all major highlights in Cardiff..

From £13

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Snowdonia tour
Snowdonia Package
Travel through Wales and stay in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park at the Royal Victoria Hotel (3 star). Enjoy the nearby scenery by taking a 3 hour gorge tour where you will get to plunge into deep pools, squeeze through boulders and shoot down natural flumes.

4 days from £230

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Snowdonia - 3 Hour Gorge Walking Adventure
Gorge walking is fast becoming the UK's most popular adventure activity. An adrenaline fueled combination of plunging into deep pools, squeezing through boulders and shooting down natural flumes it is not hard to understand why. This all takes place against the backdrop of our stunning local gorge in Llangollen, north-east Wales.

3 hours from £59

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Check out, then check in to our best hotels in Wales...

Cardiff Big Sleep Hotel Wales
The Big Sleep Hotel, 2*
This 81 room hotel is located right in the city centre of Cardiff and is in close walking distance to the Café Quarter. Rooms include Wi-Fi, Television and air conditioning, and there's a bar to chill in when you're not exploring the city. 
 
1 night from £51
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Ibis Cardiff
Ibis Cardiff Hotel, 2*
Ibis Cardiff is a modern 2-star superior hotel offering comfortable accommodation in the heart of Cardiff. Highlights include onsite dining and an excellent location opposite Motorpoint Arena Cardiff.
 
1 night from £40
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How do I get to Wales?

Wales is the perfect add on to a UK or continental Europe trip, but also makes for a holiday in itself. Flights are available to the capital city, Cardiff, via London and Manchester airports. Both of these airports are accessible in just a couple of hours by rail or road.

Do I need a visa to visit Wales?

Wales is part of the United Kingdom and so follows the same entry requirements in terms of passports/visitor visas – Australians can stay for up to six months as tourists, and won’t need to apply for a visa in advance of arriving. For information on gaining an employment visa for Wales, speak to one of our travel experts.

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