- 143 reviews
Nice southern Welsh city. Provincial, but very friendly with beautiful open areas. There is a castle and some battlements and a fair bit to see. Plus the visitor's centre is...
- 210 reviews
A fairly nice city, second largest in Wales and it has everything in it to be a very lively city.
- 38 reviews
The shopping centre and city is a bit of a dump to be honest, but areas that have been renovated are quite nice now. In a few years, I'm sure...
- 48 reviews
We stayed in St George's Hotel in Llandudno for two nights. It's was fantastic and comfortable. The three course meal was very good. The staffs were very helpful and kind....
- 56 reviews
Perfect for a nice day trip if your staying a while in Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield or Birmingham.
- 63 reviews
A fairly nice town with the main feature being its castle, which must be visited, especially when the Big Cheese festival is here and that really livens up the town!
- 74 reviews
One of the best and most popular beaches in Wales and I quite like it, but it can get quite busy and there are some hidden beaches that are just...
- 85 reviews
Snowdonia, the largest of of Wales' three national parks, is popular with nature lovers and hikers of all skill levels. The jagged cliffs, scenic remnants of the Ice Age, provide...
- 92 reviews
Being my home town, I can truly say that despite being a market down, there is a lot of vibrant life and activities available throughout the year! You have the...
- 102 reviews
A nice town, with a bit of character to it and the castle is one of the main aspects to this place, which is a great castle!