Cities for Vegetarian in Wales
- 1UK43 reviews
A brilliant place for shopping, and eating out, especially in the bay! It has it's own history with Cardiff castle, and has many modern notables too, such as the Millennium Stadium, and the Doctor Who tour which is filmed here.
- 2UK10 reviews
Swansea is the second largest city in South Wales. It is a pleasant city with lots of accommodation to choose from. There are plenty of shops, restaurants and nightlife to keep you entertained. It is the gateway to the Gower and is great for a weekend away.
- 3UK6 reviews
When it came time to go on May holiday from my studies at NUIG in Galway, Ireland, I decided to spend the week in the quaint, bucolic harbor village of Conwy. Having spent the last few months in the UK already, I was expecting the same slate skies, brisk weather, warming ales, and the occasional downpour. What I received was ...
- 4UK11 reviews
A fantastic place for all ages. The views from two bays, plenty of shops to get all the gifts and goods. and many Guests Houses and Hotels to sleep/stay in. Not to mention Llandudno is central to visit other parts of North Wales.
- 5UK9 reviews
Newport was built on the wealth created by the industrial revolution in the UK. Wales provided the coal and steel that powered the machines and engineering miracles that made Britain the centre of the modern world. What may be more significant is that a popular working class uprising by the Chartists against political inequality led to the death of more ...
- 6UK3 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!
- 7UK4 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 as nice that are much quieter.
- 8UK6 reviews
Absolutely stunning scenery. Green Welsh mountains under grey skies are my happy place. There are hiking paths to suit just about any fitness level, but as one of the wettest areas in Britain, be sure to bring a poncho. It's also worth meandering through towns within the park -- these are some of the most traditional in the country and ...
- 9UK2 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 shops running through the streets and the market hall itself, full of all sorts of crafts and knick knacks, and sometimes host to many antique fairs. There are also many ...
- 10UK2 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!
- 11UK4 reviews
Quite a small town, but is a fairly good place to get some canoeing or rowing fitted in.
- 12UK1 review
- 13UK3 reviews
Located on the North end of Cardigan Bay, Aberdyfi (Aberdovey) is a lovely village/town that is one of those idyllic seaside ‘escape from stress’ places. Although it's a bit of a drive (from London at least) I think you will find it worthwhile, especially if you use Aberdyfi as a base to explore the coast and hinterland. To relax, slow ...
- 14UK2 reviews
The ferry terminal and train station are pretty good, and from what I saw the town is quite nice too.
- 16UK2 reviews
Quite a nice town in the countryside, but if you were visiting, you'd be there for a meal and a nice walk, rather than some shopping.
- 17UK1 review
Beautiful tiny city in west Wales... So worth a wander around and a mooch about the castle
- 18UK1 review
An interesting town with an interesting history, the castle and historical features run throughout the town, but a little gem that I enjoy visiting is a small museum just opposite the castle entrance which brings a smile on my face every time, learning something new on every visit.
- 19UK3 reviews
Many mountains to be scaling up, with a great reward at the top of the satisfaction of completing your hike and an often gorgeous landscape to gawp at. Just be sure that you have the right gear!
- 20UK1 review