21 Aug Wales Travel Guide
Planning a Trip To Wales?
Imagine lush valleys and a laid-back lifestyle, Wales, located on the island of Great Britain, to the west of England, is a hidden gem to explore. It is one of the most underrated destinations compared to England and Scotland.
Having its own culture, language and its landscapes, the fiercely proud people of Wales are welcoming and eager to show off their great nation.
From buzzing, cosmopolitan cities to breathtaking mountain ranges and gorgeous coasts with quaint villages, valleys and beautiful national parks, you will be pleasantly surprised.
The best way to explore Wales would be a driving holiday, while some trains and buses go across the country, it can be much slower!
How To Get There
Bus: Buses offer greater flexibility and pricing as you travel around Wales, with routes leading to many smaller villages.
On foot: The National Walking Trails of Wales crisscross the country, leading you to otherwise inaccessible areas of spectacular natural beauty. For the hardiest hikers, trek the country’s perimeter on the Wales Coast Path.
Campervan: Take a dream holiday with Paul Camper in a campervan or motorhome!
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