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FROM 200.00

*per person, per day.

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We start this adventure at our meeting point and then head to the National History Museum of Wales in St. Fagans where we will discover how the houses of Wales were centuries ago, as well as farms with animals and gardens that will leave you speechless.

Now is the time to contemplate the magnificent valleys of Wales. Ideal for our first group photograph, we tell you that they are full of beautiful fields and hills that hide many secrets that we will only reveal to you when you are in that enchanting and mysterious setting.

We do not get tired of seeing dream places! So our last stop of the day is Brecon Beacons National Park. An excellent choice to spend our next 2 nights.

What does it include?

    • Nights in boutique hotels

    • Full English breakfast every day.

    • Dinners

    • Road transport

    • Qualified tourist guide.

    • Walking guided tour.

What visits are included?

What's not included?

    • Flight tickets to-from UK.
FROM
200.00

*per person, per day.

Day 1

We start our tour through amazing Wales by touring around Cardiff and learning about Wale's history, and contemplating it's magnificent valleys. After that we will head to Brecon Beacons National Park. A beautiful place where we will spend our next 2 nights.


Day 2

Today we will visit Brecon Beacons. A national park full of beautiful lakes, majestic waterfalls, caves and bordered by giant trees. Next, we go to Wye Valley. Named after Wye river. The longest river in the United Kingdom. We will enjoy beautiful meadows, and the wonderful fauna. We will also be able to know archaeological remains. Then we will return to our hotel in Brecon Beacons to recharge and rest.


Day 3

On our third day, we'll visit Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, an outstanding attraction and world heritage for its imposing centuries old architecture and the versatility of being navigable on the channel of Llangollen. After that we will take a tour of picturesque houses of the time, and take the opportunity to continue learning about Welsh architecture. Then we'll head up to Conwy, town where we'll spend the next 3 nights.


Day 4

Conwy is a place filled with dream castles, museums and picturesque villages. So today you are free to decide what to explore and plan your own route through Conwy. Don't forget to visit the castle built by King Edward I of England, which offers you excellent views from its imposing ramparts and towers. We also recommend visiting places such as the Grand Mansion or Plas Mawr, the stone house Aberconwy House, St. Mary's Church and the smallest house in Britain.


Day 5

On day 5 we will travel to Castle of Caernarfon another one of the castles that King Edward I built in order to obtain the submission of the Welsh. This castle has been declared a World Heritage Site since 1986. After that we continue our journey to the small village of Nant Gwrtheyrn located on the peninsular of Lleyn, considered as the centre of the language and Welsh heritage. Then we'll return to the hotel to rest and prepare to our next day.


Day 6

Our day 6's journey begins in Pembrokeshire, known for its exemplary coastal scenes filled with fascinating castles, theme parks and endless crafts that propel the protection of its landscapes and life. Then we move to St Davids, very popular for being Britain’s smallest city where we will visit its church, walk its streets and contemplate Alun river. We finally get ready to go to Cardiff for our last stop and hope that we will meet you again in your next destination!


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