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With it's relatively small population, it might not seem like Pembroke would stand out during a tour of Wales, but the picturesque town has plenty to offer. The town's beautiful views, a quaint charm and centuries-old buildings have drawn visitors for years, and you should make a point to make your way to this coastal gem.
Pembroke Castle is the landmark your likely to notice first. Built in 1093, this sprawling structure is among the most recognizable buildings in the United Kingdom. The castle has played an important role in the history of the country, and was the birthplaces of King Henry VII. Today, it is open to the public, where you can tour its grounds and get a sense of its place in Welsh history as well as an appreciation for its sheer size.
While Pembroke Castle is sure to attract its fair share of attention, the town has many other tourist destinations you should include during your visit. You should also make the trip to Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park, which is home to some of the most breathtaking scenery in Europe.
The national park contains a number of beautiful stretches of coast, including Broad Havent and Tenby beaches. There are also many other highlights that can be traced back to the earliest residents of Wales, including the ruins of Pentre Ifan and St. Govan's Chapel.
Visiting Wales is also a good idea because it opens up the possibility of moving to a tour of Scotland, which has plenty to offer in its own right. For instance, you'll certainly want to explore the streets of the capital city of Edinburgh, which is home to some of the oldest architecture you'll encounter in Europe.
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