We took the Turkey Highlights tour and absolutely loved it. Our guides and drivers were fantastic! Kensington is the perfect way to see it.
- Sally J.
Europe's youngest Capital City, Cardiff, is the Capital City of Wales. Founded by the Romans, influenced by the Normans, Cardiff exploded onto the world map, earning the reputation of The Coal Exporting Capital of the World. Nowadays it is a lively and modern capital city, gaining popularity with tourists interested in its history and culture. Once overlooked, it is now one of the United Kingdom's tourism hotspots. Summer is by far the best time to visit, as many of the attractions are outdoors. Its population is roughly 325,000.
Enjoy time in Cardiff with day trips out to the picturesque Welsh countryside and coastline. Wales is easily accessible from London by train or by air from North America and is a compact and charming country well worth visiting!
(Cardiff, Tenby, Aberaeron, Betws-y-Coed)
Wales has a treasure trove of natural and man-made beauties - from its splendid coastline to quaint towns and villages, expansive national parks with majestic scenery, and historic castles to name but a few. Spend time discovering this fabulous corner of the United Kingdom as you are accompanied by a knowledgeable Driver-Guide on an exploration of the country's highlights.
Experience the untouched beauty of Mid and Northern Wales in the company of a knowledgeable driver-guide.
Ancient Castles, stunning coastlines, artisanal villages and walled towns are but a few of the things you will enjoy on this privately guided tour of Western Wales.
(Cardiff, Carmarthen, Conwy)
Picture this; sandy beaches, hidden coves and rocky cliffs along a coastline of nearly 100 miles. Add two National parks and a smattering of colorful villages and historical towns. Welcome to Wales!
Discover the beauty of Wales on this small group departure taking in the highlights of the country. Explore its unique Celtic heritage, delicious local food and awe-inspiring vistas. Highlights include the fascinating heritage attraction at St Fagans, Snowdonia National Park, a visit of its mining past, seeing a Welsh Male Choir practice, tasting the local ‘Welsh cakes,’ visiting castles and ancient fortresses, enjoy a steam train journey in Northern Wales, descend into a slate mine, travel through national parks and local villages.
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