After greeting each other by saying “Croeso’ in the ancient Welsh tongue, our tour begins in the compact, friendly capital of Cardiff. Then as we travel through South Wales we’ll visit picturesque villages, charming old manor houses and museums which bring Wales’ cultural and commercial history to life.
As soon as we enter North Wales, expect to be awestruck by the vast and unspoiled scenery. Highlights here will include the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Conwy; the snowy peaks and dazzling lakes of Snowdonia National Park, the beautiful Llangollen Canal, a journey on one of Wales’ Great Little Trains and the timeless popular seaside town of Llandudno
Our last night is spent in Liverpool, home to the 2nd most museums and galleries in the UK. Originally home to The Fab Four, Liverpool is one of the world’s top Music Cities and home to a six-area UNESCO World Heritage Site!
• Cardiff, Wales capital city
• Big Pit National Coal Museum
• Dylan Thomas’ Boathouse
• Snowdonia National Park
• Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway
• Isle of Anglesley and 13th Century Beaumaris Castle
• Llandudno, North Wales ‘seaside’ resort
• Gwydir Castle and Conwy Castle
• Llangollen and the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
• An evening Male Choir rehearsal
• Welsh Storytelling
• Tour of Liverpool and iconic Beatles’ sites
• Port Sunlight
* Those joining our tours to Europe must be able to walk fairly long distances and climb stairs easily.