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Escorted tours of WalesWales is known not only as former home to Sir Anthony Hopkins, Richard Burton, Catherine Zeta Jones, Laura Ashley and Tom Jones, but it has inspired the poet Dylan Thomas and other literary figures. Wales is the site for the Dr. Who Experience. Wales is the friendly, green, hilly bit on the western side of Britain.
What makes a good tour of Wales?
- "Great Little Trains of Wales," narrow-gauge steam through gorgeous countryside
- Folklore - charming love-spoons, traditional gifts carved by young men for their sweethearts
-More castles per square mile than anywhere else in Europe - Caernarfon, Caerphilly, Conwy, to name a few
-Scenic beauty of the Welsh National Parks – Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons
-Unique locations like Portmeirion – or the beautiful gardens of Bodnant
-Hear a male Welsh choir practice.
-Industrial Wales - coal mines, slate caverns, ironworks and more.

Day tour to CardiffRAIL TOUR TO CARDIFF - - Take the train from city-center London Paddington to Cardiff Central in just over 2 hours hours. Once there, join a hop on hop off city sightseeing tour (April-Oct only), followed by a return train trip to London . Please arrive at Paddington station at 07:30am where you will meet our representative who will be standing by the ticket desk and then take your 08:15am train to Cardiff Central arriving at 10:22am.The Capital of Wales - home to the Millenium Stadium, Welsh National Museum and Cardiff Castle. The dynamic waterfront developments in Cardiff Bay has many exiting places to explore, such as the Wales Millenium Centre with its year round program of world-class performances. Did you know that the National Museum & Gallery has the largest collection of Impressionist art outside of Paris? Your train departs at 5:55pm, arriving at London Paddington Station at 8:07pm.

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Easy Day Trip to Cardiff - Standard Class 120 188 107 Mon to Thur Return train tickets to Cardiff with reserved seats - Open top sightseeing bus tour - Entrance to Cardiff Castle - Time for shopping
Easy Day Trip to Cardiff - First Class 125 286 199 Mon to Thur Return train tickets to Cardiff with reserved seats - Open top sightseeing bus tour - Entrance to Cardiff Castle - Time for shopping
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Day Tours
Hop on Hop Off Tour: The best way to see Cardiff! Join us for a 50 minute guided open top bus trip. The tour includes Cardiff Castle, Techniquest and Millennium Stadium. This is a 'Hop-on, Hop-off' service, which allows you to use this tour as a convenient way to access all major highlights in Cardiff, where you'll hear all about the development of the City and see its fine Civic buildings, the new Bay area and the new Millennium Stadium. You can hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. There are 11 stops in total, and the entire route takes approximately 50 minutes. The bus departs every 30 - 60 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use. Tour starts at Cardiff Castle, however you may board the bus at any one of the 11 stops around the city Bus Stops Include: Castle St Gorsedd Gardens Rd Queen St Hayesbridge Rd NCM Roald Dahl Place Mermaid Quay Techniquest St David's Hotel and Spa Craft in the Bay St Mary St Millennium Stadium
Hop on hop off tour
Adult 19
Child 11
Senior/Student 15

Dr Who Experience from London: Depart London's Paddington station by train, arriving 2 hours later in Cardiff Central. Visit the Doctor Who Experience, and return by train from Cardiff to London. operates daily except Monday-Tuesday. $200 USD per person. Noite: unescorted: 15 minute bus or taxi from Cardiff station to Dr Who not included in the price.


Adult $125; Child 5-16 $85 (does not include entrance fees)

Sightseeing tour of the Brecon Beacons National Park, visiting the Central region of the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains to the east.  Lunch stop at Brecon town.  Starting first with a photo stop and exterior tour of Castell Coch, a medieval castle and the former hunting lodge of the Marquis of Bute, followed by a journey  through ancient woodland to the Mountain Road to enter the town of Caerphilly. At the town enjoy a guided tour at Wales' largest castle (film location for Dr Who) and a tower that out leans Pisa.


Wye Valley Your tour travels east to Wales' only land border starting with Caerleon town where historians say the extent of Roman remains in the town is impressive: Amphitheatre, Roman Baths and Roman Museum.  Enjoy scenic Welsh countryside from rolling lush hills to green valleys, quaint villages, farms and livestock. The Wye Valley, awarded an Area of Outstanding National Beauty offering the most  perfect setting for Tintern Abbey and Chepstow Castle, film location for the 50th anniversary of Dr Who.  At Chepstow take an optional short walk across the Regency Cast Iron bridge to visit England on the opposite side. 


Travels west to Swansea, Wales's second largest city to visit the marina and the National Waterfront Museum. Views of Swansea Bay vast expanse of golden sands, and Mumbles village with Victorian Pier and lighthouse.  The Gower Peninsular has an abundance of beaches and coves, and the tour explores the south region first starting at Langland Bay.  Take a coastal walk to the next bay (Caswell) or if you prefer to relax at Langland and return to your mini-coach to travel to Caswell.  Rhossili  Bay is located on the southern point of the Peninsula stunning beach with long stretches of golden sand, a wonderful coastal path, and Worms Head, a stone causeway shaped like a large sea-serpent.  Lunch stop and free time.  Mid afternoon visit the north region of the Peninsula stop at Cefn Bryn with expanses of moorland and the magically Arthur's Stone. 

Speak some Welsh:
River : afon
Wood : coed
Church : llan
Pass : bwlch
Valley : cwm
Small : bach

Welsh Cheese Escorted Tours from Cardiff. Relaxed pace; stay at one hotel for your whole stay - no packing up and moving on. Departs mornings from city center Cardiff. Returns to Cardiff late afternoon. Train transportation from London available at added cost.

  • Sightseeing by luxury coach throughout- air-conditioning,
  • All tours leave from the center of Cardiff.
  • Services of a professional driver/guide
  • Accommodation with private bath
  • Full breakfast daily (B)
  • All dinners (D)
  • All local taxes, hotel service charges & porterage for one suitcase per person
    Sightseeing admission fees are at added cost.
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{short description of image}Snowdonia 5 Day Escorted Tour

Snowdonia is one of the eleven National Parks of England & Wales, and is the second largest after the Lake District. An area of outstanding natural beauty, Snowdonia offers such diverse landscapes from the highest mountain ranges, tranquil lakes, fast flowing rivers and a wealth of forest trails to miles of golden sandy beaches on the Lleyn Peninsula.


The Celtic Royal Hotel * * *

Central level location • En-suite bedroom • Television • Tea, coffee-making facilities • Hairdryer • Telephone • Lift to all floors • Restaurant • Bar • Indoor swimming pool •Gym • Sauna • Steam room.

Day 1

South Wales to Caernarfon

Day 2

We board the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway for a 25 mile scenic journey starting from beneath Caernarfon’s castle walls climbing from sea level to over 650ft on the foothills of Snowdon, before zig-zagging dramatically down the steep hillside to reach Beddgelert, nestling in the heart of the National Park, then through the magnificent Aberglaslyn Pass on to Porthmadog, surely one of the best ways to experience the beauty of the Snowdonia National Park is to relax in a comfortable narrow gauge carriage. We continue to Portmeirion built by Clough Williams-Ellis between the years 1925 to 1973 on his own private peninsula on the coast of Snowdonia.

Day 3

A half day tour travelling over the Menai Straits to Anglesey where we visit Llanfair.PG and Beaumaris, famous for its castle built by Edward I after his defeat of the Welsh princes.

Day 4

We travel to the world-famous Bodnant garden noted for its botanical collections. Marvel at plants from all over the world grown from seed and cuttings collected over a century ago on plant-hunting expeditions. Created by five generations of one family, the garden is superbly located, with spectacular views across Snowdonia. With expansive lawns and intimate corners, grand ponds and impressive terraces, a steep wooded valley and stream, as well as awe-inspiring plant collections, there are continually changing glorious displays of colour. Due to the garden being located on a hillside some of the compacted gravel paths have steep slopes and steps to terraces. We continue to Llandudno; one of Britain’s finest Victorian seaside resorts bringing together a lively mix of fun and entertainment. Its long crescent promenade, wide shopping streets, a perfect destination whether you’re riding the famous tramway or taking tea in the award winning tearoom at the Victoria shopping centre.

Day 5

Return to South Wales

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  • Executive coach travel

  • Dinner, bed and full Welsh breakfast

  • Excursions as described in the itinerary

  • Porterage

  • Entry to Bodnant Garden

  • Entry to Portmeirion

  • Single journey on the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway

Entry fees not included unless otherwise stated

5 days/4nights Snowdonia 5 day
departs returns USD per person Twin
31-Aug 4-Sep 955
14-Sep 18-Sep 955
28-Sep 2-Oct 955
12 Oct  16-Oct 902
Single supplement $191 total stay

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 Population: Almost three million people. Ratio of sheep to people: 4:1.
Departures: All tours depart Cardiff in the AM on day 1. We can book a city center Cardiff hotel for you for the night before departure, at added charge.
Returns: All tours return to Cardiff late in the afternoon on the last day of the tour, too late for a departing flight back home. An additional night in Cardiff may be booked at extra charge.

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 The literal translation of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch
- St Marys Church in the hollow of the white hazel near to the rapid whirlpool of Llantysilio of the red cave.

Cardigan Bay

Discover beautiful beaches, miles of tranquil, unspoilt coastline with secluded sandy coves and rugged towering cliffs, charming towns and villages and the breathtaking scenery of the deeply wooded Teifi Valley. Cardigan Bay is well known for its cliff-top walking and wildlife watching. The warm waters of the Gulf Stream bring regular visits from dolphins, porpoise and seals along with a myriad of birdlife - a wildlife paradise!

Day 1

We begin the holiday travelling to Carmarthen for some free time before enjoying a return journey on the Gwili railway before completing the journey to Cardigan.

Day 2

A leisurely day visiting the village of Cenarth with its spectacular falls and National Coracle Centre. We continue to the Dolaucothi Gold mines where we have arranged a guided tour of the unique underground mine workings taking you back in time to experience the conditions of the Roman, Victorian and 1930’s. See and hear the 1930’s mine and its machinery, have a go at gold panning and take the opportunity to experience the frustrations of searching for real gold. The tour does encounter some steep slopes and strong footwear is recommended.

Day 3

After a leisurely breakfast we travel to the Cathedral city of St David’s, built upon the site of a 6th century monastery, the Cathedral has been a site of pilgrimage and worship for many hundreds of years. We take the coastal road travelling via Solva and Newgale to Haverfordwest returning to Cardigan by way of the Preselli mountains.

Day 4

This morning we travel to Newquay with its picturesque houses, pubs and restaurants clinging to the sides of the hills rising above the blue waters of Cardigan Bay. We then continue to Aberaeron, Ceredigion's Georgian Jewel of a town. The town really took off in 1807 when the Reverend Alban Thomas Jones Gwynne obtained a private Act of Parliament to build a harbour. Today this picturesque port is a favourite with visitors from far and near.

Day 5

We return home via Saundersfoot, Pendine and Laugharne.

Cliff Hotel Gwbert * * *

Spectacular setting overlooking Cardigan Bay • En-suite bedrooms • Satellite television • Telephone • Tea, coffee-making facilities • Some with sea view • Restaurant • Bar • Lift • Gym • Heated Indoor Hydro Spa • Sauna • Jacuzzi • Steam Room • Individual Treatment Rooms • Manicure and Pedicure station.

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Cardigan Bay
5 days/4 nights per person twin
departs returns usd
31-Aug 4-Sep 875
12-Oct 16-Oct 795
Single supplement 112 total

Wales Travel 

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