If you love to travel, why not hop on a coach and discover the best that Wales has to offer?
No matter what time of year, Wales has some of the best sights to see, from city breaks to beaches, we are sure you’ll find something you, your family or anyone else you decide to take will love!
A seaside break together creates memories that you and your family will treasure forever. That’s why we suggest you take a day trip or even stay a weekend in the north of Wales. Our coaches can drop you off at the seaside town of Llandudno.
It might come as a surprise to see on our list, but Llandudno can be a real hidden gem. It's home to all the classic seaside sweets and treats like ice creams, fresh fish and chips, old school arcade games and enough bucket and spade sets to build your own sandcastle city.
If you're planning to visit, check out the upcoming events they host at the pier, in particular, the Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza on the 4-7 May takes the town back in time with fancy dress, food stalls and a fair - all in keeping with a Victorian theme!
Wales’s north coast also has plenty of other exciting places for you to explore, like the world heritage site, Conwy.
If you are yet to visit Conwy Castle, you and the family are in for a treat as this 13th Century castle makes for a fantastic day out! This incredible medieval castle is one of the six main World Historical sights in Wales.
And while you're in the area, don’t forget to visit the quirkiest little attraction of all, the smallest house in Britain!
Aberystwyth may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of travelling to Wales, but we could not recommend this coastal market town enough.
Some of the top things we recommend if you plan on visiting are the National Library of Wales. With more than just books, the library has an amazing view of Cardigan Bay and even has a museum section where families can partake in a range of events and exhibitions.
Another highly recommended place to go in Aberystwyth is the Cliffside Railway, one of the longest funicular railways in the UK. It gives you the chance to take in the beautiful countryside hills that surround the Aberystwyth coastline. From £3.50 to £5 for the excitement of travelling on this unique tourist spot built in 1896, it's well worth both your time and money.
If you prefer a city break, Swansea is home to a host of attractions that will be sure to satisfy any keen explorer.
One of our top picks for Swansea is The National Waterfront Museum, a place to learn about the industrial and maritime heritage of Wales.
If you'd like to visit this free museum, check out their website here.
Visiting the Swansea Market is a great way to feel like a local, by exploring and tasting some of the great Wales traditional foods that you won't find back home such as Gower Salt Marsh lamb, Penclawdd cockles or even laverbread!
With all these places to visit be sure to book your coach travel in advance to get the best offers, and if you plan on taking friends or family, we even offer 25% off coach travel for groups of four, meaning you can save even more!
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