Travel to Wales - Cardiff, Conwy, Hay-on-Wye, Devilï¿½s Bridge, Caernarfon Castle
Wales is one of the four constituent countries of the United Kingdom and is a wonderful tourist location. Plenty of water sports, fishing, sports activities, festivals, and an exciting nightlife are available.
Cardiff has a wealth of restaurants, parks, and medieval castles. Conwy, a walled in town, has eight massive towers each resting atop a rocky formation. Hay-on-Wye is an exciting town that enjoys numerous second-hand bookshops as well as sloping lanes.
Portmeirion is a beautiful village that dates back to 1925. It is a holiday village with no local residents. Victorian gardens showcasing exotic flora add to the exotic atmosphere.
Devil's Bridge is actually the meeting point for crossings over the intersection of two rivers, the Mynach River and the Rheidol River. Three bridges are actually stacked here, one above the other. A platform is strategically placed for viewing purposes.
Caernarfon Castle, once a remarkable stronghold used during Edward I's reign, features elaborate stained glass in its towers. A museum within the Queen's Tower showcases components used by one of the infantry regiments.
St. Govan's Chapel, tiny though it is, sits in the midst of some very unusual rock formations. It dates back as far as the 5th or 6th century.
Millennium Stadium was built specifically to host the Rugby World Cup Event in 1999. Tours through this sports complex occur on a regular basis.
- England - London, St. Paul's Cathedral, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the Old Operating Theatre Museum and Durham Castle.
- Ireland - Dublin, Cork, Kilkenny Castle and Derry.
- Italy - Rome, Milan, Florence, Coliseum, Vatican and the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
- Liechtenstein - Vaduz, Malbun Ski Resort, Triesenberg, Ski Museum and National Museum.