Wales is a country situated within the United Kingdom, and it is a country that has a lot to offer. It is located in the south-west of Great Britain, with England to the east. It is also near the Bristol Canal and has the Irish sea in between itself and Ireland. There is certainly plenty that it has to offer for the travellers who have not yet discovered this incredible island. Wales, in particular, has some excellent spots that lend themselves to water sports and other outdoor activities. You could look at Surfing Wales or mountain climbing in Snowdonia.
Cardiff is the capital of Wales, with its medieval castles, museums, galleries, galleries, bicycles, fresh seafood, and extremely hospitable people. This is an area in the south of the city that was considered entirely degenerate until twenty years ago.
The development of industry, which had turned it into an essential part of the 20th century serving coal transport, stopped after World War II, and the area was deserted. The artificial dam, built-in 1999, and a 13km road around the bay were built to provide access to the port.
The three docks breathed new life into the area and made the British talk about the most successful renaissance in Wales and throughout the United Kingdom. The Taf and Eli rivers had created a freshwater lake, and the multicultural nature of the gulf from the years when sailors of 45 different nationalities migrated here is still evident. Today, Cardiff Bay, a favorite hangout of author Royal Dahl, has grown to such an extent that it represents an excellent center of culture, sports, and history of the country.
One of the most imposing castles in Europe, built in a beautiful area in the north of Wales, is Conwy Castle. The medieval castle was built from 1283 to 1289 and classified by Unesco as the best example of the 13th and 14th century European military architecture.
The eight towers that join the wall compose an image of unique beauty that evokes fairy tales with kings and princesses. Of course, the castle is visitable from early morning until the afternoon, and it is worth seeing it up close.
You can learn its history, which begins with Edward I. The area around the castle is one of the most beautiful in Wales, with traditional architecture and many places that will catch your eye. And if you whine as you think your house is small, then there you will change your mind as you will see… the smallest house in the world: It is three meters high and only 1.8 meters wide.
There is plenty to see in Wales, and while it makes a beautiful spring/summer destination, the winter brings snow-capped mountains and small towns with cozy log fires, which makes it such a desirable area. You should certainly look at putting this magnificent area on your bucket list for 2021 or a winter getaway in Great Britain for 2020 if you are thinking of travelling.