While we wait for the all-clear to safely travel again, we’re still filled with wanderlust – aren’t you? You can enjoy travel to Wales with these virtual tours of Wales from your armchair – via some of our favorite interactive videos. Experience the glories of Welsh nature, active adventures, gardens, historic castles, the cityscape of Cardiff, and more with these virtual tours!!
Welsh Nature and Adventure Virtual Tours
Start by exploring Yr Wyddfa/Mount Snowdon and Snowdonia National Park. Mt. Snowdon is the mountain Sir Edmund Hillary climbed to prepare for his historic ascent of Mt. Everest.
Afterwards, enjoy some snow in Brecon Beacons National Park. Then, be charmed by other wild areas in Wales in 360•. Also, be sure to experience some of ZipWorld’s attractions. You can zip along at 100 mph on Velocity, the northern hemisphere’s fastest zipline. Or climb and zipline through a slate cavern at Caverns. Maybe you’d rather ride Fforest, the UK’s only alpine roller coaster. Perhaps try coasteering off the southwest Wales coast while remaining completely dry. Whichever experience you choose, you’ll feel like you are there.
Gardens and Green Spaces Virtual Tours
Ramble through Bodnant Garden in North Wales to get your gardener vibe on. Take a short adventure at Moel y Gwelltyn Ucha in Powys, or learn about The Laundry Garden in Denbigh. Then enjoy a wander through two gardens in Cardiff this spring. Or perhaps take a walk on the Wales Coastal Path.
Explore a 19th century engineering marvel in Llangollen, north Wales – the Pontcysyllte Aquaduct – but don’t look down!!! After that, get a birds eye view of the Menai Suspension Bridge, the first modern suspension bridge, and the first link from mainland Wales to Anglesey. Finally, enjoy a guided visit around the Italianate village of Portmerion with its pastel buildings and beautiful gardens.
Adventures in History
If castles and other historic sites intrigue you, learn about Chirk Castle. Afterward, walk around Harlech Castle, then experience the spin of an arrow’s flight. Lastly, tour Cardiff Castle. If you prefer something a little more modern, take this tour of Wales’s capital city, Cardiff. However you decide to explore, enjoy this introduction to Wales.
We hope these virtual tours help you get a taste of Wales. To continue your travel, virtually visit Wales through the wonderful and tasty traditional Welsh foods, as well as the arts– television shows, films, books, and music. And when you’re ready to book your travel to Wales, contact us – we’ll craft the trip of a lifetime!!!
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