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Top 10 places for travel & vacation in Wales.

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1.Cardiff
Cardiff - is the capital and largest city of Wales. Cardiff has many famous buildings: House Pier End, Cardiff Castle, Theater and Conference Center in St. David Hall, Llandaffu Cathedral, Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral, Wales Millennium Center, St. Fagans, National History Museum.
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2.Swansea
Swansea - a coastal town and county in Wales. The coastal location and varied landscape make Swansea suitable for various outdoor activities such as swimming, sailing, water skiing, surfing, fishing, canoeing, boating and hiking. Swansea is a 50-meter Wales National Swimming Pool. Wide sandy beaches Lenglenda, Kesuella and Laymsleyda attract lovers of swimming and family fun, while the tranquil waters of the Gulf of Swansea promise excellent conditions for various water sports. Also worth a visit Oystermaut Castle, where Shakespeare's plays are set.
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3.Conwy Castle
Conwy Castle is a medieval castle located in the county of Carnarvonshire in Wales. The castle was built in 1283-1289. The patio is divided into 2 parts by a large transverse wall. In one part there was a reception hall. The castle was abandoned for a long time and slowly collapsed.
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4.Snowdonia
Snowdonia is a mountainous region and a national park in North Wales, an area of ​​2,130 km². In most of the park, the right to free movement is guaranteed. Many tourists prefer to ascend to Snowdon itself, however there are always a lot of tourists on this mountain, especially as the funicular goes to the top. In Snowdonia, there are 2,381 km of open hiking trails, 264 km of footpaths for pedestrians and riders and 74 km of other open roads. The North of Snowdonia is the only place in the UK where you can find the Snowdonia lily (Lloydia serotina, named after the Welsh naturalist Edward Lloyd who described it) and the Chrysolina cerealis beetle. Endemic to Snowdonia is the Snowdon hawk Hieracium snowdoniense. The forests of Snowdonia are of a mixed, hardwood type. The most common tree is the oak, birches, ash, mountain ash and hazel are also common. In the park are also planted coniferous trees, in particular in the forest of Gvidir near Betus-i-Koid. A number of lands formerly used for agriculture are now once again overgrown with trees.
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5.Great Orme
Great Orme - cape to the west of the city Llandudno, Conwy, north Wales. The Great Orme is a prehistoric form of the Neolithic. The highest point is 207 m near which there are artificial ski ways and trams. On the lower slopes of the Orme there is Happy Valley gardens and Haulfre garden terrace. There is also a tourist shop, lift, cafe, hotel, playgrounds, old copper mines and a large parking lot.
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6.Caernarfon Castle
Caernarfon Castle is a medieval building in Carnarvon County, Gwyneth County, Wales, United Kingdom. From the end of the XI century and up to 1283 on the site of the modern castle was a wooden castle of the Norman type. In 1986, Carnarvon was added to the UNESCO list. The castle was built in the framework of the large-scale program of Edward I to strengthen English influence in Wales, during which other castles (Bomaris, Conui, Harlech) were created, and new cities (Flint, Aberystwyth, Ridlan) were founded. The castle is an outstanding example of the military architecture of Western Europe of the 13th-14th centuries.
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7.Bodnant Garden
Bodnant Garden is a botanical garden and a 32-hectare park, located near the town of Tal-u-Cafn, in Conwy County, Wales. One of the most revered and exciting gardens in the UK, known for its collection of plants. Depending on the time of year, you can enjoy Bodnant in the following types of plants: Spring: daffodils, magnolias, camellias, rhododendrons, azaleas.let: roses, hydrangeas, herbaceous plant discounts, water lilies, clematis and summer flowering vines. Osen: maples, trees and Shrubs berries background with colorful leaves.
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8.Beaumaris Castle
Beaumaris Castle - a medieval castle, is located in the homonymous city, in the county of Anglesey in Wales. The castle is well preserved. The name of the castle translates as "Beautiful Marsh". The castle is located on the coast of the island of Anglesey and locks the eastern entrance to the Menai Strait. The castle moat around the castle, previously connected with the sea, allowed large ships to approach almost closely and unload at the gate of the castle. The second ring of walls and towers, higher and more powerful, provided good protection of this fortress.
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9.Bute Park
Bute Park is a large park in Cardiff, Wales. In the park, on the banks of the Taff River, there is a botanical garden, a flower garden, sports facilities, lawns, Cricket Club Glamorgan County. There are several sculptures in the park. There are several cafes and playgrounds.
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10.Llyn Llydaw
Llyn Llydaw - Lake east of Mount Snowdon. The lake is situated at an altitude of 436 meters (1430 feet) in the valley Cwn Dyli located to the east of Mount Snowdon (Wales peak 1085 meters). It is a small pond (45 hectares or 110 acres), deep enough for its size (58 meters or 190 feet). It is one of the most visited lakes in the United Kingdom.
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