Houses of Parliament, LondonFfestiniog Railway, North WalesRock of Cashel, IrelandForth Bridge, ScotlandDurham Cathedral, EnglandThe Giant's Causeway, Northern IrelandCaernarfon CastleAnne Hathaway's Cottage, EnglandFanad Lighthouse in County Donegal, IrelandStonehenge, EnglandTu Hwnt i'r Bont and Pont Fawr Bridge, Wales

Wales

A small country with a big personality, a distinct culture and an action-packed 2000 years of history.

Caernarvon_Castle_1.jpgCaernarfon Castle is one of the most picturesque in Wales

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The number of castles are testament to this - no less than 641. From defensive beginnings to Tudor banqueting and Victorian decadence, the splendour of these fortresses will touch the soul. Dozens of them are beautifully preserved and in spectacular surroundings.

Harlech Castle is one of six World Heritage Sites in Wales and sits spectacularly on the mountain side, overlooking Tremadog Bay at the edge of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. It is one of the most famous castles in Great Britain. Conwy is also a firm favourite – a true medieval marvel, perched on a rock in with Snowdonia in the background.

In fact, North Wales was recently listed at number four in Lonely Planet's Top Ten 'Best in Travel 2017' list, described as a 'stunning area with a vast array of activities on offer to keep travellers entertained'.

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Gladstone's Library in north east Wales is the ultimate stopover for bookworms! Britain's finest residential library, it was founded by the great Victorian Prime Minister William Gladstone himself and, following his death in 1898, became the national memorial to his life and work.

Powis Castle started life back in the 13th Century, with a magnificent collection of paintings, tapestries and Clive of India treasures  has become world famous for its baroque gardens, hewn out of the red sandstone in the 17th century.

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Other gardens to tempt include Aberglasney, an inspiration to poets since the 15th Century, Bodnant, which is situated above the River Conwy in North Wales and boasts fabulous views of Snowdonia National Park, and Plas Brondanw, the Arts and Crafts inspired garden designed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis of Portmeirion fame. 

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Portmeirion is an eccentric Italian style village close to Porthmadog in north west Wales. It was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1976 and is a now a must-see tourist destination. Williams-Ellis wanted to show how a naturally beautiful site could be developed without spoiling it and he hoped the village would make people to think about buildings in the landscape.

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Wales is famed for its singing and male voice choirs are still as popular today as ever. More than a quarter of the nation are able to speak Welsh, a language 4000 years old, dating back to roman times. You’ll hear this fabulous language spoken and see it on road signs throughout Wales.

Nant_Gwynant_2.png  Nant Gwynant Valley in North Wales

Why not visit Wales’s capital city, Cardiff? This is the youngest city in Europe and, no doubt you’ve guessed it, there is a castle there too - together with the acclaimed Museum of Wales which houses Wales’ national archaeology, art, geology and natural history collections and major visiting exhibitions. 

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Cader Idris (or Cadair Idris) has to rank amongst the most iconic mountains in Wales, after Snowdon, and is well worth a visit. Although only 2,930 ft (893m) high, it is very much a ‘mountain’ and the hike to Penygader i involves scrambling over rocks and boulders.

The spectacular Elan Valley in mid-Wales, pictured below, is beautiful at any time of year.

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Golf Tours

For golf lovers, we offer a choice of golf experiences at courses across Wales. The quality of links courses such as Royal St Davids in Harlech are second to none; the Celtic Manor near Newport is world famous and the sea views from Nefyn and District Golf Course in North Wales are unbeatable.

Aerial_view_of_Old_Course_and_Porth_Dinllaen_village_Nefyn_and_District_Golf_Club.jpgAerial view of Old Course and Porth Dinllaen village Nefyn and District Golf Club © Crown copyright (2014) Visit Wales

For those seeking adventure, Wales offers a wide range of adrenaline-packed activity. From surfing in Snowdonia to speed boat rides down the Menai Straits, North Wales is famous for its exhilarating activities. Exciting new adventure attraction Bounce Below, an underground trampoline park in a disused slate cavern near Blaenau Ffestiniog, was ranked number one in USA Today’s list of new travel adventures for 2016.

A day out in Snowdonia is also perfect for following in the footsteps of some of Wales's most famous people, such as Hedd Wyn, Thomas Charles and Mary Jones.

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Food and Wine Tours

For food and wine connoisseurs, we have developed a number of tours to excite the taste buds. For instance, we haves teamed up with a number of leading vineyards to create a tour which showcases the best of Welsh and English wine. And it’s not just wine – Janet Redler Travel and Tourism can organise visits to the best breweries, distilleries and cider producers, as well as tours for foodies which take in Wales’s best restaurants and cookery experiences. 

Bottle_of_wine_and_glasses_Llanerch_Vineyard.jpgLlanerch Vineyard near Hensol in the Vale of Glamorgan © Crown copyright (2014) Visit Wales

Whether it is the chance to try one of the country’s five Michelin starred restaurants, a cookery weekend in the heart of Snowdonia, a luxury wine tour offering a flavour of the exceptional wines produced in Wales these days, or a trip to a brewery, such as the award-winning Monty’s in Powys, we can create a food and drink tour to suit every palate.

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Helen Moriarty from Janet Redler Travel & Tourism recently enjoyed afternoon tea at Llangoed Hall, a luxury country house hotel in the beautiful Wye Valley of Wales.

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King Arthur's Britain

Why not step back in time and explore King Arthur's Britain? King Arthur is one of Britain’s greatest legendary figures, with his origins lost in the mists of time. The mythical king, who many think could have been a real person, is associated with numerous landmarks across Wales and other parts of Britain. Enjoy a tailor-made tour with Janet Redler Travel & Tourism discovering the sites and locations linked to Arthurian legend.

If you or your group would like to enjoy your own tailor made Welsh tour, please do contact Janet Redler Travel & Tourism today.

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