Most tourists only think of London when planning a vacation to England. But England is made up of other brilliant places like Wales and Liverpool, and everyone has their own reasons for visiting.
The relatively small size of the UK means it doesn't take much time to get around, and low-cost airlines and train systems are an efficient way to explore the wonders of this northwestern European island nation. You can also choose London sightseeing tours to make your travel enjoyable.
Discover legends and pagan settlements in Wales
Access to Wales is easier than ever thanks to global connections from Manchester and Liverpool airports. You can choose without unnecessary one-day tour in Wales and get an individual itinerary if you choose a reputable tour operator.
The tour operator handles airport transfers and transportation facilities according to the needs of your individual or group.
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Day trips to Wales usually include visits to the Pontcysyllte Drain, the 18-arched iron channel and the stone water channel that runs the Langenlean Canal across the Dee River.
This extraordinary structure took about 10 years to plan and build and was completed in 1805. If you are in Wales, you must visit the beautiful Snowdonia, which is concentrated around the shape of the glaciers and mountains of the large Snowdonia National Park.
The historic Mount Snowdon Railway in this park rises to Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales. At this height you can see Ireland.
Conway, the stunning fishing village, the very interesting and iconic Edward Castle, and the charming Elizabeth House, known as Plas Mawr, are other landmarks in Wales.
The last place on your itinerary before ending your trip to Wales is the medieval city of Chester. There are many shops in the streets of Wales where you can buy traditional Welsh souvenirs and groceries for you and your family at home.