Lonely Planet's Experience Wales is your guide to unforgettable experiences and local surprises. See incredible vistas from the peak of Snowdon, explore crumbling medieval castles and go pub-hopping in charming country towns - all guided by local experts with fresh perspectives. Uncover Wales' best experiences and get away from the everyday!
Inside Lonely Planet's Experience Wales:
Unique experiences to string together an unforgettable trip
Inspiring full-colour travel photography and maps throughout
Highlights and trip builders to help tailor a trip to your personal needs and interests
Fresh perspectives to surprise you with things you hadn't thought of, as well as fresh takes on the well-known sights
Insider tips help you discover hidden gems and get around like a local
Expert insights take you to the heart of the place - castles, pubs, beaches, hiking, museums, road trips, local produce
Practical info and tips on money, getting around, unique and local ways to stay, and responsible travel
Covers Cardiff, Swansea, Brecon Beacons, the Mumbles, Ceredigion, Powys, Snowdonia, Isle of Anglesey and more!
The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet's Experience Wales, our inspiring guide, filled with local tips and fresh perspectives focuses on Wales' best experiences to string together for an unforgettable trip.
Looking for a comprehensive guide that recommends both popular and offbeat experiences, and extensively covers all the country has to offer? Check out Lonely Planet's Wales guide.
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