Wales

Three glorious National Parks: the mountains and lakes of Snowdonia (Great Little Trains, which take you through breathtaking scenery on a narrow gauge steam railway), the bleak moorlands of Brecon Beacons and the dramatic Pembrokeshire Coast, where picturesque resort towns dot the coastline. 

Said to be the home of King Arthur’s famed Camelot the people of Wales have a strong sense of national pride and tradition. Wales has more castles per square mile than any other country in Europe, from romantic ruins to mighty fortresses, the most famous of these castles, Caernarfon was both an impregnable fortress and a grand royal palace.