Many travelers have heard of Wales, but few have visited its ruggedly beautiful coastline, ancient castles, and national parks. On this seven-day trip, you'll experience these highlights, enjoy delicious regional cuisine, and hike among the peaks of Snowdonia National Park.
Wales Tours & Itineraries
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On this comprehensive 18-day trip you'll experience the best of Wales and Southern England. Visit many delightful little towns, coastal promenades, medieval castles and churches, and many other historic sites that encapsulate many visitors' most romantic ideas of Great Britain. Get active with river-side and coastal walks, and relax in the ancient hot spring baths at Bath. This tour is the ultimate introduction to southern England and Wales, ideal for first-time visitors to the country.
Experience the best of North Wales' rugged highlands, beaches, and historic villages on this eight-day self-guided walking tour through Snowdonia National Park, the Llyn Peninsula, and Anglesey Island. Stay in heritage hotels, visit historic castles, learn about ancient battles, and climb the highest peak in Wales. Choose from a variety of walks, take the train, or go for a drive: we provide suggestions and background information, so you can tailor your Wales self-drive walking tour to suit you (and the weather)!
This exploration of Wales' history and legends take you deep into a magical country of King Arthur's legends. Explore the Fortress of Isca, hike in Brecon Beacons, and head west to discover the prehistoric landscape of the Preseli hills and the Pembrokeshire Coast. Drive north along the Cambrian coast to the rolling mountains of Snowdonia to explore King Arthur's legendary landscapes and politically rife Caernarfon Castle.
Explore local cuisine and adventure on this 5-day journey through Wales' intimate landscapes. Hike the mountain grasslands of Brecon Beacons and taste local whiskey, then visit sleepy harbor towns and ancient monasteries in Pembrokeshire. Drive along the spectacular Cambrian coast, then end your trip in the jagged mountains of Snowdonia, where mountain views and medieval castles await.
This adventurous itinerary checks off the top historical and recreational highlights in Wales. Hike through the Brecon Beacons National Park, get wet and wild coasteering along the Pembrokeshire coast, and explore ancient Roman ruins. End the trip in the north in Snowdonia, where jagged peaks, whitewater rafting, and the iconic Caernarfon Castle await.
Discover spectacular coastlines and rich culture on this 12-day self-drive journey through Wales. After catching a train from London to Cardiff, you'll get behind the wheel and make your way up the wild Welsh coast, embarking on fascinating tours and excursions. Spot seals and dolphins on a boat trip along the Gower Peninsula, walk across the famous Devil's Bridge, ascend Mount Snowdon by train, and discover local lore and legends in the walled town of Conwy.
From incredible coasts to stunning castles, this 10-day road trip begins and ends in London, England. Drive to Llangollen to see the hills along the River Dee before exploring the best of Conwy, Llandudno, and historic Great Orme. Next, take a guided adventure through Snowdonia and drive the Pembrokeshire Coast. Then, explore a few waterside towns—including Aberystwyth and Tenby—visit the Gower peninsula, and go sightseeing in the capital city of Cardiff.
Explore the best of Wales and Scotland on this 10-day adventure through nature, castles, coasts, and capital cities. Begin in Cardiff and head into the Brecon Beacons to see the stunning mountains, followed by two days exploring the Pembrokeshire Coast. Then, explore spectacular Snowdonia and the Cambrian Coast before crossing into Scotland. Next, go sightseeing in Edinburgh, tour the highlights of the Highlands, and visit the lochs and native wildlife.
This trip covers the best of Wales from the south, central, and north destinations. Begin by exploring a historic abbey before discovering the Brecon Beacons. Then, get acquainted with the fantastic castles in Central Wales. Next, tour the northern coast, ride an iconic railway, and visit a Middle Age castle before discovering the history of Conwy and ending with a toast at a craft beer experience in Chester, England.
Enjoy everything from champagne afternoon tea to a twilight spa visit on this relaxing 10-day trip from England to Wales. Begin with punting and a picnic in Oxford and tour the historical sites before embarking on two discovery trails and a horse trek in the charming Cotswolds. Then, head to Bath for a literary tour and some pampering. Next, cross into Wales to explore an ancient abbey, the mountains of Brecon Beacons, and ride the Snowdonia Mountain Railway while touring the stunning coasts and castles.
History buffs will love this weeklong tour of Wales! The itinerary takes you to Pembrokeshire and Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII, a Welshman who became the King of England in 1509. Learn about Tudor history and the complex relationship between Wales and England as you tour the region and its many castles, museums, and monuments, including those relocated to the grounds of the famed St. Fagans National Museum. There's time for outdoor adventure, too — the journey includes hiking along scenic coastal paths and the option to mountain bike or canoe in beautiful Snowdonia National Park.
Hike through the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast for a beautiful, off-the-beaten-path view of Wales, where you'll spend the first few days anchored in Fishguard. Explore the coastal town and hike to see the fantastic vistas of Dinas Island and the curved beach of Pwll Gylog. Next, trek through the volcanic landscape of Pwll Deri, and visit the port town of Goodwick before hiking around cliffs in Trefin and the coastal plateau of Whitesands. Finally, land in St Davids for a last hike to Solva and a boat trip.
If you love wild landscapes and handcrafted spirits, this 9-day tour of Wales is for you. Offering a mix of outdoor adventures and gourmet experiences, the itinerary begins in the picturesque Welsh Borders. Sample beer at a historic brewery before moving on to the medieval castles and mountain scenery of Snowdonia National Park. Dine on foraged foods and freshly caught fish and follow the rugged west coast to Pembrokeshire, a jewel by the sea. End with a scenic drive through the Brecon Beacons, toasting your venture with a visit to a whiskey distillery.
A private driver will guide you on this week-long adventure through Wales, beginning with a tour of Tintern Abbey en route to the stunning mountains of Brecon Beacons. Then, stop in the small harbor town of Tenby and tour Caldey Island. Next, spend a free day enjoying the Italian-inspired village of Portmeirion before exploring the northern coasts and castles around Conwy. The finale is a tour of Old Trafford Stadium, home to Manchester United.