If you want to explore the Welsh countryside or famous castles, then you should visit Wales. There are lots of historic buildings and natural beauty that will revive your senses. Here are some of the major tourist attractions in Wales.

Snowdonia National Park

This park has a beautiful range of hills and mountains. It has 14 peaks that are over 3,000 feet high. The highest peak is Snowdon which is 3,456 feet high. It is accessible by train, and from the peak, you can see Porthmadog, which is on the west coast.

You will hear about this place in local legends, especially those about King Arthur. It is a good hiking destination; mountain biking and horse riding are also popular here. People love the views from the summit, which extends from the coast to Bala Lake.

Brecon Beacons National Park

It is known as the hiker’s paradise. There are two Black Mountains; the one to the west is the source of the River Usk, and the one to the east is popular for wild ponies. The mountains here are more than 1,000 feet high.

You can explore the park’s waterfalls and caves. You can also visit the Big Pit National Coal Museum. You can do a lot of activities here like horse riding, mountain biking, sailing, canoeing, fishing, and camping.

Cardiff Castle and National Museum Cardiff

Cardiff Castle is one of the most photographic castles in Wales. There are untouched sections in the castle that were constructed more than 1,000 years ago.

The castle is well-preserved, and you will get a glimpse of Welsh history here. You should also visit the National Museum Cardiff to see the impressive collection of zoology, arts, botany, and archaeology.

These places are a must-visit if you go on a holiday to Wales. You can get in touch with a local tour operator to make your travel plans to visit these wonderful places.