Croeso as Wales Welcome You With Wonderful Private Custom Tours
When most people think of Wales, they think of Snowdonia, Castles, myths & legends, Kings and Rugby but it is also famous for having one of the most extended place names in the world. "Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyllllantysiliogogogoch" which roughly translates to "The church of St. Mary in the hollow of white hazel trees and rapid whirlpools by St. Tysilio's of the red cave". Croeso translates to Welcome in Welch and on fantastic private custom tours in Wales the locals will undoubtedly make you feel that way.
Wales not only has Rugby as a national sport the people are world renowned for their choral prowess. The annual Eisteddfod and Choral Festival in Wales play host to some of the worlds best choirs and opera singers.Wales has over 400 hundred Castles and numerous heritage sites waiting to be explored with magnificent mountain ranges and cultural tours that are second to none.
Welsh people are famous for their relaxed attitude but are passionate when it comes to sport, singing and their heritage. There are many local tour guides ready to take you on great adventures so visit Wales and see how the red dragon thrives.
Top 10 Things to Do in Wales
Try Custom Tours to the Welsh Eisteddfod to See Some World Famous Choirs
Llangollen hosts one of the most famous Eisteddfod's in Wales with scores of choirs, folk dancers and signers in the world attending. Many tourists flock to this region and include the 3-day festival into their private escorted tours as a highlight of the holiday to Wales. Thousands of people descend on the town, so it comes alive with many bright cultures with amazing choral talent.
The festival started in 1947 and has been going strong since with many competitions over the weekend of the festival the top draw is The Choir of the World competition which is just unbelievable to watch and will draw you back to Wales again and again.
Travel Tips for Wales
Wales is open at any time throughout the year and ready for visitors, the weather while sometimes cold in the winter time is tolerable for any City tours. Try to book your private Wales tours in advance, as the cities are busy throughout the year and tickets for many of the attractions and festivals book out very quickly. Plan ahead and have your itinerary ready as there is a lot to see and do.
Accommodation in Wales can radically vary in price depending on how close to the big cities you are staying. If you are touring in Cardiff or Swansea, there will be some larger more exclusive hotels available, but they may be expensive so try and book ahead. Many sightseeing tours may need to be pre-booked so plan well and try to see as much as possible on your Wales Tour.
Wales has an extensive public transport system with excellent rail and bus services around all the villages, towns and cities. Try to stay with your tour group as cities in Wales are busy but when your tours move out to the vast countryside, it is easy to lose your way. The currency in Wales is the British Pound, and it is the only currency accepted in many hotels, bars and shopping centres.
Springtime is a perfect time to visit Wales when the temperatures and scenery are ideal for sightseeing tours. However, the spring through to the summer is peak tourist season so hotels prices will reflect this! Always try to be prepared for the changeable weather in this region of the United Kingdom while the morning might start sunny and bright by the afternoon it could be raining and breezy.