(Morristown, N.J.) – Celebrating nearly 80 years as a travel industry leader, CIE Tours...Read More
Every winter, the lawn outside Cardiff’s City Hall is transformed into a large ice rink as part of the city’s “Winter Wonderland.” Children and adults alike can skate to the sounds of DJs and live bands, within view...Read More
The town of Conwy is stunningly situated by any standards. On one side it is bounded by a river estuary and the other three sides are protected by its 13th century walls. The walls are over three-quarters of a mile long, guarded...Read More
Castle was the last and largest of Edward I’s castles, begun in 1295 and never finished. The plans for its Great Hall indicate that it would have been twice its present height if it had been completed. Its ingenious and...Read More
There’s nothing like a medieval castle to exhume one’s sense of romance however deeply it may be buried beneath the mundane. And Wales, that piece of geography that bulges from British soil into the Irish Sea like a full belly,...Read More
In The Know Traveler’s own Maryl Celiz continues her search for the greatest destination in the world with the help of Wales Tourism, Alexandra Marr from the Visit Europe Media Exchange held in Los Angeles in December 06....Read More
Destination Overview: Wales, located to the west of England and separated from Ireland by the Irish Sea, is a captivating part of Britain not to be missed. For a small country Wales makes a big impression. With three National...Read More
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