Your Guide to Visiting Wales
If you are thinking of a family holiday, this is an ideal place because it has a slower pace of life. If you want to do experience their favorite specialty holiday, it is the cycling and walking holidays. IF you family want to do small sightseeing walks, then the Brecon Beacons and the Black mountains can provide you with spectacular sceneries. Whether you are a serious walker or a novice, walking through these mountains is one great family experience. View website for more info.
Book lovers will love Hay of Wye, famous for its many book shops and for hosting the International Festival of Literature, and it also has many antique markets. You can go shopping in Cardiff and of course watch some rugby games. If you want to explore caves you can find them near Brecon. Families can also visit the newly refurbished Knighton Observatory which can also be visited during the evenings. For Christmas fun, you can go to the Judges Lodgings in Presteigne where there are special activities for the guests.
Click here to know the different types of accommodation available, every family will have their choice from camp sites to luxury hotels, and depending on their preferences, these places will provide an excellent time for a family holiday no matter what time of the year you go. Spending the afternoons in antique trails, shopping and local crafts will be a wonderful experience in the neighboring towns of Hay and Leominster where holiday accommodation is abundant.
You should include a visit to Herefordshire in the Midlands county because there are a lot of wonders to see in this place too like pastoral scenes, river valleys, great castles, quaint villages, something that will give you a good exercise for your heart.
More than 200 historic gardens, a majestic 11th century Norman cathedral, a beautiful capital city, and a rare sense of quietude is what Herefordshire on the Welsh border, is all about.
With its rural landscape, a visitor's first impression would be a remote place locked in a time-wrap and hardly industrialized. Gain some more facts on this at http://www.ehow.com/list_7429583_holiday-safety-tips-workplace.html.