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10 attractions to visit in Wales, UK
Wales is a spectacular illustration of greenery, rivers, mountains and heritage monuments. This castle land brings you some of the most enchanting attractions replete with history, royalty and unmatched natural beauty. Here are some attractions worth a visit.

1. The Brecon Beacons National Park in South Wales has strikingly landscaped mountains, waterfalls and rivers apart from the ancient churches and museums. This is a tourist attraction that is packed with desirable sights and activities.

2. The Glasfryn Park in North Wales is a sports and game lovers delight. Take a bike safari, go for some bowling sessions or try your hand at archery and fishing. Equipment is available on hire.

3. The Welsh Mountain Zoo is a must visit. Get ready to be enticed by an assortment of animals from different regions. Watch out for the endangered Snow Leopard and Sumatran Tiger and the amusing Penguin Parade. Do not forget to book a theme based adventure trail.

4. Visit the Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park and have fun with the playful dolphins, ponies, guineas, pigs, rabbits and a whole lot of other animals.

5. Take a train ride to the highest Mountain Peak in England and Wales at Snowdown Mountain Railway and bask in the glory of historical treasures of Welsh legacy from 3560 ft above sea level. Rides are not operational throughout the year, so check before visiting.

6. The largest indoor water park in Europe, the Rhyl Sun Center houses sprawling theme pools, slides and water games to keep the kids occupied. Do not miss its famed indoor surfing pool and Lagoon Pool.

7. Portmeirion Village is a picture perfect hamlet standing on a peninsula that was created by the Welsh architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis. Visit the in-houses shops, restaurants and parks or go on a long walking trail spread across 70 hectares. A beach housed within the Portmeirion is another good recreational option.

8. History lovers must visit the Caerphilly Castle Town Center in South Wales. With an expansive fortress spread over 30 acres, it is the biggest castle in Wales surrounded by lakes and artificial islands.

9. Visit the Tweedsmill Factory Outlet and buy everything from apparel and footwear to accessories and gifts at throwaway prices from this gigantic 30,000 sq ft bargain destination. The Tweedsmill Factory Outlet has something for everyone.

10. Pili Pilas Nature World is straight out of a fairy tale book with its lush green vegetation and many butterflies flying over your head. Do not forget to book a fantastic nature trail.
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Orson Johnson writes for Holiday Velvet, a website providing Wales cottages & holiday rentals & Amsterdam accommodation rentals.
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