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North Wales Attractions

Let Expedia help you to experience the best that North Wales has to offer! If you’re planning a trip to North Wales we can provide you with a list of the top sightseeing attractions as well as helping you to find unmissable activities. Whether you’re travelling to North Wales with your family planning a romantic trip with your loved one

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Places of interest in North Wales

North Wales is crammed with must-see places to visit and things to do. We can help you decide where to stay in North Wales and make it a breeze to explore North Wales and the surrounding areas with our guides on where to go what to see and when to see it. No matter how long your stay it’s easy to find places of interest in North Wales to make sure that you enjoy your holiday to the fullest and don’t miss a thing. Leave the local knowledge to us and leave the hassle behind.

If you’re planning a visit to North Wales why not check out our handy guides to places of interest in the area? You can browse lists of things to do learn about the most popular attractions and get help with planning the details of your trip. Expedia makes it easy for you to check out all the top sights in North Wales.

North Wales attractions

North Wales has something for everyone so whether you’re planning to get active on a summer holiday put a spring in your step with a romantic rendezvous or pamper yourself with a leisurely winter trip you’ll find plenty of attractions in North Wales to keep you entertained. Expedia makes it easy to book your flight hotel and rental car in advance making for hassle-free travel and freeing you up to explore the sights of North Wales.

Looking for things to do in North Wales can be time-consuming but we can take the hassle out of planning your holiday. Whether you’re looking to get active in the great outdoors sample the cuisine of North Wales or catch up with the vibrant local culture our guides to North Wales attractions ensure that you’ll have a successful trip whatever the season. Happy trails!


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Hailed as the “Queen of the Welsh Resorts”, with its stunning coastline and buzzing nightlife, Llandudno offers a royal welcome to you that richly rewards. Llandudno is the largest resort in Wales. It sits comfortably between the Great and Little Ormes and boasts two wonderful sandy beaches, which is a rare treat indeed for anywhere in the British isles.

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Wales has many market towns, but you’ll be stuck to find any that compare to Conwy. The immense fortress built here by Edward I of England back in the 13th Century is probably the best-preserved medieval structure in all of Wales. Located on the North Wales coast, this medieval town is literally one of a kind.

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Dominated by its huge medieval fortress and surrounded by calm waterways, Caernarfon is one of Wales’ most picturesque towns.

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Betws –y-Coed literally means ‘the prayer house in the woods’ and this pretty village certainly offers those who seek to be surrounded by natural beauty of an almost mystical grandeur exactly what they are looking for. The village is better known as ‘the gateway to Snowdonia’ and it certainly offers a triumphant introduction to the joys to come.

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As a major seaport, the town of Holyhead in Wales draws an eclectic and ever changing mix of people to its streets. With this in mind, it’s perhaps not surprising that this remarkable little town has a vibrant energy and excellent restaurants to enjoy. And, as if that isn’t enough, it also offers some of the most astounding views over the Irish Sea.



What the town of Llangollen lacks in size, it certainly makes up for in enthusiasm. Once a centre for sheep farming and weaving, nature and wildlife still play a big part in this small Welsh town’s heritage. Llangollen’s solitary setting means it has retained much of its early magic, which is why it is now a popular spot for nature and history lovers alike.

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