Wales is a nation with every conceivable holiday attraction you could wish for. Even if you spent a year trying, you wouldn’t see half of its castles or dolmens. Yet for all its remarkable history, this is a country that always looks forward, embracing re-invention while maintaining its original charm.
The AA Guide to Wales gives you all you need to know to get the most out of your visit to this wonderful land. From the roar of the Millennium Stadium to the hushed delights of a Hay-on-Wye bookshop, climbing in Snowdonia to going underground at the National Pit Museum, each entry is packed with the very best sites to see, things to do, recommendations for eating and drinking, and places to explore nearby.
Local expert, Gwyneth Rees, provides an insightful commentary on local lore and legends to must-see festivals and events, giving the guide a distinct regional flavour and ensuring you will never be lost for something to do.
- the best places to visit
- trusted listings
- written by local expert Gwyneth Rees
- recommended places to eat
- recommended campsites
- clear town plans and mapping