. Wales Attractions

Wales has a fine selection of tourist attractions to visit. We at StayResUK.com provide you detailed information about various historic and natural sites in Wales. Within a very small area you will find castles, ancient towns and villages, theatres, rare wildlife, historical steam railways and canals, wonderful walks, fabulous golf courses and fishing and shooting in plenty.
Brecon Beacons National Park

The Brecon Beacons National Park contains some of the most spectacular and distinctive upland formations in southern Britain. The Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales has sweeping mountains, lush green open-lands and moor land interlaced with its unique history, geology, flora and fauna.
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Cardiff Castle

Cardiff's city center seems an unlikely place to find a castle. The capitol of Wales is a typical city, busy, laden with traffic, shoppers searching for a good buy. Government buildings glisten in the sun. The National Museum of Wales offers impressive exhibits of Welsh history and cultural development.
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Chirk Castle

Chirk Castle is a magnificent stone 13th century quadrangular fortress and is one of the great Marcher castles. The high curtain wall is flanked by massive half round towers, with drum towers at the corners but sadly there is no trace of the original south side, that side is now a range of Tudor lodgings. Chirk Castle, occupied virtually continuously as a castle and stately home for almost 700 years, sits on a hilltop with its best views over the Ceiriog valley to the south.
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Millennium Stadium

It is currently the largest football ground in the UK with a capacity of 74,500. It will relinquish this distinction when the rebuilding of Webley Stadium in London, although Manchester, may be expanded to beyond the Millennium Stadium's capacity before then. The stadium is owned by the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU).
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Swansea Castle

Swansea Castle is now so hemmed in by modern buildings and roads that it is hard to imagine its original surroundings, or indeed its original form. It stands on a clifftop, below which the river Tawe originally flowed, and its position was strategic: it commanded the lowest crossing of the river, the main east-west route in south Wales, and a good harbor.
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Techniquest is a science discovery centre, designed to engage people of all ages in science through interactive exhibits and live demonstrations. As well as 160 hands-on exhibits, we host a unique programme of special events for families and leisure groups. This includes captivating shows in the Science Theatre, fascinating tours of the universe in the Planetarium and a chance for visitors to experiment in the Laboratory and Discovery Room.
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