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Beaumaris with its closely huddled houses painted in pastel shades strung along the seafront.... more

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Three valleys meet is the little village of Beddgelert, nestled in the foothills of Mount Snowdon.... more

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Betws-y-Coed, set in a narrow, densely wooded valley at the confluence of three rivers. Crowds of visitors come to admire this town, which was popularized by the Victorian painter David Cox.... more

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Blaenau Ffestiniog where terraced houses huddle together beneath the massive, gray-slate mountain to form a village. Here, in summer, you can take a bus that takes you for a visit to the nearby slate caverns. The terminus of the hard-working little Ffestiniog Narrow-Gauge Railway, whi... more

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An attractive town dominated by Caernarfon Castle.... more

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Conwy is unforgettable for its picturesque castle set on a promontory at the confluence of two rivers and for the town’s wall—over ¾ mile in length with 22 towers and 3 original gateways. On the quay is a tiny house that claims to be the smallest house in Britain.... more

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Crickhowell, a one-time stagecoach stop for coach travelers on the way to Brecon.... more

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Hay-on-Wye is full of bookstores and antique shops.... more

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Llanberis the starting point for the train journey up Snowdon.... more

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If you are inclined to have your picture taken by the sign of the town with the longest name in the world go to Llanfair, the abbreviation (that fits on signposts) for Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyndrobwylllan-tysiliogogogoch. This translates as “St. Mary’s Church by the ... more

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Llangollen has become the famous scene of the colorful extravaganza, the international Musical Eisteddfod, the contest for folk dancers, singers, orchestras, and instrumentalists. Llangollen’s 14th-century stone bridge spanning the salmon-rich River Dee is one of Wales’s S... more

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Theterminus of the hard-working little Ffestiniog Narrow-Gauge Railway, which runs to and from nearby Ffestiniog.... more

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Portmeirion looks like a little piece of Italy transported to Wales. It has a piazza, a campanile, and an eclectic mixture of cottages and buildings squeezed into a small space and surrounded by gardens full of subtropical plants and ornate pools. The village is a mass of color—... more

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