16th February 2016
It comes as no surprise when you hear the words ‘Wales’ and ‘adventure’ mentioned in the same sentence due to the diversity of the Welsh countryside and coastline. However, the world is a big place, so it is incredible to read that Wales has been deemed one of the top 10 countries in the world to visit in 2016. Rough Guides released this recent article to announce the top 10 and you can read below for what they had to say about Wales.
Wales celebrates its ‘Year of Adventure’ in 2016, and there’s no better time to explore one of the finest natural playgrounds in Europe. Many still underestimate this small country, often overshadowed by its neighbours. Yet these are exciting times for Wales – the country is winning accolades for its extraordinary beauty and remarkably preserved historical sites. Culture vultures, foodies, festival junkies, adventurers, hikers and extreme sports enthusiasts will be spellbound here, be it amid the rugged peaks of Snowdonia, on the sandy beaches of the Gower Peninsula or in the quaint rural towns and villages.
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