North Wales Attractions
Snowdonia National Park – Covering 823 square miles of diverse landscape, Wales largest National Park. Home to Wales & England’s highest mountain Mount Snowdon. Stepped in culture and history, Snowdonia National Park as a wealth of picturesque villages including Betws-y-Coed & Beddgelert.
Caernarfon – With the Mighty Caernarfon Castle also built by Edward I in 13th Century. The castle also houses the Regimental Museum of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, Wales’s oldest regiment.
Offering both private & group sightseeing tours throughout North Wales. Tour guide Alwyn can tailor tours to your need to include Castles, scenic landscapes, heritage and much more. Bringing you closer to the local people and culture, creating a truly authentic experience for it’s guests. Their sightseeing day tours have been carefully planned to enable visitors to see a lot more in a shorter time, whilst ensuring you receive a true flavour of North Wales. Venturing down country roads to sleepy villages and farms and discover hidden gems. You will have the opportunity to sample traditional Welsh foods and chat with the locals, even learn some Welsh when we interpret the meaning of Welsh place names during your travels.
Relax and let your friendly knowledgeable driver/guide make this a day to remember.
For information & bookings, please contact Alwyn at visit: Celticos
Specialising in private & small group tours of North Wales. Tour Guide John will give you a memorable experience of your visit to North Wales. In his spacious 6 seater Ford Tourneo Custom venturing through the stunning North Wales scenery taking in the fascinating history & wonderful heritage of this beautiful region.
Foe more information & bookings, contact John at Boutique Tours