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Wales is a part of United Kingdom, a country that is largely mountainous, with higher peaks in the central areas and also in the north ones. Back in time it used to be an agricultural society but slowly it was transformed into an industrial nation because of the development of metallurgical and mining industries after the industrial Revolution. When it comes to sports, Wales has its own national teams, teams that participated at Rugby World Cup, FIFA World Cup and Commonwealth Games. If we talk about what you can visit if you decide to take your date on a short visit to Wales, well it can be anything but short, because you will have many options from where to choose to have dating games.
St. David's Cathedral, located in the City of St. David’s in Pembrokeshire county, is a beautiful religious architecture in the Middle Ages. St. David was a Welsh bishop of the Catholic Church in the 6th century and he was buried in the site’s original structure. For the construction they used purple-colored sandstone. Now, the Norman cathedral, which is a part of the Church of Wales, houses numerous treasures, including 800 year old bishop staffs gilded with gold, 13th-century silver chalices and also a 1620 edition of the Welsh Bible.You can go and visit Brecon Beacons National Park, its name being given after the pair of hills situated in the heart of the park. Brecon Beacons features a landscape of rocky river valleys, rolling hills, water meadows and grasslands.
In the park you can admire archeological remains like Neolithic cairns, Iron Age forts, Bronze Age standing stones, and crumbling Norman castles. The park also houses many underground caves and beautiful waterfalls, where visitors can enjoy walking behind a curtain of water and here are many single women looking for men to share this romantism with.One of the most popular places to visit in Wales is definitely Snowdonia National Park. It is situated in North Wales where a railway can take visitors to the top of Snowdo, the park's highest peak. For a drama effect you can imagine yourself how you climb those steeply wooded slopes from their peaks that have for over 900 meters. In the park you can also go and explore Neolithic burial cairns or Roman ruins that are there for the visitor to admire.
And for the last, Pembrokeshire Coast, the only coastal national park in Wales. It's one of the most visited part of Wales's, where people for all over come to see the seals and the hundred of bird species that live here. There you can go surfing along the beaches, you can go fishing, you may tall kites or even explore ancient castles from the surroundings.
STATE: United Kingdom
CALLING CODE: 0044
AIRPORTS: Cardiff International, Aberporth Airport, Swansea Airport, RAF Mona, Haverfordwest Airport, Pembrey Airport, Hawarden Airport
ATTRACTIONS: Conwy Castle, Bodnant Garden, Great Orme, St Fagans National History Museum, Welsh Mountain Zoo, Plas Mawr, Big Pit National Coal Museum, Pembroke Castle, Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, Big Pit National Coal Museum, Beaumaris Castle, Castle Coch