Go behind-the-scenes of one of Britain’s most beloved rom-com TV series ‘Gavin and Stacey’, on this 3-hour sightseeing tour of Barry Island. Hop on board ‘Dave’s Coach’, the original bus seen on-screen, and explore Stacey’s hometown of Barry, stopping at key filming locations along the way. Snap a photo in Nessa’s chair in the Barry amusement arcade, pay a visit to Stacey’s house and get the inside scoop on characters like Smithy, Uncle Bryn and Gwen, as well as actors James Corden and Ruth Jones, who co-wrote the series.
There's no better way to explore South Wales than in the company of a historian, and native Welsh speaker, who is passionate about the country. This tour, which provides a deeper insight into Welsh culture than any other, takes you to neolithic sites, Roman ruins, Norman castles, and into the atmospheric valleys that have so inspired Welsh culture.
Even if you only have limited time in Wales, you can make the most of it with this guided tour that ensures you see the best of the country in just one day. Visit a Norman castle, travel through the mountains to an ancient standing stone, hike to a waterfall, and see one of Wales' most beautiful beaches.
Explore the mythology and magic of west Wales on this adventurous sightseeing tour from Cardiff. Following pickup at your hotel, spin into the Welsh countryside by private vehicle and enjoy sweeping views over the pretty scenery. Explore traditional old towns and charming villages where time stands still, discover attractions like Kidwelly Castle and the Dylan Thomas boathouse, and gain insight into local Welsh folklore.
Don’t worry about time-consuming public transit routes, as round-trip transportation is included during this half-day excursion into the Brecon Beacons National Park. Instead, arrive with ease and save your energy for the moderately-difficult hike. Then, alongside a small group capped at 6, pass by four waterfalls often overlooked by visitors in the region—ones you might not otherwise have found.
See all of Cardiff’s spectacular sights on a City Sightseeing hop-on, hop-off bus tour of the captivating Welsh capital. Relish the freedom and flexibility of this convenient sightseeing experience and disembark the distinctive double-decker bus whenever an attraction captures your attention. See cultural highlights like the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle and Techniquest and listen to informative audio commentary as you explore. Your sightseeing pass is valid for 24 hours after first use, giving you ample time to discover the city.
Explore parts of the Welsh coastline that many visitors overlook during this half-day excursion which starts in Ogmore-by-sea and includes a stop at Dunraven Bay. Alongside a small group capped at six participants, stroll along the coastal path, enjoying picturesque views and time to stop for snacks along the way, without worrying about the logistics of your arrival and departure.
Focus on Welsh culture and heritage during this tour of Snowdonia National Park, with round-trip transportation from Llandudno. You'll learn about the history of the park and the culture of the Welsh people through guided commentary and stops at places such as Conwy, Great Orme, the National Slate Museum, and several castles.
Discover traditional Welsh cuisine during this 4-hour walking tour of the Cardiff’s food scene. A local guide will lead to you some of the city’s best eateries, with tastings offered for meats, cheeses, cockles, laverbread and, of course, Welsh drinks. You can shop for ingredients at the Cardiff indoor market and meet with local food producers at various shops along the way. As you walk from bite to bite you’ll also pass through some of Cardiff’s most beautiful parks and discover Cardiff Castle and the city’s Millennium Stadium along the way.
The ‘Adventure Capital of Great Britain’ is a reputation well earned.
Snowdonia is the home of adventure in North Wales, and we have everything that the adventure seeker could want. The area is renowned around the world for it's scenery and thrilling adventure industry, which offers even more variety than before to whet your appetite and keep you excited for the next adventure.
You can take in all the natural wonders and beauty spots of the Snowdonia national park, including ancient castle visits, natural heritage sites, lakes and imposing mountains, welsh Victorian towns and villages, beautiful lakes, forestry and gardens of Snowdonia, and some of our wonderful beaches too. Snowdonia really does have an endless array of activities on offer.
Choose one of our favorite tours, or make your day full and frantic or as relaxed as you want it to be, by combining your tour with our unique custom combination days.
Instead of a traditional tour of Cardiff, try a new travel concept that’s like having a local friend to show you around. Meet up with a Lokafyer guide for a private walking tour that’s designed just for you, starting with a pre-tour consultation by phone or chat. That means personalized tips, local travel advice, and recommendations that come from actually living in Cardiff.
Explore Snowdonia National Park and it's three most famous castles—Conwy, Dolbadarn, and Caernarfon—on this single day tour from Llandudno. Round-trip transportation means that you can enjoy the scenery and relax instead of focusing on driving and directions. Learn about the park's history, flora, and fauna through guided commentary as you travel.
Explore the Brecon Beacons mountain range in South Wales on this all-day tour from Cardiff. Stop at the Big Pit National Coal Mining Museum and take an underground tour of a real coal mine. Then enjoy a lunch break at the Brecon Beacons National Park and visit the Brecon Cathedral.
The Wye Valley is a landscape of ancient ruins and spectacular scenery, but organizing transportation to explore the remote hillsides independently from Cardiff cuts into valuable sightseeing time. On this tour, begin with pickup in central Cardiff and spin into the Wye Valley with your guide at the wheel. Trace Roman history at the Caerleon Amphitheatre, explore the ruins of Raglan Castle and Tintern Abbey, and admire uninterrupted countryside views.
Float gently above the Brecon Beacons in a hot air balloon and admire the area's undulating hills from a new perspective. As you drift around the Usk Valley with a glass of Champagne in hand, you’ll enjoy impressive views during a dawn or dusk flight. Help the crew, if you wish, and make use of a transfer back to the starting point when you land. The full experience includes the balloon preparation and a safety talk.
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Explore the Gower Coast on this all-day tour from Cardiff. As the United Kingdom's first “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty,” this coastal area boasts golden stretches of sandy beaches, cliff top views, and plenty of ancient monuments and sights including the Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea Bay, Weobley Castle, and more.
Our tour takes in three of the principal castles of South Wales, beginning with a drive around Cardiff castle, a site of historical strategic importance. We then visit the enchanting ‘fairytale castle’ Castell Coch, followed by Wales’ largest castle, the imposing Caerphilly castle. The tour then continues with a drive through the mountain scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park and a chance to explore the market town of Brecon.
This tour is perfect for anyone who wants to explore some of South Wales’ finest castles, enjoy scenic mountain views and experience a historical market town.
Tintern Abbey is widely considered the jewel in the crown of the beautiful Wye Valley, and there’s no better way to reach it than on foot. On this tour, begin with pickup at your Cardiff or Newport hotel and spin into the Wye Valley by air-conditioned vehicle. Follow your guide along winding hiking trails along the banks of the River Wye, and admire uninterrupted views over historic Tintern Abbey.
Leave your map behind and summit the Brecon Beacons’ highest peak— Pen-y-Fan—with your guide to lead the way on this hiking tour. With round-trip travel from your hotel in the Brecon Beacons, Cardiff, or Newport included, follow your guide through the Welsh wilderness and gain insight into the region’s native wildlife and local history. Stop along the way for photos, and admire uninterrupted views over the beautiful scenery.
- Full driver-guided throughout tour
- Transportation in a luxury vehicle
- Enjoy a traditional pub dinner on arrival
- See all three National Parks – Pembrokeshire, Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia!
- Learn about Welsh living in St Fagans, one of the largest outdoor museums in Europe
- Travel underground to experience the life of a miner at the Big Pit
- Venture onto the Vale of Rheidol steam train to the mythical Devil’s Bridge
- Explore the Italianate village of Portmeirion, home to ‘The Prisoner’
- Stop at the town with the longest name in Europe – Llanfair- PG
- Enjoy a farewell dinner with the group on the last evening
The windswept coast, wild rivers, and jagged peaks of Snowdonia National Park lie just south of Bangor. On this private tour, explore the magnificent landscapes at your own pace, stopping to admire views of Wales’ highest mountain, Mount Snowdon; walk through glacial valleys; and visit the UNESCO-listed medieval castle of Caernarfon.
Put away thoughts of left-side driving and relax on this private day trip that embraces all the magic of northwest Wales. Traveling with your personal driver/guide, explore the rugged mountain landscapes and glacial valleys of Snowdonia, and tour 13th-century Caernarfon Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Please note tour excludes entrance fees.