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5 days in Wales

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5 days in Wales

Hi, I live in London and I am planning a Holiday in Wales for the Bank holiday. Is it too much to cover both north and South Wales in 5 days? I've got little idea about the places that I want to visit. Appreciate if you can please help me with planning.

south:

Pembroke - I've heard this peninsula is beautiful.

North:

Conwy and Caernarfon. For castles

I've heard wales is full of natural beauty and hence I wanted to cover a bit of country side and castles. I have to use public transport to travel in Wales. Happy to take in any feedback.

Cheers.

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1. Re: 5 days in Wales

Btw, We would also like to see mines in Wales. Any suggestions here?

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2. Re: 5 days in Wales

With just five days I'd suggest sticking to one or the other. Pembroke is indeed stunning and if you enjoy walking it is absolutely great. If you want to visit another area you cold stop off and see (as a suggestion) Monmouth, which is a lovely market town with bits of the ruined castle to see:

http://www.castlewales.com/monmouth.html

You could also visit the Big Put minng museum nearby:

http://www.museumwales.ac.uk/en/bigpit/

Then you could go on to Pembroke and walk th coast, see Pembroke castle (well worth a visit) and lovely seaside towns like Tenby, too.

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