North East Wales
Throughout our Top 100 Attractions books Apps & Website, we have we think, put a lot of thought into the attractions that have been featured. The reason for that simply lies with the huge expectations that me and my team come to expect when we go on our holidays. If you were travelling abroad, there would be a good chance you are going for the sun and on that basis, wouldn’t be as focused on attractions as a main reason for picking your holiday destination. Holidaying in the UK however, because we don’t normally see the types of temperatures commonly associated with those abroad, we base our UK holidays a lot of the times on what to see and do! The reason I bring this up in this particular section of the book, is because in the Welsh borders area, we don’t have a wide array of beaches as it is a land locked region.
It is therefore a huge fact that the tourist attractions are a very important part of a visit to this locality. We have chosen a great selection of attractions for you to visit and I’m sure you will not be disappointed with them one tiny bit. Whether it’s a trip on a train, visiting a popular farm park, or just a relaxing visit to one of the many and outstanding National Trust properties within the area. There is something to literally wet all your tourist taste buds. The magic of the Welsh borders section is that even if you are staying in great places such as Roman Chester or medieval Shrewsbury, a trip across the border is one that you could and must make without a doubt and it will certainly be a trip that will help you plan your next holiday, a holiday in Wales for sure.