As the Rugby World Cup 2019 comes to an end in Japan, our spotlight is on The Principality Stadium, not only as somewhere that hosts the most amazing sporting spectacles in particular rugby, but also as one of the most memorable conference venues in Cardiff, the capital city of Wales
If you're new to ropes and hard hats, North Wales is full of amazing scenery and friendly experts ready to help you have an unforgettable experience. With the friendly and skilled climbing instructors in North Wales, the mountains and cliffs of Snowdonia and Anglesey offer a great day out for everyone.
William Wordsworth sighed over its “steep woods, lofty cliffs and green pastoral landscape.” JMW Turner immortalised it in his paintings. Over two centuries later, the Wye Valley is still as enchanting as ever. It’s a superb choice for an active break, exploring by kayak, on horseback or on foot.
The Welsh mountains that make our landscapes so distinctive were carved out in the Ice Age, some 10,000 years ago. They’re our defence and our lifeline, a challenge and an inspiration. Their peaks, slopes and views attract mountaineers, artists and Olympic sportspeople. And they’re endlessly exciting to explore.