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Chepstow - The beautiful River Wye gorge ends dramatically near Chepstow. Tintern Abbey - Most beautiful ruins overlooking the scenic R. Wye. Monmouth - Birthplace of Henry V and associations with Admiral Lord Nelson, Charles I and the Hon. C.S. Rolls. Symonds Yat - Spectacular views from Yat Rock down the Wye valley. Raglan and Abergavenny both have magnificent moated medieval castles.
Brecon has a ruined castle and two exceptional museums. Llanlleonfel. Newbridge on Wye. The beautiful Elan Valley Reservoirs. Cwmystwyth. Pontarfynach or Devil's Bridge. Vale of Rheidol Steam Railway. Aberystwyth. Llywernog Silver Lead Mine. Scenic Mountain Drive alongside Nant-y-Moch Reservoir.
Machynlleth - A handsome old market town in the Dovey Valley. The drive is spectacular to Dolgellau a mecca for hikers and anglers at the foot of Mount Snowdon. A visit to a working Welsh Gold Mine. The "Italianate" village of Portmeirion. Beddgelert - The grave of Gelert.
Caernarfon Castle. The rugged and beautiful Pass of Llanberis. A steam railway ride to the top of Mount Snowdon. Capel Curig and on to Betws-y-coed one of the most beautifully situated villages in Snowdonia. The beautiful valley of the River Dee.
Llangollen. Plas Newydd is the home of the eccentric "Ladies of Llangollen". The stunning scenery of The Horseshoe Pass. The beautiful ruins of Valle Crucis Abbey. The gentle valley of the River Ceiriog. The highest waterfall in Wales at Pistyll Rhaeadr. Powis Castle. Welshpool Steam Railway. Berriew.
Y Drenewydd or Newtown in the wooded valley of the River Severn. Hear a Welsh Male Voice Choir and take Welsh Language lessons if you so wish. The pre y village of Kerry. The former Victorian Spa town of Llandrindod Wells. Six arches of the 18th century bridge span the River Wye at Builth Wells. Near tiny, secluded Aberedw is the cave where the last native Prince of Wales Llywelyn ap Gruffydd sought refuge in 1282.
Abergavenny. Raglan. Monmouth. The scenic Wye Valley and then across the Severn Bridge into England. Finally a visit to Castle Combe, described as England's pre iest village.