Press Release: January 27, 2010
Sut mae, croeso i Gymru! Confused? That basically means 'Hello, welcome to Wales'.
Looking for things to do in the land of the red dragon? In a country as diverse as this, the one thing you can be sure of is that you won’t be short of options. There’s the great outdoors to explore for starters. And you can make it as active as you want.
Take it easy and discover ancient ruins or stroll alongside bubbling brooks or through rolling bucolic hills. Or feel the adrenalin rush of a downhill descent on a mountain bike or the fun of coasteering on the cliffs of Pembrokeshire. No matter what you want to do, the best of Wales is here. It’s no wonder Welsh tourism is flourishing.
And it’s a land that’s rich in culture and history too. Take a look at what’s on in Wales in the art galleries, museums and gardens; immerse yourself in the works of Dylan Thomas; treat yourself to something special in one of Wales’ unique specialist retailers, or simply pamper yourself in a spa. You’ll find so many unique things to do in Wales, you’ll find it hard to leave. And IKnow-Wales is proud to have some of the best offers and information around for Wales hotels and attractions.
A popular place to visit is, of course, Cardiff - the Capital of Wales. Within the compact city centre you'll find unique attractions, top class entertainment - and quality shopping with a difference. Innovative architecture sits alongside historic buildings, the bustle of the city centre is only a few strides from acres of peaceful parklands, and Cardiff Bay offers indoor and outdoor entertainment for everyone. You can even spend time discovering ancient castles and ruins dating back to the druids.
The calendar is always exciting, with festivals, events in music and the arts, as well as a sizzling nightlife. Whether you prefer culture and history or sports and activities, there’s always a remarkable choice of things to do in Cardiff, each and every day.
Cardiff hotels are plentiful; but with high demand throughout the entire year, your first port of call should be IKnow-Wales for all Cardiff info and special offers.
Up in North Wales, Llandudno hotels are also a popular haunt as visitors flock to this traditional, quaint seaside town. It’s no mean feat listing all the things there are to do in Wales’ largest seaside resort. Fancy stretching your legs on the longest pier in Wales? A ride on Britain’s only cable hauled tramway? How about a picnic on a Blue Flag beach? You can also check out the views from Britain’s longest passenger cable car, or head for the slopes and try sno-tubing. Just make sure you leave time for mooching around the shops, exploring the Bronze Age copper mine and a night at the theatre. And don't forget the stunning Conwy Castle!
The Iknow-Wales.co.uk website is part of a larger online consultancy company called iknow-uk.com. The firm specialise in rental accommodation, providing a platform for people to advertise their properties to rent across the UK. The company’s main internet advertising websites are iknow-yorkshire.co.uk, iknow-northwest.co.uk, iknow-lakedistrict.co.uk, iknow-devon.co.uk, iknow-cornwall.co.uk and iknow-wales.co.uk. The online marketing site is keen to expand their sites, adding iknow-scotland.co.uk, iknow-somerset.co.uk, iknow-dorset.co.uk and iknow-kent.co.uk to their site in the last 12 months.
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