The Pan-Wales Heritage Interpretation Plan, a Welsh Government initiative led by Cadw, aims to link stories of Welsh history and inspire visitors and local people to follow them from site to site and explore the heritage of Wales.
Cadw is working with communities, heritage partners and the tourism sector to develop fun and exciting heritage tours, trails and events.
Princes of Gwynedd will be the first strand, going live in May, linking 30 historic places across north west Wales to offer visitors the chance to discover more about this remarkable chapter of Welsh history.
It will be followed shortly by a similar initiative in west Wales, Princes of Deheubarth, and a series of other stories to will be launched later this year. A series of icons has been developed to help visitors identify the sites associated with each story.
The Pan-Wales Heritage Interpretation Plan is part of the £19million Heritage Tourism Project funded by the Welsh Government and EU Convergence Funds.
Visit www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/interpretation/interpretationplans/;jsessionid=4B783F3574290633B4E0BD906B3839F4?lang=en for more information.