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  1. The Wales Way to be launched at WTM 2017
      The Wales Way is a major new initiative that will encompass a family of three routes and will be launched at World Travel Market (WTM) in November 2017.   The Three principal routes and...
  2. Recognition of excellence for Welsh attractions
      The 2017 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence has been awarded to several attractions in Wales. Trip Advisor is one of the world’s largest travel website of traveller reviews and it o...
  3. Powis castle gateway in Wales reopens
      The original Grand Entrance of Powis Castle, which welcomed Queen Victoria and King George V, is now open to visitors for the first time in half a century, following a successful public appeal...
  4. A new welcome for visitors at St Fagans National Museum of History
      Visitors to St Fagans National Museum of History will be greeted at a vastly improved new entrance building and will be able to enter Gweithdy - the newest addition to the museum’s colle...
  5. A New Arrival at the Vale of Rheidol Railway
      Aberystwyth’s Vale of Rheidol Railway, who recently won an award for outstanding customer service, has announced the arrival of NG G13 Beyer Garratt locomotive No. 60 “Drakensberg...
  6. ‘The fairest abbey of all Wales’ returned to former glory through CGI technology
      Neath Abbey in South West Wales — a site that has witnessed Cistercian monks, Tudor splendour and thriving industry over its 900-year history — will share its story with visitors i...
  7. Arthur and Welsh Mythology Exhibition opens at The National Library of Wales
      The National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth announce that Cerys Matthews, 2017 Year of Legends Ambassador will officially open the Arthur and Welsh Mythology exhibition.   Cerys Matthews...
  8. Showcasing what Wales has to offer Japanese visitors
      Economy Secretary, Ken Skates, met with the Japanese Ambassador, Mr. Koji Tsuruoka, who is leading a visit of influential travel trade contacts in a bid to sell Wales as a potential holiday de...
  9. Historic locomotive steams back to Snowdon summit after 17 year break
      Cherished steam engine Loco #5 has this week returned to service with Snowdon Mountain Railway, carrying passengers to the mountain’s summit for the first time in 17 years.   Loco...
  10. New lease of life for town centre Inns
      Two traditional North Wales Inns have recently been redeveloped to bring a new lease of life for the seasons ahead.   Plas Yn Dre has been a family run business on Bala High Street for ...
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