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The capital city of Wales, Cardiff is a base for many of the country’s political, cultural, sporting and commercial institutions. Points of pride include the city centre’s iconic Millennium Stadium, the recently opened St David’s shopping centre, and historic Cardiff Castle. The redeveloped Bay area now houses the parliament building, Wales Millennium Centre, and BBC studios.


The Clifton Suspension Bridge, spanning the picturesque Avon Gorge, is the symbol of the city of Bristol. For almost 150 years this Grade I listed structure has attracted visitors from all over the world.

Bristol has recently been named the best city in the UK and it’s easy to see why. From bars on boats to art galleries in former toilets, there is a thriving independent spirit in the city Banksy is now a world-famous artist, whose work has sold for hundreds of thousands of pounds. But once, he was just another kid on the streets of Bristol with a can of spray paint in his hands. As a result, some of his earliest work is hidden around the city, and spotting it is an absolute must for fans of his work.

Salisbury Cathedral

Discover over 750 years of history, including Britain's tallest spire, the world's best preserved original Magna Carta 1215  and Europe's oldest working clock. Built between 1220 and 1258, Salisbury is Britain's finest 13th century Gothic Cathedral.




Millennium Stadium

Wales is lucky to have one of the best modern designed stadiums in the UK. Home of both the Welsh football and rugby teams, you have the opportunity to stop by and get familiar


Cardiff Castle

Originally built by the Romans in the 3rd Century and renovated during the Norman and Victorian eras - Cardiff Castle stands proud in the centre of the city and dominates the skyline

Day 1: Departing in the morning we travel to Bristol for a guided tour of the famous sights including the Clifton Suspension Bridge, Banksy’s street art and several important sights along the historic waterfront. In your free time you can enjoy the many museums and shops in this city of mini cities.

In the early evening we depart from Bristol,crossing the Severn Bridge before arriving at our three star hotel in Wales.

Day 2: After breakfast we take a 30 minute coach journey to Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. We enjoy a guided tour of the famous sights including the Millennium Stadium and historic Cardiff Castle. You’ll have a free afternoon to enjoy a Welsh Sunday lunch and buy some typically Welsh souvenirs. We depart in the early afternoon for our journey home.




Return travel by executive coach & Services of an experienced tour leader
1 night bed and breakfast three star hotel accommodation in Wales (en suite twin rooms)
Guided walking tour of Cardiff’s famous sights
Guided walking tour of Bristol’s famous sights
Visit the world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge
Visit Salisbury Cathedral (admission included)
See an original copy of the Magna Carta at Salisbury Cathedral
Free time for shopping in Bristol and Cardiff