The delightful Victorian resort of Llandudno has retained its traditional seaside charm, with its wide, flat promenade, bustling pier and two blue flag beaches, it has something for everyone. Nestled between the Great and Little Orme’s there are a plethora of shops, cafés and galleries to peruse at leisure and for the more adventurous why not try taking in the view from the longest cable car in Britain, on its journey to the top of the Great Orme. For those who prefer to stay on the ground the Great Orme Tramway which has been operating since 1902, offers a more sedate way to enjoy the scenery.
The beautiful Snowdonia National Park is over 800 square miles of delightful villages and rugged mountain ranges, with a host of unique flora and fauna. The scenic village of Betws-y-Coed, nestled in the valley, has a lovely selection of shops and cafes, the Waterloo Bridge built by Thomas Telford across the River Conwy, brought trains to the village, and there is an interesting railway museum with a miniature railway on which you can enjoy trips around the grounds. Enjoy the beautiful views as we drive to Llanberis through the National Park.
Please note the Llandudno Cable Car operates from 1st April 2018 – 31st October 2018 weather permitting. The tram operates from late March until late October.