A testament to the outstanding natural beauty of Wales, contained within its borders are three national parks: Snowdonia, Brecon Beacons and Pembrokeshire Coast. Boasting a rugged coastline with spectacular scenery and some outstanding beaches, Rhossili Bay, for example, voted the Top beach in the UK and making the Top Ten list of best beaches in the world. Culinary delights can also be found with Michelin starred restaurants topping the menu, and you may be surprised to hear that there are more castles per square mile here, than anywhere else in the world, many in the capital, Cardiff. Ruby Union, in Wales, is considered the game of the people, and a modern architectural feature of the city is the Millennium Stadium. The hallowed turf of the national stadium of Wales hosts many international sporting events. The Millennium Centre is the nation's cultural hub, home to the national opera, orchestra and theatre.
World-class in so many ways, scenery, singing and sport, way to go Wales!