Hilly lands of Wales is located on the western peninsula of the island of Great Britain. The Cambrian Mountains rise to 3,500feet at Mt. Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales. The outstanding natural beauty attracts many visitors to Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.
Wales can be divided into three districts, South, Mid Wales and North Wales. You can add West Wale to them, too. 70% of population of Wales live in South Wales and made the area a center of politics, economy, commerce, industry and learning. Cities and towns in South Wales are closely tied to England physically, economically and culturally. Actually, Newport, Cardiff, Bridgend and Swansea are linked to London with M4 motorway , and British Rail.
The west part of South Wales has beautiful coast lines. They are known as Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. At the west end of Wales there is the smallest cathedral city in Britain named St. David's. There is another national park in South Wales, Brecon Beacons National Park. You can enjoy the panoramic view of the landscape.
Aberystwyth is a main administrative centre of coastal area of Mid Wales. It is also a university town. A narrow-gauge railway from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge is fun to ride. Welshpool is a pretty prosperous market town and a main gate to Wales. Its Monday market is quite old. The narrow-gauge Welshpool and runs eight miles througha undulating landscape to Llanfair Caereinion. Llandrindod Wells is a charming spa town of Georgian-style architecture. Small villages and towns in Mid Wales always have a friendly welcome.