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Is there a train that makes the tourist or historic route of the most important places in Wales?

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    It's a small country. With a car you can stay in a central place and make day trips so moving everyday is unnecessary. We most enjoyed central and north. It's all so historical you have to pick and choose almost 9 years ago

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    If you want a train trip you must take the Ffestiniog railway. Its a small gauge mountain railway that was actually once used to work the slate mines. It's really lovely, particularly if it doesn't rain; which you'll be pretty lucky to get away with.
    Some of the best places in Wales are a bit out of the way; they need a bit of effort to get to i.e. Lundy Island (and Tenby), Three Cliffs Bay on the Gower Coast, St Davids, Port Meirion ... almost 9 years ago

    Answered by diddler via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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