Wales Romantic Travel Index


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Marriage regulations in Wales

In-Depth Romantic Travel Articles

Walking Wales, Hand-in-Hand by Paris Permenter and John Bigley Hand-in-hand you stroll the countryside, hiking ancient rights of way, visiting historic castles, or enjoying the Wales countryside. If the two of you are looking for a romantic way to see the smallest country in Britain, the answer may be just a step away.

Walking the Walls of History by Eleanor S. Morris Great Britain has but three walled cities left from olden times, but that’s more than most places can claim. So it’s with a wonderful sense of history that you walk the walls of the cities of York and Chester in England, Conwy in North Wales. All three Northern Britain towns are easily reached from Manchester via BritRail or rental car.

A Passion for the Printed Word (Hay-on-Wye, Wales) by Eleanor S. Morris On the border between England and Wales there’s a small town with a very large claim to fame. Tucked between the Black Mountains of Wales and the Wye River, the town of Hay-on-Wye boasts that it is the book capital of the world.

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