Wales is often considered the most senic part of the UK. After all, not every country has enough stunning attractions – or gall – to choose a namesake Seven Wonders, which showcase geographic and cultural attractions. Wales has two official languages, English and Welsh.
Bmibaby is the busiest domestic airline, although other low-cost budget European airlines like Thomsonfly, Excel Airways and MyTravel fly to and from the area.
Top attractions in Wales include the Welsh 3000s – Welsh mountains over 3000 meters, the well-preserved Caernarfon Castle and the UK book capital, Hay-on-Wye. For more information on Wales, check out check out BootsnAll’s Wales Travel Guide.
For cheaper tickets to Wales, consider the following:
- Fly into London, England or Bristol, England, and catch a connecting flight on one of Europe’s budget carriers.
- Travel overland via bus or train.
- Depart on midweek low-volume travel days.
Deals on Wales one-way & round-trip departures: