Visit Llandudno

I have always loved visiting areas in the UK for short breaks; it’s amazing how visually stunning places in the UK are without even realising it. We are all to busy in our day to day lives to notice just how much enjoyment some of our coastal areas have to offer.

Llandudno is an old Victorian town, and has managed to keep a lot of its attractive Victorian architecture. Llandudno still has its Victorian award winning pier built in 1876 which stretches 1,234 feet. The pier offers entertainment, bars, cafes, souvenir shops, and a break taking view of Llandudno shore line. Next to the pier in Llandudno is The Great Orme. This offers the visitor a beautiful, smooth ride on the tram to the summit; here you can visit the Bronze Age copper mines. Also for the adrenaline seekers The Great Orme offers a dry ski slope, and a toboggan.

Along the North coastline of Llandudno, there are a number of hotels. Most of these beautiful Victorian hotels where built between 1850-1875. These hotels offer tourists comfortable Llandudno self-catering accommodation when visiting the area. Hiding between these Llandudno hotels, is the North Wales Theatre, built in 1994, and extended and renamed Venue Cymru in 2006. Here visitors can enjoy productions of Opera, Ballet, Drama, Pantomimes, Ice Shows, and Orchestral Concerts.

Llandudno is an area that everyone should visit at least once in their life time, as it will create memories that will stay with you forever.

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