Visitors will most likely want to take a delightful train ride through the lovely scenery of the National park and along the shores of Wale’s biggest natural lake. The Brecon Mountain Railway takes travelers along a tour of the National Park on a steam train.
Castle hunters won’t want to miss the Harlech Castle built by Edward I in the 13th century. This castle is one of the largest, most formidable castles in all of Wales. Sightseers can see panoramic views of the Snowdonia National Park as well as the ocean. Museum-goers may wish to take in the Ceredigion Museum, housed in a historic Edwardian Theater.