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City Sightseeing Llandudno Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
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City Sightseeing Llandudno Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

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Step aboard an open-top, double-decker bus for a thrilling ride around Llandudno, Wales’ biggest seaside resort, with these hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tickets. Your pass is valid for 24 hours so you can enjoy a full day of sightseeing, jumping off to browse the shops of Mostyn Broadway, stroll down Llandudno Pier or enjoy the views of Conwy Castle and Great Orme. The on-board recorded commentary ensures you won’t miss anything and once you’ve had enough of sightseeing, you can jump off on the West Shore and head to the beach.
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Alysha wrote a review Nov 2020
Ebbw Vale, United Kingdom37 contributions2 helpful votes
Absolute must to attempt walking up Snowdon you will not regret it if you make it to the top. If you are new to walking take the Llanberis path which is still tough, challenging but doable by most people. Snowdon is a beast and you will feel an amazing sense of achievement and euphoria once you make it to the top!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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rhianyn wrote a review Nov 2020
Caerphilly County, United Kingdom67 contributions31 helpful votes
We took the llanberis path for our first time walking Snowdon as we have terrible sense of direction and were scared of getting lost and knew llanberis would be easiest! We parked opposite the train station for £8 and there were only about 2 other cars there at 11am on a Thursday. The route was easy to find and easy to follow- would be very difficult to go off track! It was a perfect day and the views were incredible! Next time we will take a more scenic route. It took 4.5 hours up and down and that included stopping for plenty of photos and having a picnic at the top! It was very quiet when we went, we didn’t see anyone on our path the whole way up!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Rachael wrote a review Nov 2020
Nantwich, United Kingdom1 contribution
went in oct and was lovely and not too busy, parking was easy to find. The views are amazing and definately well worth the trek to the top
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Steviefull wrote a review Nov 2020
Kidderminster, United Kingdom1,051 contributions157 helpful votes
Early October before the lockdown kicked in we decided to give this a go. Departed west midlands 1.00am Met with my friend from Birmingham 2.00am in Shrewsbury Parked up at Llanberis Community Centre 4.00am and set off in crappy orange alert conditions. This was our first time here and doing it in pitch black with head torches in crap conditions was certainly testing, the Llanberis route was the obvious choice for newbies and even then we took a wrong turn due to visibility. We reached the summit around 7.00m for a 7.24am sun rise, which needless to say we saw nothing of due to rain and clouds. It was still worth it for the experience and the challenge. We had intended to come down the Watkins path but the conditions put us off so we went back down the way we came which was a sensible decision, 2hrs 30mins later we were down with a sense of achievement. The key is to go prepared and know your limits after all the mountain will always be there.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Conrad M wrote a review Nov 2020
Droitwich, United Kingdom49 contributions4 helpful votes
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Brilliant place for a walk, I walked the miners path, quite difficult in places but worth it. The trek down I took lanberis easy walk and a cafe half way down.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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