We'll drive through the incredibly beautiful national parks of England. Enjoy the incredible scenery of the hills and plains. Let's get into the incredible architecture of the Middle Ages.

Snowdonia National Park

The UK is a country of incredible natural contrasts, cultural diversity and historical heritage. This journey is designed in such a way that all these aspects shine with new colors. We will drive through the most beautiful places of central England and Wales, enjoy the magnificent nature with its truly fabulous scenery of hills and plains, forests and lakes, mountains and rivers. In addition, a significant part of the time is devoted to visiting various cultural sites, including centuries-old cathedrals, fortresses, temples and monuments. We'll try to immerse ourselves in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages and its inherent gothic.

Snowdonia National Park

4 days itinerary by Alexander Kosar - - Car, 3 Hotels

Day 1: From Oxford to Birmingham


The first stop is Oxford. We will stay here for a while, but we will have time to see the significant and interesting historical buildings and monuments of architecture, and then go to Birmingham to walk through its interesting places.
Visiting: Birmingham, Oxford

Day 2: The incredible valleys of Wales


Today we are planning a trip to the western part of the island, where incredible natural landscapes await us. We also intend to visit some of the most interesting historical castles that were built centuries ago.
Visiting: Birmingham, Llandegai, Erbistock, Church Stretton

Day 3: The last day in Wales


Today will be the day of a tour of Snowdonia National Park. There are several stops planned in places where you can enjoy the incredible natural diversity and, of course, take stunning pictures against the background of local landscapes.
Visiting: Llandegai, Machynlleth, Llanbrynmair, Porthmadog, Harlech, Upper Corris

Day 4: A day out in the open


Today, the plan is to leave Wales and head for London on the way to various interesting places, including national parks, historical sites and, of course, worthy restaurants.
Visiting: Llanbrynmair, Hereford, Cookham, Burford