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About Llandudno

Oozing Edwardian and Victorian splendour, the seaside resort town of Llandudno boasts a fantastic location between the Great Orme and Little Orme, with the azure Irish Sea and River Conwy flowing alongside. Llandudno's landscapes are a firm favourite with Queen Victoria, and inspired Lewis Carroll's classic Alice in Wonderland – you can even embark on an Alice-themed tour here. Search for the iconic White Rabbit throughout the town, namely on Madoc Street and near Mostyn Gallery. Another gem is Llandudno Pier, 'the longest pier in Wales', awash with handsome Victorian-era mansions and hotels. The pier boasts 'The Best Family Entertainment Centre in Wales', where you can enjoy classic arcade games, and savour freshly cooked doughnuts, traditional fudge, Cornish ice cream, and fish & chips at various cafés and stands. The pier's regularly hosted live music sessions and local celebrations are a great way to immerse yourself in Welsh culture. The 24-hour City Sightseeing Llandudno Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour passes the iconic pier, West Shore Beach, and Conwy Castle, among other landmarks.

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What to see in Llandudno

There's much to see and do in Llandudno. Start off at the Llandudno Museum, which beautifully traces the town's history from the Iron Age to present day. Head to Mostyn Gallery, which was among Britain's first to exhibit works by female artists, before setting off on the hard-to-miss 2-mile long Llandudno Promenade, largely undisturbed by commercial distractions and chain outlets. End the evening at Venue Cymru, recommended for its amusing pantomimes, film screenings, musicals, and live bands. For dinner, consider traditional Welsh seafood preparations, pork pies, sausages, and tender Welsh lamb. Adventurous foodies can choose from Indian, Thai, Chinese, Italian and other world cuisines.

Outdoor enthusiasts will want to follow the Haulfre Gardens Trail to the 207m summit of the Great Orme. Alternatively, you could ride Britain's longest cable car, the Great Orme Tramway (a 1902 original), which glides past the Alpine Ski and Toboggan Centre before reaching the Great Orme's peak. While here, watch for Iron Age fort ruins, a Bronze Age mine, a Neolithic burial chamber, and friendly Kashmir mountain goats and endemic butterflies. Farm animals, birds of prey, and tranquil ocean views await at family-friendly Bodafon Farm Park, where kids will love visiting the sheep, deer, and llamas.

Where to stay in Llandudno

If you fancy a sea-facing accommodation, book an apartment, hostel, or hotel on Llandudno Promenade, particularly along Gloddaeth Crescent, Saint George's Crescent, Glan Y Mor Parade, or South Parade. There are also clusters of cheap hotels around Llandudno Museum, town hall, and Church Walks Road, which leads to the starting point of the Great Orme Tramway. Travellers looking to escape the excitement of the main drag can look for options on West Shore Beach – they'll also be treated to sun, surf and exceptional views of the mountains of Snowdonia.

Ten minutes' drive south of Llandudno is the small town of Deganwy, whose biggest draw is Deganwy Castle, a Dark Age fortress. The town is connected to Llandudno by train, and eDreams offers plenty of hotel deals here. The medieval market town of Conwy is another mention-worthy option for its atmospheric quayside pubs, miles of lush countryside, and mighty 13th-century Conwy Castle. Book a hotel in the Llandudno area for an unforgettable Welsh getaway.

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