Here at adeo Travel we are specialists in putting together tailor-made rail tours of Britain and as such have created a small selection of rail tours dedicated to exploring Wales. The mountainous landscapes of this little nation restrict the reaches of the rail network but ensure that almost any rail journey through Wales is crammed with spectacular vistas; your rail tour of Wales enables you sit back and soak up the views as you glide between overnight destinations.
Wales is an excellent destination to explore by rail; the Welsh capital city of Cardiff is superbly connected lying just over two hours from London by train whilst deeper in to central and North Wales you’ll find a host of stunningly beautiful rail routes. The Heart of Wales line runs for 121 miles through the mountains of central Wales, the Conwy Valley line runs in to the Snowdonia national Park whilst the Cambrian line takes you to the remote North West of Wales. Crossing historic viaducts, disappearing through mountain tunnels and passing over the rolling hills of the England/Wales border marches, each journey will offer a wealth of treasures with a host of undiscovered, quaint towns and villages awaiting your overnight stays. As with the rest of the Britain rail network, Welsh trains generally offer excellent services adhering promptly to timetables and with comfortable on-board facilities.
As with our rail trips across Britain, your adeo Travel Wales tour comes inclusive of your daily rail travel, via the official Britrail programme, your overnight accommodation and our adeo Travel document package. We hand-pick your overnight accommodation assuring it is conveniently located in the heart of each destination and conveniently positioned not only for the railway station but also for onward daily sightseeing. As experts, we’ll book and confirm the rail Passes which best suit your travel needs selecting from the wealth of flexible rail passes available to us as official Britrail ticketing agents and our travel pack will be sure to contain lots of useful information such as dedicated timetables for your specific itinerary, local station information and our general hints and tips for rail travel in Wales and Britain.
As our rail tours of Wales are put together in-house by our team of experts they can be entirely customised to suit your travel needs; choose when to start your tour, how long you stay in Wales, and how many nights you spend in each destination. Bearing in mind that the rail network and services may be more limited in rural areas, your adeo Travel agent will be happy to work with you to develop an itinerary which is both possible and manageable. A small selection of day-tours by mini-coach are available from Cardiff to reach areas which are not accessible by rail such as the scenic Wye Valley and the Brecon Beacons National Park – just ask us for more information if you want to integrate these destinations in to your rail trip.
An adeo Travel rail tour of Wales offers the independent traveller a good alternative to a self-drive tour of Wales; your structured but flexible itinerary offers a stress-free means of transport to take you through an undiscovered nation and along some truly breath-taking rail journeys.