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Visit Llandudno and Outlying Areas: Colwyn Bay

The Conwy Valley is located at the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. With a beautiful river winding to the sea through a glorious valley, flanked by rolling hills and dramatic mountains, there is so much to enjoy.

Conwy Valley Railway offers a great opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the Valley and surroundings. The Conwy Valley line is 27 mile long and is believed to be one of the most beautiful rail experiences in Britain.

Conwy Valley Railway Museum offers train layouts and working models ie. miniature steam railway in picturesque surroundings. The model shop offers a large selection of model trains, diecast cars and planes, railway books and accessories.

There's all the magic and mystery of the past woven into the majestic scenery, which stretches from the coastline through the rural heart of Snowdonia. The compelling mountain ranges, wild moorland and tranquil lakes provide the picturesque backdrop stretching back hundreds of years. This beautiful part of North Wales has many natural attractions: Conwy Falls, Fairy Glen, Swallow Falls are just some of them.

Llandudno West Shore | Little Orme | Deganwy | Penrhyn Bay | Rhos-on-Sea | Colwyn Bay | Old Colwyn |

Tal - y - Cafn | Conwy | Conwy Valley | Eglwysbach | Trefriw | Rowen

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