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WALES | WHAT TO DO IN WREXHAM?


We arrived in Liverpool from Marrakech, rented a car and headed to the citadel of WREXHAM. As in every country, the first thing we did was go to the supermarket in search of cheap food, and we were stuck with the incredibly cheap prices in Wales, certainly affected by the recent Brexit in the United Kingdom, our entire purchase amounted to an incredible 11 pounds and we bought food for a good time. PS* Subway there has a roast chicken option and it is incredibly delicious.



North Wales has been named among the world's best places to visit in 2017 according to Lonely Planet's annual Best in Travel list - it is the only UK destination to be featured in the rankings, which are compiled by a panel from the travel publisher's writers and experts.

There is no shortage of things to do in and around Wrexham and the surrounding areas to keep you busy. Whether you're looking for historic sites, family days out or some extreme sporting action, you certainly won't be bored.


Thomas Telford's famous and notable Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is a World Heritage Site situated just a few miles from Wrexham. The Grade I Listed building is the longest and tallest aqueduct in the UK and was completed in 1805. It attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors a year.

The 18th-century Erddig, three miles from Wrexham town center, is one of Britain's finest historic houses. Maintained by the National Trust, it hosts events throughout the year, including an annual apple festival, Christmas markets and open-air plays in the summer.

Wales is known for its castles, and North East Wales is no exception. Nearby Chirk Castle dates from 1310 and the reign of Edward I, and features a medieval tower, dungeons and expansive gardens. Conwy Castle, on the coast of North Wales, is a dark stone fortress built for Edward I, by Master James of St George. The castle is among the finest surviving medieval fortifications in Britain.


Wrexham County Borough Museum is a great starting point for discovering the eventful history of Wrexham and the wider area. The museum's exhibitions and collections tell the stories of Wrexham and its people from prehistory to the present.

  • Official language : English.

  • Prime Minister : Theresa May.

  • 2011 population : 53,013,000 inhabitants.

  • Currency : Pound sterling.

  • Total Area : 130,395 km².

  • Time zone : UTC +0 / Summer UTC +1.

  • International telephone code : +44.

  • Climate : Temperate, maritime.

  • Visa : England belongs to the European Union but not to the Schengen Area. No visa is required for Portuguese or Brazilian citizens.

  • Borders : The United Kingdom is a group of islands.


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