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LIVERPOOL: North Wales Adventure (Full Day)

Departs at:  08:45 - World Museum. William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN
Returns at:  18:15
Adults:         £44
Children:     £25

The North Wales Adventure is a full-day (9-hour / 150mile / 230km) taking you to special places in Wales. Your jolly driver (no grumpy ones here!) will keep you fully informed on points of interest and your vehicle will be to a purpose-sightseeing specification. Every tour is unique and memorable allowing you to partake in as much (or little) as you feel comfortable with. You will never be put under any pressure to do anything that you don’t wish to. This is sightseeing the way sightseeing was written!

After we’ve admired the amazing skyline of Liverpool and progressed through one of its Tunnels we’ll hit the road to the mysterious and legendary land of Wales in a 60-minute, fully-narrated journey navigating the A55 coastal road with its magical stories and mystical legends.

Arriving in the magical Victorian Llandudno you’ll see the Great Orme and marvel at the views where, on a clear day, you can see the Isle of Man!  We’ll visit the 1,100 year old hidden chapel of St. Tudno with its Blue Window and Stigmata. Then it’s a stroll down the original wooden Pier out to sea to buy those Welsh souvenirs!

Then it's on to the town of Conwy, constructed by the English monarch Edward I between 1283 and 1289 as one of the key fortresses in his ‘iron ring’ of castles to contain the Welsh with its fabulous wall circuit of over 3/4 mile and guarded by 22 towers. The first time you catch sight of the castle you’ll know you are in the presence of a historic site which still casts a powerful spell.
Now, brace yourselves for what BusyBus has become known (and, we modestly add, have won National awards) for: the Adventure element of the day. Into Snowdonia National Park using carefully selected routes and taking you well and truly off the beaten track to viewpoints of wonder! You’ll feel like you own Snowdonia in the tranquillity and ambience we’ve prepared!

No trip to North Wales would be complete without a stop at the “capital”, Betws-Y-Coed with its many shops, cafe’s, pubs and locals, it simply can’t fail to impress!

Finally, you get a unique chance to experience the Pontcysyllte Canal Aqueduct, built by Sir Thomas Telford in 1795 and still taking canal barges across the valley high above the ground.

World Museum (Main Entrance, Outside)
William Brown Street Liverpool Merseyside L3 8EN United Kingdom