It is one of the nations of the United Kingdom. Located in the southwest of the island of Great Britain, Wales - Wales in English, Cymru in Welsh - offers 1,200 km of coastline with seaside resorts, national nature parks, wild mountains and a wealth of heritage, including Cardiff, the capital, and preserved traditions. A student and cosmopolitan city, alternating futuristic architecture and historical monuments, Cardiff is particularly attractive. We must see the new Assembly building, made of glass and slate or the Millennium Centre, on the waterfront, a major cultural and artistic centre and, of course, Cardiff Castle, a jewel in the city centre. You have free access to seven national museums, including the National Museum dedicated to art and natural history. In Big Pit, you will discover the National Coal Museum, which evokes a local epic and allows you to go down into the mine with a miner 90 m underground. Three national parks await hikers and lovers of green biodiversity. The largest is Snowdonia at the foot of Mount Snowdon, which houses the huge natural lake of Llyn Tegid. Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park protects a spectacular coastline of beaches and cliffs. Finally, the peaceful Brecon Beacons National Park invites you to discover a wooded environment, bathed in rivers, waterfalls and waterfalls, with bat caves. Golfers can enjoy beautiful green golf courses and lovers of giant zip lines. For all, leaving for this destination with your travel guide is recommended.