I am traveling to Wales in March. I am debating between two itineraries:
Flying into Manchester on a Friday
The next day Saturday taking a three day tour thru: Rabbies of: Snowdonia, North Wales and Chester. The tour returns back to Manchester on Monday.
Tuesday taking 3 to 3.5 hour train to Cardiff and stay there until Friday when I return back home out of Cardiff
Note: I have never done a three day tour but it seemed like a better option than taking the over two hour train from the Manchester airport. This tour starts and ends in Manchester and this trip for me is about seeing Wales. I will only be using public transportation and will not be renting a car. I have some back issues that are making this trip a bit more limited. I still want to be able to travel so I am adjusting what I am doing.
Fly into Cardiff, use this as my base and do day trips in the South.
I am also considering taking the bus and going to Hay-on-Way overnight.
It seems like most of the sights are in the north to see. Can anyone make any reccomondations for touring around the south.