The Principality of Wales is one of the four administrative parts of Great Britain. In ancient times, the commonwealth of Celtic kingdoms was located on its territory. Architectural monuments of those times can still be found in Wales today.
Located in the south-west of Great Britain, the principality is characterized by amazing picturesqueness and a mild, travel-friendly climate. A characteristic feature of Wales is the numerous medieval castles that appeared here in the XIII century during the establishment of English rule.
The tiny towns and villages of Wales retain the spirit of both medieval and Victorian England. Numerous national parks and gardens open up to tourists the beauty of local nature and culture.