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Radweg Valley (North Wales coast) - Reading

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Erstellt am 15.09.2012,

am 28.01.2020

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Gesamtlänge in km

591

Gesamthöhenmeter Aufstieg

5.591

Durchschn. Steigung Aufstieg %

0,95

Gesamthöhenmeter Abstieg

5.557

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Gesamtzahl Trackpoints

8.982

Trackpoint-Dichte per km

15

Endorte

Start

Valley, Wales, GB (5 m NHN)

Ziel

Reading, England, GB (39 m NHN)

Fahrradfreundliche Unterkünfte, Sehenswertes und Infrastruktur

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53 km
0,3 km
30 m

GB-LL57 2EF Bangor

 

Fahrradbox

12 bike lockers available.

 

54 km
0,4 km
18 m

GB-LL57 1DT Bangor

 

Historische(s) Gebäude

Garth Pier, Bangor
Cathedral Church of Saint Deiniol, Bangor
Bangor Cathedral
Castell Penrhyn

Bangor is a small city in Gwynedd.

Understand

Bangor is a small coastal city in North Wales, and is a picturesque city offering views over the Menai Straits (especially attractive at sunset), and also serves as a convenient base for visiting the nearby Snowdonia National Park.

With a population of only around 14,000, Bangor is one of the UK's smallest cities. Bangor is a university city and has a large student population, and is home to Bangor University, established in 1884.

Around half of the people in the city can speak Welsh, but if you took away all of the students in the university, this figure would be much higher.

See

  • Bangor Pier, +44 1248 352421. Also known as Garth Pier, this Victorian pier opened in 1896 and reaches halfway across the Menai Straits to the Isle of Anglesey. At the end of the pier is the Whistlestop Cafe, which is popular and well-known locally for its scones. Garth Pier on Wikipedia 
  • Penrhyn Castle, LL57 4HN, +44 1248 353084. Varies by season. The castle is closed over the winter months. A neo-Norman Victorian fantasy castle from the 19th century, Penrhyn Castle is now a National Trust property. It contains a collection of "Norman" style furniture and old masters' paintings. It has a shop, tea room, a doll museum, two galleries and an industrial railway museum. Can be considered well over the top in the desire to impress but the kitchen quarters and the walled garden are particularly to be recommended. £11.50, £5.75 for children. Penrhyn Castle on Wikipedia
  • Bangor Cathedral, +44 1248 354999. A 6th-century cathedral with attractive architecture. The focal point of the city. Bangor Cathedral on Wikipedia 
  • Storiel (formerly Gwynedd Museum and Art Gallery), Ffordd Gwynedd, LL57 1DT, +44 1248 353368. Tells the story of the people of Bangor and Gwynedd over previous centuries. Free. 

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Wikivoyage contributors, 'Bangor (Wales)', Wikivoyage, The FREE worldwide travel guide that anyone can edit, 6 July 2019, 05:57 UTC, https://en.wikivoyage.org/w/index.php?title=Bangor_(Wales)&oldid=3807268 [accessed 26 December 2019]

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55 km
3,8 km
6 m

GB-LL58 8DA Beaumaris

 

Historische(s) Gebäude

Beaumaris Castle
Beaumaris Castle
Beaumaris Castle
St. Maryʹs Church, Beaumaris

Beaumaris (Welsh: Biwmares) is a town in east Anglesey in Wales. Beaumaris's shore borders the Menai Strait separating Anglesey from the British mainland. Its population is somewhere around 2000 people. The town is full of history and many historical sites are still able to be visited today.

Understand

History

Beaumaris and its castle was built by the Norman kings of England. King Edward I began construction on this castle in 1295. French builders called the castle beaux marais meaning "beautiful marshes", since the castle was built on a marsh foundation. This is one of the largest fortresses in Wales and the last created by Edward I. However, construction was never completed and only saw a little combat during the 17th century Civil War. Had it been finished it was fixed to be one of the grandest ever built.

See

  • Beaumaris Castle (Welsh: Castell Biwmares), Castle St, LL58 8AP, +44 1248 810361. 09.30-17.00 daily (Apr 1 to Jun 30), 09.30-18.00 daily (Jul 1 to Aug 31), 09.30-17.00 daily (Sep 1 to Oct 31), 1st November to 28th February M-Sa 10.00-16.00 Su 11.00-16.00 (Nov 1 to Feb 28), 09.30-17.00 daily (Mar 1 to Mar 31). A 13th-century castle of great interest. One of the castles built by Edward I of England, after he invaded Wales, and part of the Castles of King Edward I. UNESCO World Heritage Site. The castle is beautiful, even though it is unfinished. One can walk across the bridge to gain entry, situated atop a moat of swans. From there one can venture through the finished parts of the walls or explore the eroded cut outs. It's best to go on a sunny day when the light comes through all the little crevese. The middle of the castle is a huge plot of grass where people can sit and children can run around. This is a very kid friendly castle. Adults £5.25, Family Ticket £15.75 - admits 2 adults and up to 3 children under 16 years. Beaumaris Castle on Wikipedia 
  • Beaumaris courthouse, Castle Street. Courthouse from 1614- Courthouse held trials for some of Anglesey's most nefarious criminals. People can learn how the court worked back in 1614 as well as see some of the artifacts a Judge would have used. A cool place for people of all ages to enjoy what would have happened to them if they were a criminal, lawyer, judge, or part of a jury in the 1600s. Adults £3.60 Children £2.80. 
  • Beaumaris Gaol, Steeple Lane. Build in 1826 is now a museum. Beaumaris Gaol on Wikipedia 
  • St Mary's parish church, Church Street, LL58 8BN. 14th century church with attractive interior and the stone coffin of Princess Joan (d.1237, a daughter of King John of England) in the porch. 

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Wikivoyage contributors, 'Beaumaris', Wikivoyage, The FREE worldwide travel guide that anyone can edit, 13 April 2019, 00:54 UTC, https://en.wikivoyage.org/w/index.php?title=Beaumaris&oldid=3760631 [accessed 21 December 2019]

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83 km
0,2 km
21 m

GB-LL32 8AN Conwy

 

Historisches Ortsbild

Conwy Castle from one of the towers
Conwy Castle - bridge view
Conwy Town Walls, the south western section
Conwy, Plas Mawr

Conwy is a small walled town on the coast in North Wales. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and a perfect base for exploring everything North Wales has to offer. The gateway to Snowdonia and easy access to the Island of Anglesey, the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno and the timeless Llyn Peninsula.

See

  • Conwy castle. M-Sa 10AM-4PM, Su 11AM-4PM, extended hours in Spring/Summer/Autumn.. Built by Edward I in 1289, it is smaller than Beaumaris or Caernarfon castles, but it has a lot of charm. It sits at the mouth of a tidal inlet, and the views of the sea on one side and gently rolling green hills on the other are lovely. Offers joint ticket with Plas Mawr. Tours are 1 hour long and cost £1. £6.75/adult £20.25/family £5.10/concession. Conwy Castle on Wikipedia 
  • Plas Mawr (The Great Hall), Hight Street, LL32 8DE, +44 1492 580167. Mon - Sun: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. One of the finest surviving town houses of the Elizabethan era to be found in Britain, partially restored and otherwise maintained in its original condition. Fascinating look at what a wealthy merchant's life was like at that time. There is beautiful original and restored plaster work and paint. Head up to the small tower for a 360 degree look at the town and castle. Offers joint ticket with Conwy Castle. £5.75/adult £4.35/concession £17.25/family. Plas Mawr on Wikipedia 
  • Aberconwy House, Castle Street, LL32 8AY, +44 1492 592246k. Believed to be the oldest town house in Wales dating from the 14th-century. Restored to reflect daily life of yesteryear. Get a joint visit ticket with the Conwy Suspension bridge (both run by the National Trust). Aberconwy House on Wikipedia 
  • St. Mary's Church, Rose Hill Street. A beautiful church with a grassy, pleasant cemetery with some interesting old headstones. Church of St Mary & All Saints, Conwy on Wikipedia 
  • Working riverfront. you can even buy Conwy mussels that have been brought in by the fisherman and here is the 'smallest house' in the UK. Perfect place to eat fish & chips with wonderful views. If you continue walking along the Marina Walk for 15 minutes you will come to Conwy Marina with wonderful views from the marina pub overlooking the boats and yachts. Conwy Golf Club (voted Welsh Club 2007) is also on the marina as is a beach. 
  • The Smallest House in Great Britain (Quay House), +44 7925 049 786. 10AM-4PM Spring-Autumn. Recognised by the Guiness Book of Records it is along the quay. The house is 72in wide by 122in high. £1/adult, 50p/child. Smallest House in Great Britain on Wikipedia

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Wikivoyage contributors, 'Conwy', Wikivoyage, The FREE worldwide travel guide that anyone can edit, 10 May 2019, 13:23 UTC, https://en.wikivoyage.org/w/index.php?title=Conwy&oldid=3776856 [accessed 21 December 2019]

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91 km
3,7 km
9 m

 

Library Building
GB-LL30 2RP Llandudno

 

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Öffnungszeiten

All year Monday to Saturday 09:00 - 17:00

June - September, Sunday 09.30 - 16.30

 

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