Discover the ‘Queen of the Welsh Resorts’ on top-rated Llandudno tours and experiences, bookable on isango at the best prices! One of the most popular beachside resorts in Wales, Llandudno is ideal for a beach-centric vacation, water sports, relaxing walks along the scenic promenade, visits to prehistoric sites, and quaint tram rides. The picturesque town boasts activities and adventures for everyone, from toddlers to grandparents, and makes for the perfect getaway from the rigors of city life. Relax on the North shore and West shore beaches, enjoy a ride on the Great Orme tramway, visit the largest prehistoric copper mines in the world, enjoy a cable car ride, toboggan down the Llandudno ski slope, and explore the medieval castle of Conwy. Book Llandudno tour packages online and enjoy discounted rates!
If you’re not a fan of crowds, then visit between April and June. The weather is warming up, there are lesser tourists, and hotel rates are comparatively lower.
Ride the vintage trams and vibrant cable cars to take in some of the most stunning views in Wales. Although the resort is popular mainly for its beaches and Victorian pier, the sweeping views of Llandudno Bay and Snowdonia's mountains on a cable car ride simply should not be missed.
Visit the town of Conwy if you’re in Llandudno. Visit the majestic medieval castle in Conwy, located on the scenic rocky outcrop and part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Best time to visit
Although the beautiful seaside town can be visited throughout the year, the best time to visit Llandudno is from July to September as the weather is ideal for sightseeing and rainfall is limited.
August is the peak tourist season when British schools are on holiday.
The town can easily be explored on foot. Discover the charming countryside by enjoying a ride on the Conwy Valley Train.
You can also book sightseeing bus tours and vintage coach trips to avoid the hassle of booking transportation separately. Regular buses connect the town centre to top sights such as Bodnant Garden and Conwy Castle.