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Aberystwyth Travel Guide  

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Aberystwyth is a historic market town and the principal resort town in Ceredigion, Wales. Around 13,000 inhabitants reside in this region and a temporary student population of 9,000 is also housed here. The town is a major tourist and cultural centre and is also referred to as ‘the Oxford of Wales’.
A warm climate prevails in Aberystwyth owing to its proximity to the Gulf Stream. Summers are warm and dry, while winters are moderate and wet. Ample rainfall is received throughout the year. The area is also prone to seasonal storms.
The history of this region dates back to almost seven hundred years ago. In recent times, the town has strengthened its economy; it was granted the Fairtrade City status in 2005. The key components of the economy are tourism, retail, alcohol and the service sector.

Area code:
01970
Time zone:
UTC+0
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Reviews Aberystwyth

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Visitors can enjoy a scenic journey atop the Vale of Rheidol Railway, which takes them from Aberystwyth to Devil’s Bridge. They can also walk through the woodlands and serene waterfalls after getting off at Devil’s Bridge. The abundant wildlife and... more nature trails make the journey an exciting affair. The Hafod Uchtryd is a lush estate built in the eighteenth century; it consists of a picturesque landscape of gardens, nature trails and walks. Some of the popular walks include the Bedford Monument Walk, the Lady’s Walk, the Gentleman’s Walk and more. A huge storehouse of books and manuscripts showcasing the literature of the region is the National Library of Wales. Apart from the two million books and thousands of manuscripts, it also holds exhibitions displaying its treasures. The beautiful road along the Mynach River is a breath-taking sight with a series of magnificent waterfalls. Also, the three bridges built in this area are worth a visit.
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