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Llandudno Travel Guide  

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A sea side resort Llandudno is located in the Conwy in Wales. The town is looted off the North Wales Coast railway line which was laid in 1848 and was included in London and North Western Railway in 1859. The place is a typical a mid-Victorian era holiday home. The city served as a junction and was served a railway line which was opened in 1858.
Since 1864 the town is also called “Queen of Welsh Resort”. It is nestled between Welsh mainland and the Great Orme peninsula on a flat land. It was earlier part of Aberconwy and before 1974 came under Caernarfonshire. The population of the place which includes Penrhyn Bay and Penrhynside in 2001 was 20,090.
The name of the place has been derived from ancient parish of Saint Tudno. Several neighbouring twons like Craig-y-Don, Llanrhos, and Penrhyn Bay are also part of the city. The climate of the city is very mild which makes it a hot tourist destination.

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Reviews Llandudno

Bill Williams
Overall rating 7
Overall Guide : Easy access to shops and theatres. LLandudno has a great deal to offer with a trip around the Orme and up to the top. A large theatre and leisure complex. Plenty of Hotels and of course the shopping centre is... more ver comact with a variety of shops to chose from. In summer of course you have a choice of 2 beaches. Llandudno is close to other visitor places such as Conway with its castle and the Snowdonia National Park and not to far away is the rest of the North Wales Visitor attractions.
Overall rating 9
Overall Guide : Fantastic, friendly, clean, accessible been coming here for over 10 years. Stayed at the Wilton hotel for the last 5. Prices for every budget. Good accessibility for people with mobility challenges and fairly flat with plenty of transport options for... more every range of mobility. Good selection of varied eating places
Not to be missed The Great Orme , Victorian pier , surronding beauty
fat man the idiot
Overall rating 4
Overall Guide : fuck you
Not to be missed stupid place , piece of shit , dumbass
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