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Llangollen Travel Guide  

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Llangollen is a small, serene town located on the River Dee in Denbighshire, Wales. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in North Wales and has a tiny population of about 3,000 inhabitants. Although Llangollen is seeped in myth and legend, it has its modern character intact.
The climate of the region is mild with dry, warm summers and wet winters. High rainfall is received in this region with snowfall being a regular feature. The period from May to August is a pleasant time to visit the place owing to the bright, sunny atmosphere.
With a history of almost three thousand years, Llangollen is named after Saint Collen, a patron of the town. The city is still in the initial stages of economic development with agriculture and tourism as the main components. It was granted the Fairtrade County status in 2004.

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0(+44) 01978
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Reviews Llangollen

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : The Llangollen Wharf is an exciting place where the visitors can take a canal boat trip in the crystal clear waters. The two-hour trip is a treat to the eyes with all the beautiful scenery of the Dee Valley where... more it is located. Visitors are sure to be enthralled by the Llangollen Fringe Festival which features music, dance, stand-up comedy, art workshops, kids’ entertainment and much more. The tourist traffic is on a high during this festival as thousands of people attend this street festival. Another place of interest is the Llangollen Motor Museum which has a collection of vintage cars and motorbikes. Also, included in the collection are old gramophones and information about the collectibles is given in a detailed manner. The Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod is the most popular festival in the region, visited by over 100,000 people every year. The town comes alive with dancers, singers and musicians performing in the festival.
Overall rating 5
Overall Guide : Llangollen is a quiet town but at peak times gets a lot of visitors, Llangollen does offer anything decent for its locals, it has a dissapointing amount of shops which are useful for those who live there with only a... more spar and a cooperative and only just recently has it got a petrol station.
M Draper
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Nice Town but if you haven't got a car you don't have a lot of choice at night cause the bus service in the evening is not existent.
Not to be missed Llangollen Railway , Plas Newydd , Llangollen canal
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