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Where can we go with the TrawsCymru T1 and T1C?

Take friends and family on the TrawsCymru – it’s free for all on the weekend.  There’s no better way to keep everybody entertained and happy come rain or shine this spring.

Cycling:

There is no space for bikes on the Traws Cymru, but you can always take the bus to one of the many cycle hire centres around Wales so that you can explore the region at your biking leisure. 

There are over 1,400 miles of tracks available from gentle cycle routes to the more challenging mountain trails.

So take a look here:  http://www.visitwales.com/things-to-do/activities/biking/cycling

Walking:

Wales has some of the most beautiful rural and coastal scenery and interesting industrial heritage sites in the UK. They are made for walking and discovering.  Why not take advantage of the eight TrawsCymru routes to get you to a new and different location every weekend.

Take a look here: http://www.visitwales.com/things-to-do/activities/walking-hiking

Adventure:

Start your adventure from the TrawsCymru and discover the real countryside experience with a bushcraft and foraging day or even a survival weekend.

Take a look here: http://www.visitwales.com/things-to-do/activities/bushcraft-foraging

Watersports:

Wales is celebrating the Year of The Sea. With over 850 miles of gentle and rugged coastline  the TrawsCymru follows and meets the coast at several  key touch points along its eight routes. 

Whether you have a go at some coasteering  kayaking or surfing or just take a simple stroll on the beach, this is your chance to catch up on some valuable me time  or family time.

Take a look here:. http://www.visitwales.com/things-to-do/activities/watersports

 

Here are some more ideas  for you.

 

  • 27 – 31 March. Unexploded Ordnances, Wales Millennium Centre

For over 16’s only. 

http://www.wmc.org.uk/

  • 30 – 31 March. Gwili 40 – 40th Anniversary Celebrations at Gwili Steam Railway, Bronwydd Station, Bronwydd, Carmarthen

https://gwili-railway.co.uk/

  • 30 March. Easter Extravaganza at National Waterfront Museum

https://museum.wales/swansea/

  • 30 March – 15 April. Smugglers Map Egg Trail at National Waterfront Museum

https://museum.wales/swansea/

  • 30 March – 02 April. Easter Egg Hunt at National Museum Cardiff

https://museum.wales/cardiff/

  • 31 March . The Jungle Book, Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen

http://www.theatrausirgar.co.uk/en

  • 8 April. Black Bart – Pirate how at National Waterfront Museum

https://museum.wales/swansea/

  • 13 – 15 April. Peter Pan at the Ffwrnes, Llanelli

Magical and adventurous story suitable for the whole famliy

http://www.theatrausirgar.co.uk/en/

  • 13 – 15 April. RHS Cardiff Flower Show at Bute Park and Arboretum

https://www.rhs.org.uk/shows-events/rhs-flower-show-cardiff

  • 21 April. Real Ale Trail, Cardiff

Real Ale festival by bus.  Sampling the ales produced by some of the finest  microbreweries in the area.

http://www.realaletrail.co.uk/

  • 21 – 29 April. Cardiff Children’s Literature Festival at Cardiff

Celebrate the very best in contemporary children’s literature

http://www.visitcardiff.com/event/cardiff-childrens-literature-festival/

  • 21 April. Lampeter Stallion Show,Llanllyr, Talsarn

The 56th annual show

http://www.lampeterstallionshow.co.uk/

  • 26 April – 05 May. Fleabag at Wales Millennium Centre

A performance for over 15’s only. The Matinee performance is only on Saturday. 

  • 27 – 29 April. The Llandeilo Litfest, Llandeilo

https://llandeilolitfest.org/

  • 27 – 29 April. German Bierfest Swansea at Museum Park, Swansea

The Bierfest is about much more than beer! Its fun for the whole family.

http://www.swansea.bierfest.co.uk/

  • 28 April. Rainbow Run Swansea at Swansea Bay Beach.

Tŷ Hafan’s Rainbow Run is returning to Swansea. Register now

http://www.rainbowrunwales.co.uk/