Llandudno might be a little tricky to pronounce for non-Welsh speakers, but it's easy to understand why holidaymakers return to this little seaside town often dubbed the Queen of the Welsh Resorts. It teems with the trappings of Victorian seaside resorts like Punch and Judy shows, ice cream vendors, a vintage tramway and afternoon tea.

    Whatever the British weather throws at the shores of North Wales, there's always people using the Blue Flag beach and the famed 19th-century Llandudno Pier. There's also a 4,000-year-old copper mine, a zoo that will delight younger visitors, as well as a long list of outdoor activities in the rolling Welsh countryside.

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      The best places to go shopping in Llandudno are easy to stumble upon when exploring its charming streets and promenade. This coastal town in North Wales is best known for its history and the natural beauty of Great Orme and the headland summit. However, it's also a lovely beachside resort with a lively high street offering fascinating galleries, shops, and...

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    • 10 Best Things to Do After Dinner in Llandudno

      The best things to do after dinner in Llandudno come in a diverse mix that partly reinforces the town’s reputation as a family-friendly destination. Evening attractions cater for a broad spectrum of ages and tastes, from a gentle walk along the promenade or pier to an active session on a nearby artificial ski slope. Llandudno has maintained its position...

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