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Book a Tour Guide

Booking an experienced and qualified Tour Guide can add so much to a tour of Southern Wales - from creating tours to inspire your groups, to bringing history to life, and allowing you to discover hidden villages and views, a Guide can take a a good tour and ensure that it is memorable.

In Southern Wales we have a band of great, enthusiastic and knowledgeable guides who would love to work with you. Take a look at their website for contacts. Wales Official Tour Guides Association.

Useful Factsheet

We have put together a useful factsheet for Group Organisers. Its full of ideas of places to visit and themes that can be explored. Use this as a starting point but contact us for help finding hotels, more ideas or unusual food stops for your groups.

Download the Factsheet here.

Coach Parking & Drop Off

Find out where to drop off your passengers, park your coach or get further information about our main towns.

Group Travel Guides

There’s nothing like planning ahead and organising the details for your visit.

Here are some handy maps and destination guides that you can download for free to help you explore the region!

Travelling to South Wales

Compact and easily accessible Southern Wales is only 2 hours down the M4 from London whilst Birmingham and the West Midlands are only an hour or so from our borders.

Southern Wales enjoys exceptional road links via the M4 (from London and South East England) and the M50/M5 (from the Midlands and North) ensuring that much of Britain, including gateway airports and ferry terminals, are within a 3-hour drive.

A comprehensive road system links all the major towns, while many towns and villages are well served by the local train network which connects with the mainline stations. For more information on getting to, and around Southern Wales visit Travel Line Cymru.