Radnorshire Tourist Guide

Radnorshire – “It’s people and places”

A tourist takes pleasure in a place that has friendly and accepting people, and a place that has perfect views worthy to be taken a shot and stored in a special travel album. Radnorshire is not an exemption. It offers more than the usual traveler’s cravings on food, comfort and enjoyment. It has its own account of history that makes it an ideal tourist destination. As compared to other counties of the United Kingdom,

Radnorshire is not an exemption. It offers more than the usual traveler’s cravings on food, comfort and enjoyment. It has its own account of history that makes it an ideal tourist destination.

As compared to other counties of the United Kingdom, Radnorshire can’t be pictured out as having many valleys, flat lands or body of waters. Instead, it is surrounded by a mountain range in the west, particularly the Cambrian Mountains. Its borders are composed of Montgomeryshire in the north, Brecknockshire in the south, Herefordshire in the east and Cardiganshire in the west.

This county also has many towns and villages that provide more satisfaction to visitors through their culture and warm welcome. Some of the towns include Rhayader, which is very famous for bikers because of its trails and bridleways intended for such activity. Another is the town of Knighton, where a famous carnival show is being held every last Saturday of August and it draws audiences around the world. A different town is called Llandridod Wells, and it boasts some Victorian architectural designs. One famous tourist attraction is the man-made lake with a huge serpent sculpture at its center. In addition, this town also produces festivals, such as the Amateur Drama Festival.

Presteigne is also a town located at Radnorshire. Just like in other towns, this one has its own version of festival, which is called the Sheep Music Festival that is entirely dedicated to contemporary music. There are also famous people born in this town, such as Sir Christopher Hatton, Keith Parker, and Chaz Davies, a Grand Prix motorcycle racer 

Aside from these towns, other interesting places in this county are the Royal Welsh Showground, Elan Valley, Beguildy Tumuli, Broadheath House, Offa’s Dyke, The Rock Park, and The Pales.

There are also natural bodies of water present such as the Wye River and the Teme River, as well as, man made reservoirs at the Elan Valley. These bodies of water serve as sources of living and places for relaxation and enjoyment.

In addition, Radnorshire is not only rich in their culture and traditions. Local residents express their love of nature. There are several concerned groups in this county that started some programs for the conservation of wildlife. Their main mission is to bring to the world the realization that nature is a precious gift that needs to be taken cared of.

Furthermore, even if it was struck with poverty in the past, Radnorshire County these days prove to be a symbol of a great county that made a noble effort to combat scarcity. Its inhabitants today are living by raising livestock, planting major crops, and fishing.

Visiting Radnorshire is another fruitful experience, especially to those who are interested in nature, as well as, historical places and events. The festivals, music, and people’s way of life are the greatest attraction that one could benefit from.
Surely, this county promises not only its one of a kind tourist spots, but more so personal satisfaction to many travelers.