The region of North Wales consists of the historic counties of Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, the city-county of Wrexham, and the Isle of Anglesey. Mainly a rural area with many mountains, lakes and valleys, North Wales is a beautiful region to explore, and that`s why it has been a popular tourist destination for nearly two centuries. Snowdonia National Park takes up much of the western portion of North Wales, and features the highest mountains in Britain outside of Scotland, such as the 3,560-foot Mount Snowdon. Wrexham is the region`s largest city, and major tourist centers include Caernarfon, located in close proximity to both Anglesey and Snowdonia; and Llandudno, Wales`s most famous coastal resort town.
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