Conwy and Llandudno Day Trip

Experience a medieval fortress in North Wales at Conwy Castle with incredible 360 degree views from the top of the towers. Walk the ancient walls of the town for a wonderful view looking back at the castle. Enjoy lunch in the town of Conwy where you can visit Conwy Harbour and the smallest house in Great Britain. We will then spend the last part of the day at the Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno. Here you can walk the pier or enjoy the views from the Great Orme, or simply have an ice cream on the beach! (in all weathers and seasons!).  

Your Trip Includes

  • coach travel for up to 49 people

  • a friendly tour guide

  • Conwy Castle entrance

  • Free time in Llandudno

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Saturday 27th June 2020


08:30 18:30




trip details

  • Outside Costa 44 Lord Street L2 1TD
  • 08:30 for registration
  • The coach leaves at 08.45am or before if everyone is punctual.
  • Travel time: 2 hours direct
  • Will there be a service stop on the way?
  • No but there are toilets on arrival.
  • Leaving Llandudno around 16:00
  • Returning to Liverpool by 18.30

a list to come prepared

  • Your itinerary and booking number
  • A fully charged phone, charger pack and camera
  • Money for lunch and souvenirs
  • Water and snacks
  • Some walks are not suitable for umbrellas so be prepared with waterproof clothing
  • A smile of course! Come ready to make friends and enjoy the day.

a list to come prepared

  • Waterproof walking boots or trainers suitable for walking and muddy conditions.
  • Waterproof jacket and warm layered clothing
  • Hat, scarf and gloves in Winter and a hat in Summer
  • Sunscreen all year

Trip Itinerary

We will have a fun and informative history quiz  on arrival followed free time to explore Conwy Castle. You will have an option to stay with the guide after the castle visit and walk the walls for further views over Conwy Town or you can have extra time for lunch.  During lunch you can visit the harbour and the Smallest House in Great Britain. Finally we will spend the last part of the day at Llandudno Bay.  

Walk difficulty: Moderate. Some cobbled streets, small narrow staircases in the Castle and a few short steep climb’s when walking the town walls or up the Great Orme.  

variations on the trip

Sometimes things don’t always go to plan and British weather can be changeable. If for any reason Conwy Castle is closed due to high winds or icy weather, we would then provide a suitable alternative such as a visit to Caernarfon Castle. We do believe in making the most of every opportunity to get outside and visit places so if it’s simply raining then we will get wet (and have a great time doing so!).



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