As the tourism sector reopens in Wales, Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, here visits the new Zip World Tower in Rhigos to find out how the attraction is contributing to the regeneration of the local area
The body argued it is time to lift remaining restrictions on the hospitality industry and give visitors to Wales simple and clear messages about staying safe.
Pembrokeshire zoo, Folly Farm, has upgraded its popular outdoor go karts to sustainable, electric models as part of its ongoing commitment to sustainability.
A new outdoor activity centre and waterside cabin is being built to support walkers, cyclists and watersports enthusiasts. It will include a food stop, meeting rooms, changing facilities and cycle hire.
Quarantine restrictions will be imposed from tomorrow on people travelling from Greece to Scotland, the Scottish government has announced. Welsh authorities confirmed a similar move.
A guided constellation walk, free flow yoga, paddle boarding, foraging, crafting and campfire cooking are all highlights of the new Wild Wellness Retreat Wales trip from youth travel expert Contiki.
The 142-room hotel sits on Cardiff Bay, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering guests stunning views of the waterfront, including the murmuration of starlings over the water at dusk.
The first Qatar Airways flight from Doha to Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, touched down earlier at Cardiff Airport, where it was welcomed with a celebratory water cannon salute and greeted by the mayor of the Vale of Glamorgan, Janice Charles.
Visitors to Cardiff are now able to enjoy a new hotel experience as Hotel Indigo Cardiff, managed by Redefine|BDL Hotels, opens its doors within the heart of the Welsh capital.