Whether you decide to run as a participant or you would rather relax and enjoy the show, the Three Castles Welsh Classic Trial at Llandudno Promenade is going to be a very enjoyable event. The Classic Trial is a classic car event, with entrants travelling from as far afield as the United States and New Zealand to take part in the prestigious and exciting occasion.
The rally takes place over four days and three nights right in the heart of summer, meaning there are the maximum possible hours of daylight to both race and watch. The action kicks off at Llandudno Promenade, which makes for a lovely welcoming base with its beautiful surroundings and traditional seaside attractions. Expect to see a wide variety of classic cars!
The rally itself is a long one, covering around 500 miles of road, but it is not a particularly gruelling one for the entrants – stops occur every few hours in interesting and unusual venues, for example to enjoy a cup of tea in a stately home or a spot of lunch in an old coaching inn.
And in the evenings, the team put on spectacular dinners, during which the racers can get to know each other and enjoy some seriously good food. It’s a wonderfully unique event that should not be missed.
Located in Llandudno, which can be found off the A55. Take junction 19 off the A470.
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The Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre is exactly what it sounds like – a place where you can hit the slopes, that is based in the lovely, traditional seaside resort town that is Llandudno, on the North Wales coast.
Known as “the Queen of the Welsh Resorts” since the middle of the 19th century, Llandudno is the largest seaside resort town in Wales. Characterised by the long promenade overlooked by the rows of Victorian buildings which make up the South Parade the architecture certainly lives up to this title. The town has 2 popular beaches, North Shore and West Shore.
The town walls of Conwy are a major tourist attraction for the town, and with good reason: they are regarded as one of the most impressive and most intact walled circuits in all of Europe. Dating back to the late 13th century, they are as old as the town itself, and constructed by Edward I to pair with the equally impressive Conwy Castle, they form a foreboding defensive installation.
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