According to the Lonely Planet Guide Wales has seven of the world's best places to visit.
It has compiled an 'Ultimate Travelist' of 500 places it believes the every traveller must experience.
The places chosen in Wales are:
- Snowdonia (181)
- Portmeirion (207)
- St Davids Cathedral (294)
- Caernarfon Castle (315)
- Brecon Beacons (365)
- Tintern Abbey (373)
- St Fagans National History Museum (431)
Top of the list are the Temples of Angkor, Cambodia.
SAS selection tests are to be changed to protect recruits from dangers such as extreme temperatures, it has been reported.Read the full story ›
Speaking after a coroner ruled that neglect contributed to the deaths of three Army reservists, Brigadier John Donnelly, director of army personnel services, said: "We are truly sorry for all the mistakes the coroner identified today."
No part of the armed forces can be above the law, the widow of an army reservist has said following the conclusion of the inquest into his death.
Bryher Dunsby said the inquest into her husband James's death had uncovered "countless and embarrassing failings" as she accused the Ministry of Defence of "losing sight" of its values and demonstrating "no responsibility".
Speaking outside the inquest in Solihull, she urged the MoD to show "maturity and look at its failings, and to want to improve".
She paid tribute to her "chivalrous, loyal and high-spirited" husband, saying he would have been "hugely disappointed" in the MoD.
Families of the Army reservists who died after an SAS march "are never going to get the full picture", an ex-soldier has told ITV News.Read the full story ›
The family of army reservist Edward Maher have said that it is unacceptable that their son paid for his training 'with his life.'Read the full story ›
L/Cpl Edward Maher, L/Cpl Craig Roberts and Cpl James Dunsby were all part of an SAS reservist test march in the Beacons on July 13, 2013.Read the full story ›
A coroner has ruled that there were gross failings by the Ministry of Defence and that the death of the three soldiers were contributed by neglect.
Coroner rules there were gross failings by MOD and soldiers deaths were contributed by neglect
Coroner now presenting report to prevent future deaths. Says MOD still doesn't have clear plan and guidance on treatment of heat illness
The coroner finished her conclusion at the inquest with a tribute to the three soldiers. She described them as 'exceptionally talented, exceptionally fit' and added that 'all three are still sorely missed.'
The coroner has ruled out unlawful killing after three soldier died whilst on an SAS test march in the Brecon Beacons.
She has also reported that a 'catalogue of very serious mistakes' was made by those involved in the exercise.
Coroner: "there was a catalogue of very serious mistakes made by many people in this exercise" And "systemic failings within organisation"
"It was the actions or in-actions of many that resulted in the soldiers deaths. Therefore not recording ruling of unlawful killing"
Coroner: It was a gross failure not to notice soldiers were static on gps tracker
A coroner at the inquest into the deaths of three soldiers who died whilst on a test march in the Brecon Beacons says the officers in charge 'failed to comply' with army guidelines.
Coroner:Officers in charge (1A&1B) knew one soldier had been withdrawn due to heat illness but failed to comply with army guidelines(JSP539)
Coroner: alarm bells should have been ringing and march should have stopped when soldiers began to withdraw from test with heat illness
Coroner says march should have been stopped at 1214 when first heat casualty was withdrawn and again when two others were withdrawn