For millenniums people have seen Britain best by foot and today is no exception, writes the aptly named Leanne Walker.
Scott Ellis finds the welcome overwhelming on a visit to his ancestral homeland.
Keith Austin takes in the history, hospitality and language of north Wales.
Portmeirion is a quirky, imaginative place you have to visit, John Maddocks writes.
A country of majestic landscape and near-unpronounceable names claims Jill Hocking's heart.
The opulent Llangoed Hall is licensed to thrill, Debra Solomon writes.
Valerie Lawson samples a not so rare bit of Welsh countryside.
Inside the walls of classic Welsh castles, Joan Vandewerdt finds more walls ... and a sense of medieval adventure.