So now it starts to get really serious as we reach the last 16 and the knockout stages. Lose and you are going home! The Danes and Welsh get the fun underway in Amsterdam. Denmark The Øresund Bridge is the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe. Its length is almost 8 kilometres from […]
We come now to the final rounds of group marches. Italy have already qualified for the knockout stages and Wales are expected to join them. The match is played in Rome as all Italy’s matches have thus far. Italy Venice is unique amongst cities for its coexistence with the water that surrounds it and often […]
The match takes place in Baku at 17.00 BST. Turkey were pretty dire in their first match, whilst Wales managed a draw. Wales For some reason Wales is famous for its sheep! There are plenty of them of course, but I am not sure there are any more than in other parts of the UK. […]
Euro 2020 Match Day 2 – Wales v Switzerland
Just like Cornwall without the crowds, that’s the beautiful stretch of coastline in South Wales. I have been there twice and would love to make it a treble. So peaceful and equally stunning. A perfect memory for beating the Monday Morning Blues!
St David’s is the smallest city in the UK and home to a very fine cathedral.
Wales has some stunning coastline. You could be forgiven for thinking the picture below was taken in the Caribbean rather than on the coast between Pembroke and St David’s. Why not join us every Monday morning by posting an inspiring picture featuring the colour blue. @wilburstravels
It’s hard to believe that this photo is from the UK. I hope it helps to beat any Monday morning blues, even though it’s officially a bank holiday here.
Unfortunately Wales is out of bounds for the rest of the UK at the moment. Here are a few photos from a trip we made in 2012 to remind us of what the non-Welsh amongst us are missing.
Tonight Wales unexpectedly play a Euro 16 semi-final in Lyon. They play Portugal who are favourites to win, but then again Belgium were even hotter favourites in the previous round when Wales prevailed 3-1. With the football spotlight on the country and interest in the nation stirred across Europe, tourism may well benefit too. Wales […]