Close to the Welsh border with Cheshire between the country's mountains and the Dee Valley lies North Wales' largest town, Wrexham.
Home to over 60,000 residents, the town is the major centre for retail, culture and commerce in the region and, as such, is a magnet for visitors from far and wide.
Having recently undergone a far-reaching programme of regeneration, Wrexham today is an attractive location for shopping and leisure activities, with wide boulevards, stunning modernist bridges and pleasant parklands.
The town centre is home to a wide variety of bars and restaurants, cinemas, bowling alleys and other sports venues. There are various shopping areas in central Wrexham, as well as a popular open-air market.
There are also a number of out-of-town retail parks on offer, with all major shopping chains represented, for those seeking out a bargain.
Read more about Wrexham in the About Wrexham section.