In recent times, Bangor University has been one of the beacons of excellence for Welsh education and the student base add to the estimated 17,000 people currently living there.
Bangor lies close to the Isle of Anglesey and is close to the Ogwen River. It is easily accessible by road and is very close to the coastline, meaning a trip to the beach is just a short journey away from you during your trip to the idyllic city.
What is there to see and do?
Bangor has many attractions and activities, including:
Open events at Bangor University
National Nature Reserve
Many pubs & clubs
Shopping in Bangor
As an almost archaically styled city on the North Wales coast, you can expect plenty of delightful boutique shops to be dotted around Bangor as well as all the regular chain stores you’d come to expect from a modern and thriving location.
Events on in Bangor
To fit the student lifestyle, Bangor has many nightclubs and public houses which all provide great nights out for you and your party. Whether you’re after a hectic night out or simply want to unwind in a small pub in the corner, there’s much in the way of nightlife in this city.
Should you be after events fit for the whole family, the Bangor New Music Festival has been a staple of the events calendar in the city for over a decade and is going from strength to strength with each edition. Experience the newest and most exciting in music acts every year at Bangor University.
“Bangor bus tour” by www.flickr.com/photos/nationalassemblyforwales
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