Merthyr Tydfil

On one side of South Wales is the old town, Merthyr Tydfil, which is in the middle. It is approximately 65,000 inhabitants and the numerous historical facts that go back to Industrial Revolution. Merthyr Tydfil, formerly known as the "Iron Capitol of the World," was a big plant for iron and coal for years and it was very important in the changes caused by Industrial Revolution.

Meredyth Tydfil History
Merthyr Tydfil

Not only the Redhouse, the creative arts and culture facility but the site of the town center is restored to the historical building. The Redhouse envisions a diverse cultural palette by hosting different shows all year round: plays, musicals, and art showcases to name a few.

Merthyr Tydfil stands as a new comer in this and boasts an increasing number of independent cafes, restaurants and bars within the town. This is in addition to a thriving food and drink scene. You will find something that will be sure to satisfy your appetite, whatever your preference, from the classic Welsh comfort food, to new flavors from around the globe.

Merthyr Tydfil, apart from having natural treasures such as just breathtaking landscapes, also has some cultural and food offerings. Through the hiking, cycling, and other outdoor activities that abound in the neighborhood, which is located in verdant hills and valleys, residents can access the natural world.

Merthyr Tydfil is a town that it is famous for its extensive and exceptional past events, but what makes it unique from the rest is that this is also a town that is always developing and re-inventing itself. It is the spot you will surely fall in love with as it offers the Best of Everything from it vibrant art scene, outstanding cuisine and drinks, and simply gorgeous landscapes.


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