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Sarah Griffiths

With my interest in people, history, landscape and culture, working for Routescape is my dream job. It’s my opportunity to combine my experience of travelling, holidaying and studying to create tailormade holidays in memorable locations for visitors to the United Kingdom and Ireland.

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"I specialise in the UK and Ireland and especially Wales. I am naturally interested in culture and heritage, from castles to country houses to industrial heritage. "

How did you get involved in travel?

"After finishing University I travelled widely, living abroad and teaching English in places such as Greece, Japan and France. I was wowed by Asia, so different from my rural Welsh home, with the bluest seas, the most exotic temples and statues, and the tallest skyscrapers. While travelling in Australia and I was so impressed by one of the tour guides, it spurred me on to become involved in inbound tourism back home."

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"My happiest childhood memories are of family holidays, sampling foods and discovering new cultures. The stuffed peppers and tomatoes in Greece, crepes in Brittany and my first proper Italian pizza. "

Sarah is part of the following groups: England Travel Agents, Scotland Travel Agents, Wales Travel Agents
Glenfinnan Viaduct
Discover the Scottish Highlands: Perthshire, Cairngorms National Park, Ben Nevis & Edinburgh - 9 Days

Begin your scenic Highlands tour in the rolling hills of Perthshire and head to Cairngorms National Park, famed for its royal summer visitors.  Meander through the Spey River Valley and its world-famous distilleries to the rugged coastline of the Moray Firth.  Next up is Torridon, an ancient wilderness that embodies the quintessential Highlands landscape.  The return journey takes you to the Great Glen and the majesty of Ben Nevis before ending your adventure in Edinburgh.

Discover Wales - 7 Days

Many travelers have heard of Wales, but few have visited its ruggedly beautiful coastline, ancient castles, and national parks. On this seven-day trip, you'll experience these highlights, enjoy delicious regional cuisine, and hike among the peaks of Snowdonia National Park.

Cornwall coastline
London and Cornwall Adventure - 9 Days

On this British adventure, you'll experience two distinct and wildly different parts of England. Start with a visit to cosmopolitan London, a great global metropolis and a true model of diversity. Then, you're off to the rugged coast and rural beauty of Cornwall, in the southwest region, which is regarded as one of the most scenic counties in England.

Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales
Culinary Tour of Wales - 5 Days

Explore local cuisine and adventure on this 5-day journey through Wales' intimate landscapes. Hike the mountain grasslands of Brecon Beacons and taste local whiskey, then visit sleepy harbor towns and ancient monasteries in Pembrokeshire. Drive along the spectacular Cambrian coast, then end your trip in the jagged mountains of Snowdonia, where mountain views and medieval castles await.

Harlech Castle in North Wales
Legends of Wales - 6 Days

This exploration of Wales' history and legends take you deep into a magical country of King Arthur's legends. Explore the Fortress of Isca, hike in Brecon Beacons, and head west to discover the prehistoric landscape of the Preseli hills and the Pembrokeshire Coast. Drive north along the Cambrian coast to the rolling mountains of Snowdonia to explore King Arthur's legendary landscapes and politically rife Caernarfon Castle.