Conwy Castle - UNESCO heritage since 1986.
Seen from the bridge over River Conwy.
River Conwy's estuary.
Seen from the bridge that leads to Conwy.
It stands on the Quay of Conwy.
Sculpture of mussels.
Made in limestone from Kilkenny, Ireland, it stands on the Quay of Conwy. Mussels play a major role in local economy.
Lower Gate and ancient walls.
Seen from Lower Gate Street, Conwy.
Kind of marketing.
Outside the bar Liverpool Arms, at Lower Gate Street, Conwy.
The smallest house of Great Britain (16th century).
With no more than 10 feet of length (3m) and 4 feet and 3 inches of width (1,3m), it can be visited at Lower Gate Street, Conwy.
Inside the smallest house of Great Britain (16th century), at Lower Gate Street, Conwy. To access the bedroom on the first floor, you must climb a ladder into a sort of trap door.
This medieval house stands on the corner of Castle Street (left) with High Street (right), at Conwy.