St Asaph lies between Denbigh and the coastal town of Rhyl in north-east Wales. The city is full of breath-taking views, enchanting history and is even home to the smallest cathedral in Britain. With a population close to 3,700, St Asaph is home to the North Wales Music Festival, which is held in the cathedral each year towards the end of September.
St David’s (full name St David’s and the Cathedral Close) is a city located in Pembrokeshire, Wales, next to the River Alun on St David’s Peninsula. The vibrant and thriving city is in fact the smallest in Britain, in terms of both size and population, with just over 2,000 people living there.