You can now travel by dragon in Wales

written by Lottie Gross

updated 17.10.2018

Who wants to drive for hours on winding Welsh roads, or take one of those tiny local stopping trains, when you could hop on the back of a dragon and make the journey between Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons in just 32 minutes?

No, the Queen of Dragons from Game of Thrones hasn't taken over Wales (although we're sure she'd approve of such public transit). Google Maps now includes some more alternative transport options.

Travel by Dragon Copyright Google Maps 2015

Copyright Google Maps 2015

As if the 100mph zip lines in Snowdonia weren't enough, Google Maps have added dragons to the list of travel options in Wales.

This isn't the end of it, either. In Scotland you can take a ride on the Loch Ness Monster from Fort Augustus to Urquhart Castle.

Loch Ness Monster Copyright Google Maps 2015

Copyright Google Maps 2015

We're hoping the next updates will be directions for travel by kangaroo across the Australian desert, or magic carpet around the Arabian Peninsula. What would you like to see?

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