Buzz·Posted on 23 Feb 201530 Reasons You Should Never Visit WalesSeriously, just don't even.by Jamie JonesBuzzFeed Staff 1. Everyone seems to think that Wales is a beautiful country. Flickr: danrocha / Creative Commons Lake Vyrnwy, Powys. 2. Which is completely absurd. Flickr: jixxer / Creative Commons Mt Tryfan, Snowdonia. 3. It's not beautiful at all. Tub9darts / Getty Images Gower Peninsula, Swansea. 4. For a start, it's always raining. Bahadir-yeniceri / Getty Images South Stack Lighthouse, Holy Island. 5. Literally all the damn time. Milangonda / Getty Images Pennard Cliffs, Gower. 6. Which of course means no other weather exists. Esen Tunar / Getty Images Snowdonia, Gwynedd. 7. It's impossible to even see the sky through all the damn rain clouds. Flickr: adrian_kingsley-hughes / Creative Commons Bodfordd, Anglesey. 8. Plus the landscape is incredibly dull. Leighcol / Getty Images Brecon Beacons National Park, Powys. 9. It's all just featureless mountains. Flickr: 47515486@N05 / Creative Commons Padarn lake, Gwynedd. 10. Everywhere you look. Nuvisionsphotography / Getty Images Pen yr Ole Wen. 11. Who seriously wants to see this? Juliaannmarshall / Getty Images Llynnau Mymbyr, Capel Curig. 12. There's really no escape. Matt Gibson / Getty Images Llyn Cwellyn, Snowdonia National Park. 13. Not even underground. Flickr: lodekka / Creative Commons Dan-Yr-Ogof caves, Powys. 14. Was Tom Jones high when he sang about the green, green grass of home? Zoonar / Getty Images 15. And don't get me started on the buildings. Flickr: squirmelia / Creative Commons Tenby Harbour, Pembrokeshire. 16. They're all just so grey. Flickr: eifion / Creative Commons Portmeirion, Gwynedd. 17. And uninspired. Flickr: wojtekgurak / Creative Commons Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff. 18. Not to mention the fact that everyone lives on a farm. Flickr: geezaweezer / Creative Commons Cardiff Bay, Cardiff. 19. Isolated from the world around them. Flickr: marksphotostream / Creative Commons Cardiff City, Cardiff. 20. Which of course means loads of traveling on non-scenic routes. Flickr: adrian_kingsley-hughes Menai Bridge, Anglesey. 21. Boring. Flickr: 47515486@N05 / Creative Commons Snowdon Mountain Railway, Gwynedd. 22. There's nothing of any historical interest. Jupiterimages / Getty Images Caernarfon Castle, Gwynedd. 23. It's as if civilization just emerged overnight. Flickr: jacquiross / Creative Commons Pentre Ifan, Pembrokeshire. 24. There's no wildlife to see, just sheep. Flickr: vidyo / Creative Commons Rhayader, Powys. 25. Look all the damn sheep. They're everywhere. Flickr: oliver_symens_de / Creative Commons Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire. 26. And then there are the god-awful beaches. Matt_gibson / Getty Images Three Cliffs Bay, Gower Peninsula. 27. Completely overcrowded and littered with trash. Flickr: mariosp / Creative Commons Freshwater West, Pembrokeshire. 28. And just plain ugly. Milangonda / Getty Images Monknash, Glamorgan. 29. Seriously, there's no point in ever visiting Wales. Leighcol / Getty Images Brecon Beacons, Powys. 30. You'll only be disappointed. Flickr: vertigogen / Creative Commons Llangollen, Denbighshire.