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The second smallest city in Britain, St Asaph, is in the county of Denbighshire in north-east Wales. For fans of classical music, St Asaph offers an annual festival dedicated to the genre called the North Wales International Music Festival, set in the striking location of the city’s cathedral.

Transport links
The nearest train station to St Asaph is Rhyl which is connected to cities such as Cardiff, London and Manchester. Local bus routes are also available, and St Asaph is an access point for a long-distance walk.
Renting Prices
In Denbighshire, basic rents are £66.57 per week for a bedsit, £74.89 per week for a one-bedroom flat/maisonette and going up to £119.55 per week for a five-bedroom house
In St Asaph, pubs and restaurants make up the majority of the nightlife, offering good food and drinks in quiet sit-down environments. If looking for bigger nights out, it might be worth travelling to other cities nearby which offer more bars and clubs.
Notable Attractions
For historical days out, St Asaph has a number of sights worth seeing such as the cathedral, with St Margaret’s Church and Rhuddlan Castle nearby. If you fancy a quiet picnic and walk with friends, Brynbella Gardens is a short distance from the city, with widespread land around a neoclassical villa.
The economy in St Asaph
The St Asaph Business Park includes companies from science, engineering, energy, creative and service industries.
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