All you need to know about Wrexham

City Facts - Wrexham

Wrexham is a town in Wales, located between Dee Valley and the Welsh Mountains. It’s the fourth biggest urban area in Wales and has a population of more than 66,000. The main language spoken in Wrexham is English and the main currency used is the British Pound. The town has a warm and temperate climate and sees considerable rainfall throughout the year. As a large retail and commercial centre, Wrexham is well suited to business travellers and offers a variety of serviced apartments.

Wrexham has been occupied since the Mesolithic period and was known very early on for its metalwork industry. The town is thought to have served as a key agriculture and trade hub during Roman times, and, by the 16th century, was a hotbed for smiths, weavers, nailers for occupied its various workshops and dye houses. These working professionals have helped grow Wrexham’s reputation as a business travel hub and paved the way for serviced apartments that followed in the future.

The Industrial Revolution saw the rise of steam engines in Wrexham and the production of leatherware. These industrial developments, coupled with improvements in Wrexham’s living standards, helped increase the town’s population. The town had many famous visitors at this time including writer, Samuel Johnson, who described Wrexham as a “busy, extensive and well-built town”. It was during this period of growth that Wrexham’s business travel status continued to prosper.

Today, Wrexham is the largest town in North East Wales. It matches natural beauty with ancient wonders, leaving plenty to be explored by arriving business travel professionals. Points of interest include Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, Ty Mawr Country Park and Wrexham County Borough Museum. Upgrade your business travel trip to Wrexham by partaking in the various activities which the town has to offer.

Wrexham boasts four train stations and is also well-connected by buses. Its train stations are Wrexham Central, Wrexham General Ruabon and Gwersyllt. The closest airport to Wrexham is Liverpool Airport, at roughly 38 miles away.

With a stay in a SilverDoor apartment, you can reap all the benefits of business travel Wrexham whilst enjoying quality serviced accommodation.