Swansea is a coastal city and county located in Wales, UK. It lies within the historic county boundaries of Glamorgan and the ancient Welsh commote of Gŵyr on the southwest coast.

Swansea is the second-largest city in the country, as well as being the twenty-fifth largest in the UK. If you plan on visiting, be sure to have an Afternoon Tea in Swansea. There is never a bad time, after all, to indulge with all of your favourite treats and snacks!

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Evidence suggests that people have lived in and around the present-day city since the Stone Age. The Romans later occupied the area before it likely became a Viking trading post.

The earliest known form of its modern name appeared in the first charter, granted between 1158 and 1184, recorded as “Sweynesse”. In 1215, King John granted a second charter when it was noted as “Sweyneshe”. By the 1800s, Swansea had become a key centre for copper-smelting.

The first half of the 20th century was a difficult time for Swansea, beginning with the decline of its heavy industries. During the Second World War, the city suffered significant damage from German bombing, particularly the Swansea Blitz of 1941.

Thankfully, things started to look up after it was granted city status in 1969. Now, the area has become a popular tourist destination, with several Afternoon Tea Swansea establishments to choose from.