Visit Cardiff and explore the largest city in Wales. The Welsh Capital has a historic maritime culture once being home to the biggest coal port in the world.
Capital City of Wales and home of the Welsh Parliament, Cardiff has a rich and varied array of attractions to discover.
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Situated on the banks of the river Severn estuary, Cardiff Bay alone is worth exploring and has plenty of attractions either in the water via the Aqua Park, on the water on one of several boat tours, or being entertained on land at the Wales Millennium Centre.
Cardiff bay is home to the International Sports Village where you can partake in numerous activities including, white water rafting, paddle boarding, gorge walking, indoor wave pool, canoeing, climbing and an air trail. You can also take a boat trip across to the ancient Flat Holm Island. An island with a rich history from Vikings to Anglo-Saxons and an abundance of wildlife.
Other attractions at Cardiff Bay include the home of the Welsh parliament (The Senedd), Techniquest and the Giant Wheel.
Learn about 2000 years of history of Cardiff castle. Situated in the centre of Cardiff and surrounded by magnificent gardens & lawns. Originally a Roman fort, built upon by the Normans.
Head to Cardiff’s exquisite civic centre and visit the National Museum Cardiff. Here you can view the various galleries like the Evolution of Wales, Natural History and Clore Discovery Centre. The Art collection is known to be amongst the finest in Europe. The museum is also FREE to enter.
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The best way to get to know Cardiff and discover its history and attractions is by conducting a sightseeing tour. You will get all the information and facts from a local guide as well as see the sights you may have missed or not known about otherwise. There are many tours to choose from when you visit Cardiff both walking and by bus.
Getting around Cardiff is easy with its excellent train and bus network, and the city is served by Cardiff Airport for both international and domestic flights. The Airport is around 10 miles from the city centre and has a regular bus service. There is also a water taxi service around Cardiff Bay.
For your satnav:
Cardiff Castle: Castle Street, Cardiff CF10 3RB
Cardiff International Sports Village: Leckwith Road, Cardiff CF11 8AZ
Wales Millennium Centre: Bute Place, Cardiff CF10 5AL
National Museum Cardiff: Park Grove, Cardiff CF10 3NP
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