Cardiff



Heritage, green spaces and a buzzing cultural scene, Cardiff, offers all three – and much more besides. Historic but packed with modern attractions, this is a city on a high.

Getting around
Cardiff is relatively small compared to many capital cities, so much of it can be explored on foot.
 
Sights
Cardiff’s historic castle has timeless appeal and its contemporary landmarks, such as the Wales Millennium Centre and the Millennium Stadium, are world class.
 
Leisure
Ready to let your hair down? Cardiff has traditional pubs, fun festivals and pop-up events with 21st century clout. Foodies are catching on to Cardiff’s multicultural restaurant scene and shopaholics on the blend of international boutiques and big name stores in the attractive city centre.
 
Welshness
For others, it’s the city’s unmistakable Welshness that’s the key to its appeal. From the warm smiles in the Victorian market to the glowing inscriptions on the Wales Millennium Centre, it’s a city of music, poetry and pride.
 

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