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Visiting Cardiff

There’s so much more than meets the eye

Cardiff is a thriving and colorful city with plenty for all to enjoy. Situated in the heart of the City Centre is Cardiff Castle. Steeped in history and with inspiring architecture everyone will admire, Cardiff Castle is one attraction that you simply cannot afford to miss. For those cultured individuals the National Museum Cardiff has a wide collection of both scientific and artistic collections and the bay area is saturated with restaurants to appeal to even the most discerning palate.

Cardiff Castle

Situated in the city centre Cardiff castle is a very popular tourist attraction dating back to Roman and Norman times with the later influence of William Burges (1866) it has amazing architecture.

Motor Point Arena (Cardiff International Arena, CIA)
With a main arena of some 4000 sq. metres it is Cardiff’s largest purpose built facility.

Millennium Stadium
The iconic Millennium Stadium famous home of Welsh Rugby and venue during the Six Nations.

Cardiff City Stadium
The new stadium opened in July 2009 is home to Cardiff Blues Rugby Club and Cardiff City Football Club.

Cardiff Bay

Cardiff bay is a must for any visit to Cardiff. Cardiff bay has a wide range of attractions and restaurants.  Your visit Cardiff could include the Doctor Who experience, Techniquest, Mermaid Quay, Norwegian Church, Red Dragon Centre or The Wales Millennium Centre.


Castell Coch
A Stunning example of architecture in a picturesque setting on a wooded hillside.

National Museum Cardiff
Part of the complex of buildings that comprise the civic centre it has both scientific and art collections.

Norwegian Church Arts centre
Built in 1868 this Norwegian Sailors church is a famous part of the Bay area.

SWALEC Stadium
With a capacity of some 16,000 and opened in 2008 it is home to Glamorgan Cricket Club.