Things to see and do - Cardiff
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Don’t be deluded into dismissing Cardiff as a charmless industrial city: a proud castle overlooks a huge park and Georgian houses incorporating some capricious architectural motifs line its streets. The Cardiff Bay district has witnessed a bold regeneration programme which has redefined the city’s long relationship with the sea. The Welsh capital merits thorough exploration; don’t miss the remarkable National Museum Wales.
Tourist attractions Cardiff : Things to see and do
Cathays Park GB - Cardiff CF10 3NP
The museum's remarkable collections are divided into three main sections. The Natural History section presents the nature and ecosystems of Wales; the Archaeology section exhibits objects and written documents that retrace daily life from prehistory ..
GB - Saint Fagans CF5 6XB
Don't miss this Welsh ethnographic museum coupled with a castle, which will delight children and adults alike! In addition to the two exhibitions dedicated to agricultural life and traditional costumes, in the grounds stand reconstructions of buildin..
GB - Tongwynlais CF15 7JS
Castell Coch is a fantasy castle of medieval inspiration. It was started in 1875 by the wealthy Maquess of Bute and the architect William Burges, and bears some resemblance to the city of Carcassonne (France) and the castle of Chillon (Switzerland). ..
88 St Mary's St GB - Cardiff CF10 1DW
The stylish, central Royal Hotel Cardiff is a 2-minute walk from the Millennium Stadium and a 5-minute walk from the train station and St David's Shopping Centre. Set in a Grade II listed Victorian building hotel built in 1866, The Royal Hotel now b..
Castle Street GB - Cardiff CF10 1XD
Situated between the Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Castle, this hotel is a perfect base for business and leisure guests. A large car park is available to guests. With a fantastic location in the city centre, the hotel has 157 fully air conditioned ..
21 St Mary Street GB - Cardiff CF10 1PL
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In the heart of Cardiff city centre, this family-run hotel offers free Wi-Fi and a full cooked breakfast each morning. Cardiff Central Rail Station is a 5-minute walk away. Each room at Cardiff Sandringham Hotel has an LCD flat-screen TV with Freevi..
Leisure activities Cardiff
Learn to surf, or brush up on your skills with a surfing lesson at the idyllic Ocean Beach. With this awesome private lesson taught by experienced instructors, learn the art of paddling through, standing up on, and, ultimately, riding the gnarly wa..
Prices from : -60 €
Discover all that the La Jolla Ecological Reserve has to offer with its abundance of marine life on a kayak and snorkel tour. An expert guide leads you off the shores of San Diego in search of bat rays, leopard sharks, and garibaldi fish. You also ..
Prices from : -85 €
Enjoy convenient private transportation between the San Diego Cruise Ship Terminal and San Diego International Airport (SAN) or your hotel in the comfort of a towncar. San Diego Hotels Select this option for hotels in San Diego. Available neighb..
Greyfriars Rd GB - CF10 3AL Cardiff
Kingsway GB - CF10 3HH Cardiff
Park Pl GB - CF10 3UD Cardiff
Meridian Gate, Bute Terr. GB - CF10 2FL Cardiff
20 Park Pl GB - CF10 3DQ Cardiff
Striking building designed by William Burgess in the late 1800s, overlooking Gorsedd Gardens. The oak-panelled dining room has a formal air. Menus are modern - each dish is matched with a wine from the impressive New World list.
13 Quay St GB - CF10 1EA Cardiff
Long-standing restaurant near the stadium. Flavoursome country dishes are a perfect match for the rustic, osteria-style interior, and range from carpaccio of beef to homemade pasta with a rich ragu or roast mallard with polenta.