The capital of Wales

Cardiff is a city proud of its culture, history and language which has undergone a fascinating journey over the last 2000 years. Discover Cardiff’s progress from a small settlement to the world’s busiest port, to the modern capital city it is today.

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Living here
  • Whatever you’re interested in – Cardiff is sure to deliver.
  • There are loads of places to, shop, eat or drink – from Cardiff Bay and its pop up beach in the summer, food festivals and winter wonderland, to beautiful shopping arcades at Castle Quarter and Royal Arcade.
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Getting around
  • Cardiff is a very compact city and can easily be explored on foot, with the majority of attractions, shops, restaurants all within a few minutes of each other.
  • By bus: Cardiff Buses run an extensive system throughout Cardiff and the local area. A regular bendy bus service connects the city centre with Cardiff Bay.
  • By bike: Cardiff is very flat and easily negotiated by bike. You’ll find plenty of bike racks around the city centre and cycle paths.
  • By train: Regular trains run from Cardiff’s Queen Street station to Cardiff Bay and city stops including Cathays, Ninian Park and Llandaff North. Trains from Cardiff central station link to the Valleys and Vale of Glamorgan as well as high-speed links to London and other cities in the UK.
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Things to do here
  • It seems strange that a place with such a vivid past is best known as Europe’s youngest capital city. But that’s just one of the unexpected things about Cardiff. With so much choice when deciding what to do in Cardiff here are some things to do.
  • If you’re interested in the history of the city, visit Cardiff Castle and the nearby Pontcanna Fields and Sophia Gardens.
  • National Museum Cardiff
  • Wales Millennium Centre
  • Chapter Arts Centre
  • The Taff Trail
  • Principality Stadium
  • Cardiff International White Water