Unlock the magic of Cardiff

Did you know Cardiff is known as the City of Arcades as it has the biggest concentration of modern, Victorian and Edwardian shopping arcades in Britain. Cardiff is the capital of Wales and is the base for Senedd Cymru – Welsh Parliament, most national cultural institutions and Welsh media. Principality Millennium Stadium has one of the largest sliding roofs in the world and is the second-largest stadium in the world with a fully retractable roof.

Attractions in Cardiff

Cardiff Castle
Today's structure was commissioned by William the Conqueror in the 11th century, though it was built where a previous Roman fort had stood since the 3rd century.
Cardiff Millennium Stadium
Opening in 1999, the stadium is the home field for Welsh rugby, and also serves as a concert and event venue.
Cardiff City Hall
The Edwardian style Grade I building was erected in 1904, though four other city halls preceded it.
National Museum Cardiff
It is part of Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Caerdydd - the National Museum Wales - and serves as an art gallery, a museum of botany, geology and zoology.
St David's Metropolitan Cathedral
A Roman Catholic church built in the Gothic Revival style, the church roof was bombed in World War II, restored after the war, and still serves as the center of the Catholic Church in Wales.
Cardiff Central Market
Serving the locals since the 1700s, the central market boasts a single glass roof, under which all trading is done. Pop in for a variety of fares and goods.


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