Within Cardiff, Wales' Capital you'll find unique attractions,
top class entertainment and quality shopping with a difference -
all within walking distance.
The City centre is mix of new and old. The part
Roman, part Norman, part Victorian Castle stands next to the modern
Principality Stadium and modern high street shops and malls are
interlaced with old Victorian and Edwardian arcades.
Recently named the 6th best shopping destination in the UK,
Cardiff also offers quality shopping with a difference all year
Highlights of a visit include the iconic Wales
Millennium Centre, inspired by the Welsh landscape, language
and culture situated on Cardiff Bay's waterfront and the
world-famous Principality Stadium which has helped place
Cardiff firmly on the world sporting map. Both of these venues
offer guided tours and group rates.
Also, the jewel in the city's crown is Cardiff Castle offering
guided tours of the Victorian Neo Gothic apartments as well as the
opportunity to enjoy a traditional Welsh banquet and an evening of
entertainment within the medieval Undercroft - a true taste of
The Bay is also home to the Doctor
Who Experience, where visitors do battle with Daleks and
Cybermen on a journey in time in the Tardis and see monsters,
costumes and props from the BBC Wales series - much of which was
filmed in and around Cardiff. If you don't mind getting wet,
Cardiff International White Water is waiting, with rafting, slalom
canoeing and other white water adventures.
All of the above sit within the one square mile of Cardiff's
bustling city centre alongside luxury hotels, a network of shopping
malls and arcades, and a wide range of restaurants, bars and
Download the group travel plan for Cardiff here.
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