• John Oyston

Cardiff

Cardiff is the capital city of Wales. Top class sport and entertainment and quality shopping can be found in Cardiff’ compact city centre, where modern architecture and historic buildings compliment each other, rather than conflict.

Most city centre attractions are just a short walk from Cardiff Central railway station. Away from the city centre visit the regenerated Cardiff Bay or the Welsh Folk Museum at St Fagans.


Cardiff is a modern city with a history. Walk to Cardiff Castle, The Millennium Stadium and The National Museum from the station. Other attractions are further afield.


Cardiff is a city of contrasts. Stand at the top of the Norman Keep at the Castle and admire the modern architecture of the Principality Stadium. Head out of town to the regenerated buzz of Cardiff Bay or to traditional Welsh life, lovingly recreated at the Welsh Folk Museum. Wander round the shopping centre, where modern malls mix with Victorian arcades, and well known high street names stand alongside locally owned speciality shops.


Getting to Cardiff is easy. There are excellent road and rail links and Cardiff International Airport is just a short drive from the city centre.



http://www.visitcardiff.com/






Llandaff Cathedral Image Public Domain


Cardiff University Public Domain

Principality Stadium Public Domain

Welsh Folk Museum Photo John Oyston under a Creative Commons License

Welsh Folk Museum Photo John Oyston under a Creative Commons License











Cardiff Castle Photo John Oyston under a Creative Commons License


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