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- closeHavannah Street, Cardiff, CF10 5SDexpand mapcloseclosemoreclose
- Save 44%closeKingsway, Cardiff, CF10 3HHexpand mapcloseclosemoreclose
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- closeMeridian Gate, Bute Terrace, Cardiff, CF10 2FLexpand mapcloseclosemoreclose
- Save 11%closeGreyfriars Rd, Cardiff, CF10 3ALexpand mapcloseclosemoreclose
- Save 24%closeSchooner Way - Atlantic Wharf, Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff, CF10 4RTexpand mapcloseclosemoreclose
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- Save 46%close24-26 Newport Road, Cardiff, CF24 0DDexpand mapcloseclosemoreclose
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- Save 22%closeTyndall Street, Cardiff, CF10 4BBexpand mapcloseclosemoreclose
Located on the south coast of Wales, the capital city of Cardiff has a population of around 350,000 and is a hot spot for tourists in Welsh culture and history. As a lively and modern city, Cardiff is considered amongst the top ten UK shopping destinations and holds several music and food festivals during the summer months. The area has a large amount of green space including Bute Park, which is located right in the centre of Cardiff. Additionally, there are five castles to explore and an impressively regenerated Bay area that is home to the Wales Millennium Centre. Other points of interest include The National Museum of Cardiff, Cosmeston Medieval Village, Llandaff Cathedral and Penarth, which was a Victorian seaside resort on the outskirts of the city. With no shortage of nightlife, shopping, open space and historical attractions, Cardiff has something for everyone.
Staying in Cardiff
There are a number of accommodation options within the city, but if you want to secure the best deal its best to book in advance when events are being held at the Millennium Stadium. Budget travellers will find a good selection of low-cost hotels clustered around the centre of Cardiff, which allows for easy access to the major shopping areas and makes it easy to get home after a night out. More luxurious accommodation can be found around Cardiff Castle and Cardiff Bay, which are well serviced by public transport and offer spectacular scenery to boot.
Getting around Cardiff
Cardiff International Airport is located just 12 miles from the city and is served by several major airlines. Cardiff Central railway station is another major point of entry, linking the city with London Paddington, the southwest coast of England and the rest of Wales. Getting around the city is easy due to the comprehensive bus service and close proximity of many of the main attractions. Additionally, there's a summer waterbus that runs along the River Taff.