The Welsh capital in the south of the country is a diverse city that has been influenced by the Romans and Normans, as well as the industrial revolution and coal industry. Today it is a thriving, international city with many historical and cultural attractions, as well as being the home to the new BBC Wales studios in Cardiff Bay that is the location for Doctor Who, Casualty and Upstairs Downstairs. The city is also known for its sports and was designated a City of Sport for 2009, with the world renowned Millennium Stadium being one of the UK’s top event and sports venue.
Visit the Martin Tinney Gallery that was founded in 1989 and is now one of Wales’ premier art galleries
Take a tour of the remarkable Cardiff Castle with the sites history that dates back 2,000 years
Take a trip out of town to St Fagans National History Museums, one of Europe’s foremost open-air museums and Wales’ most visited heritage attraction
Cardiff is a foodies paradise, visit during the International Food & Wine Festival in July for a chance to try delicious food & drink from around the world, as well as local produce of Wales
Visit Cardiff for the St David’s Day celebrations in 1 March when the city comes alive and includes a colourful carnival, street musicians and events around the city
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