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Cardiff

TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City
From being a Roman fort to flaunting its architectural splendour, hip boutiques and art and music venues today, Cardiff has indeed come a long way. Wale’s capital offers not only rich history but the pep of modern times too.
Unravel the 2000 years of history concealed in the walls of Cardiff castle, explore Wales’ archaeology, geology and natural history collections in the National Museum Cardiff and pay a visit to the performing arts centre: Wales Millennium Centre. Check out the 17th century Tredegar House, the Millennium Stadium on River Taff’s banks, the lush Bute Park and for architectural displays: the Cardiff Bay Waterfront or Senedd. The Doctor Who Experience for the sci-fi fans is an absolute treat. Then there is the weekend buzz, with people shopping, flocking the pubs, bars or partaking live music, that adds to the energy of Europe’s youngest capital.
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Cardiff Castle

Cardiff Castle

Discover the 2,000 year old history of the mighty Cardiff Castle, which is one of the top and foremost tourist and heritage attractions in Wales. The castle itself has passed through the hands of many noble families and finally into the hand of the wealthy Bute family. Explore the Gothic inspired towers, the stained glass, marble and wood carvings, the opulent and detailed interiors and the rich mural work, as you walk around the confines of the castle. Nestled in the city centre, it is open seven days a week for visitors to explore.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Millennium Stadium

Millennium Stadium

Also known as the ‘Stadiwm y Mileniwm’ in Welsh, the Millennium Stadium is the national football stadium of Wales and is home to the national rugby and football teams of Wales. It was opened in 1999 and has a capacity to seat a total of 74,500 spectators. It has played host to six FA Cup finals and is the third largest stadium used in the Six Nations Championship, along with being the second largest in the world with a fully retractable roof. Watch a football match or a rugby contest that takes on a carnival mood.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City National Assembly of Wales

National Assembly of Wales

The National Assembly of Wales also called the Cynulliad Cenediaethol Cymru and locally as the Welsh Assembly, has three buildings—the Senedd, Tŷ Hywel and the Pierhead Building. Parts of this highly acclaimed parliament building are open to the public. Pre-booked guided tours are available where visitors can see the Neuadd, Oriel, Committee gallery and Siambr gallery in the Senedd building. End the tour at the Assembly shop and café offering a variety of refreshments and an opportunity to purchase some souvenirs and gifts.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City HM Prison Cardiff

HM Prison Cardiff

This is a Grade B men’s prison, which was opened in 1832 and at last count, had a population of 784 inmates. It underwent extensive renovation in 1997 and three new wings were added to increase the prison capacity. Today the prison has a detailed rehabilitation programme and also operates a restaurant called The Clink, which sources fresh and organic produce that is run by the prison staff.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Cardiff Indoor Market

Cardiff Indoor Market

Visit the Cardiff Indoor Flea Market, which is the best place where you can while away your time for hours together. The market opened out of what was an unoccupied eight floor building in 2014 and is a treasure trove for items such as vintage furniture, antiques, retro radios, jewellery, trinkets, glassware, gold, silver, crockery, sewing machines, guitars, and movie posters. It is open every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 5pm and after a day of trading and shopping, you can relax with a cup of coffee and some delicious food served in the on-site café.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Wales Millennium Centre

Wales Millennium Centre

Also called the Canolfan Mileniwm Cymru in Welsh, is a centre dedicated to arts. It was established in two phases of which, Phase 1 was opened in 2004 while Phase II was opened in 2009. It spans an area of 4.7 acres and plays host to a genre of events such as opera, plays, ballet, dance, and comedy. The Centre consists of three separate theatres of which, the Donald Gordon Theatre has 1,897 seats, the BBC Hoddinott Hall has 350 seats and the Weston Studio Theatre has 250 seats. Catch a show or a performance here and grab a drink while you’re at it.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City National Museum Cardiff

National Museum Cardiff

Situated in the city’s classy civic centre, the National Museum Cardiff showcases the country’s collection of national art, exhibits related to natural history, geology, archaeology and temporary exhibitions. The highlight of this place is the new Marine gallery where you can witness the world’s largest leatherback turtle and the skeleton of a humpback whale. Walk through 500 years of drawings, sculptures and amazing paintings, while learning about the formation of planet Earth during the Big Bang some 4,600 million years ago.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Chapter Arts Centre

Chapter Arts Centre

Set up in 1971, the Chapter Arts Centre produces, presents and showcases live performances, international art forms and films. It has over 60 working spaces, which are used for a wide range of purposes—training courses being one of them. It was renovated in 2009, which resulted in its visitors doubling to 800,000 annually, making it the second most visited attraction in Cardiff. An art gallery, a café and several bars are also ensconced within its confines. Play the Artful Dodger and see the performance areas and the art house cinemas as well.

Image Courtesy: Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff via Wikimedia Commons
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Doctor Who Experience

Doctor Who Experience

- Get the experience of a lifetime when you visit the Doctor Who Experience situated in Cardiff Bay. The original show has been a part of British childhood for many generations; it comes as no surprise then that it has been running for over 50 years. This place houses the world’s largest collection of Doctor Who artefacts and setting foot here will make you feel like starring in an episode of your own. See the TARDIS which is a 360 degree set, recreated just like the original one on TV.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Splott Market

Splott Market

If you want to strike a quick bargain or make a sale from the boot of a car, then Splott Market is just the place to be. Walk along Titan Road where the market is situated and soak in the ambiance. It has been selling everything, from fruits, vegetables and other wares for the past 26 years. There is something at Splott Market that will get everyone licking their chops, whether you’re a fashionista, a bookworm, a foodie, or a globetrotter. Choose from the wide variety of household items, electronics, appliances, new and second-hand clothing and fresh produce.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Cardiff City Stadium

Cardiff City Stadium

Also called Stadiwm Dinas Caerdydd in Welsh, the Cardiff City Stadium is a football stadium that was opened to the public in 2009. It is home to the Cardiff City Football Club as well as the Welsh national football team. It underwent expansion in 2014 and its seating capacity increased drastically from 27,000 to 33,280 seats. It is the 24th largest football stadium in the UK when it comes to seating capacity. The stadium also doubles up as a concert venue and has seen big names such as Jon Bon Jovi and Stereophonics perform here.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Swanbridge

Swanbridge

Take an excursion to Swanbridge, which used to be a protected waterfront that served the purpose of a commercial harbour. However, all that has stopped today and one can explore the landscape here that has existed since 200 million years made up of breccias, sandstones and red mudstones. Swanbridge is situated at Sully Island, which is a small tidal island and is one of 43 such islands that can be reached by foot from the Welsh mainland. Head out to this settlement and discover a shipwreck, a wild and overgrown island and an old Viking smuggler haunt.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Jacob's Antique Market

Jacob's Antique Market

Visit this gem in ‘Cardiff’s crown of shopping’ called the Jacobs Antiques Market, which is housed on all four floors of a red brick building. Lose yourself in the plethora of second-hand books, vintage clothing, medals, furniture and comics spread out all over this ex-warehouse. This market is open from Thursday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm and should not be missed, especially if you are an aficionado of unusual and vintage items.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Llandaff Cathedral

Llandaff Cathedral

The seat of the Bishop of Llandaff, the Llandaff Cathedral is situated in the city of the same name. Built over the remains of a former church, it was founded in 1120 and is dedicated to Saint Peter, Saint Paul as well as three Welsh saints called Dubricius, Teilo and Oudoceus. The cathedral lies along the Taff River and though it is situated in the centre of the bustling city, by itself it remains virtually unaffected and supremely tranquil. Head here to pay your obeisance to the Lord or if feeling spiritual.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Cardiff Bay Wetlands Reserve

Cardiff Bay Wetlands Reserve

Located in Cardiff Bay, the Cardiff Bay Wetlands Reserve spans an area of 19.8 acres, which was opened as a wildlife reserve in 2002. This place is midway between land and water and offers a vital living ground for many species of animals, birds, fish, and plants. It also provides for favourable conditions for feeding and breeding, it’s also a place where you can spot many species of birds without the use of binoculars. If the weather is good, walk along the board-walk which stretches out over the lake and is also a popular place for bird watching.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Cardiff Story Museum

Cardiff Story Museum

This is the first and perfect place to start your holiday in the city of Cardiff. The Cardiff Story Museum exhibits the history of Cardiff and you can literally live it through the eyes and stories of the local Cardiffians. The museum was opened in 2011 and is housed in the beautiful Old Library that is situated in the heart of the city. This is the best place to get an insight and an introduction to the happenings of Cardiff, the things to do here, and is also a great place for the family to spend a day.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Penarth Pier Pavilion

Penarth Pier Pavilion

Stroll along the picturesque and beautiful Penarth Pier Pavilion and treat your eyes to some spectacular views of sculptures of notable Welsh sportspeople as well as the large boats. You can take a ride across the sea on the boat as well. See the fully restored Art Deco Pavilion, which has an art gallery, a 70-seater cinema hall and a cafe. Relax in the parks, savour the amazing choices of food and drink and take a walk along the shores of the beach.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Cardiff Graffiti and Street Art

Cardiff Graffiti and Street Art

Walk along the streets and roads of Cardiff and see its walls adorned with multi-coloured and myriad murals and art by the world’s best graffiti artists. Llandaff especially, has been brightened up with legal graffiti walls, which is like a breath of fresh air in the background of its industrial units. The tour can be long—three hours, but well worth it. We recommend this one strongly!

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Taff Trail

Taff Trail

Hire a bicycle and explore the length and breadth of Cardiff and its surroundings via this 16.5 mile road called the Taff Trail. Cycle through the city’s vast green open expanses and picturesque parks, and pass by the Taff Valley, which was a vital trading route in the early 20th century. Get a glimpse of the colourful kingfisher birds, grey herons as they feed along the banks of the river, and als the frisky, leaping salmon. As the name suggests it follows the course of the River Taff, take this exhilarating trail between Cardiff Bay and Brecon in Wales.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Drones Comedy Club

Drones Comedy Club

Head to the Drones Comedy Club for a few laughs and unwind in the most effective way. Visit the place and watch the resident hosts Clint Edwards and Dan Thomas talk and present the very best that the stand up comedy scene in the city has to offer. It has a simple look with a ping-pong table, small bar and seating areas curtained-off around the stage. It opens at 8.30pm daily, so make sure that you’ve purchased your ticket in order to avoid getting disappointed. Enjoy some fabulous acts that will leave you in stitches.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Wine Store at No. 4

Wine Store at No. 4

Whether it’s a particular wine label, beer, Champagne or any other spirit, you can be rest assured that the people at Wine Store at No. 4 would be your best bet at driving those blues away. Make sure you pop on a Friday night for their Pop UP Wine Bar and sample a red, white or a sparkling wine by the glass or by the bottle. Private Group Tastings are also on offer and depending on the type of event, the budget and requirements can be discussed and tailor-made accordingly. Pop in here, sample some premium wine and learn to differentiate between a Shiraz and a Chantilli.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Tredegar House

Tredegar House

This is a 17th century country house mansion, which was constructed from 1664 to 1672. It housed generations of the Morgan family for over 500 years and was described as the ‘most exuberant country house’. It also occupies a 90-acre area of a manicured and landscaped garden. It is renowned for its striking red brick exterior and has been used for several filming locations for television serials such as The Hairy Bikers, Da Vinci’s Demons and multiple episodes of Doctor Who.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City BrewDog Cardiff

BrewDog Cardiff

Swing by the BrewDog Cardiff that opened shop in 2014 and serves the most refreshing and invigorating craft beer from 30 mouth-watering taps. Located in the heart of the city, this place has been tastefully created to provide a welcoming and warm ambiance in which one can relax and have a conversation over a few mugs of beer. Some of their brews on tap that are an absolute must have are the Jackhammer, Vagabond, Pumpkin King, Crafty Devil and Kenya Kick.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cardiff Featured City Bute Park

Bute Park

Admire the lush greenery, the historic landscape, the arboretum and the sports pitches at the Bute Park, which is one of UK’s most fantastic and largest parks. Surrounded by the Taff River, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Castle and the Pontcanna Fields, you cannot but help look up in awe at the stunning sights and scenery around. Sprawled over a spacious area of 138 acres, it is called the green heart of Cardiff and sports amazing floral displays and trees in its confines.

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