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Cardiff is the capital city of the principality of Wales. It is a compact friendly capital situated right on the waterfront. Visit Cardiff Castle a medieval castle and Victorian Gothic revival mansion located in the city centre that dates from way back in the 11th century. Wander around the Bay, taking a drink and tapas or for the more adventurous a fast speed boat ride. Feel the power of the national government in the Senedd Buiding. There’s nowhere on earth like Cardiff on international rugby day. Yes, there are things that come close. We get pretty excited when our national football team is in town, or a boxing world title is at stake. It’s thrilling when Beyoncé or the Rolling Stones are rocking the city. But for a unique global cultural experience, it has to be rugby, it has to be the Principality Stadium, and it has to be Cardiff. There’s nothing like it!

Food + Drink

Our top recommendations for the cities restaurants are 'Giovanni's' (the Hayes) an award-winning Italian restaurant known for its delicious, delicate recipes. A great atmosphere every evening with warm and friendly service from all of the staff.
Don't fancy Italian? check out Tommy Heaney's restaurant 'Heaneys' for a luxurious meal with some award-winning recipes from lamb to desserts a brilliant addition to the food culture here in Cardiff.
The last restaurant worth a visit would be 'La Shish' (city road) for some amazingly tasty Mediterranean cuisine serving stakes, seabass and much more tasty dishes!

Let's move onto some bars, the vast and unique bars of Cardiff offer many different experiences here are 3 bars we think you should visit - the Dead Canary, Rum n Fizz and the Gin and Juice bar.

Do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions!


Cardiff is known worldwide for its amazing atmospheric sports venues, especially for its International Welsh team. The city comes to life with fans from everywhere 'Game Day' is a spectacle everyone should experience be it if your a fan or not. Its a truly unforgettable feeling, especially when Wales sings the anthem, Wales's passion towards this event is truly inspiring.

More sports activities in Cardiff are Ice Hockey. The Cardiff Devils play in the Viola arena in the bay, and exhilarating sport to watch as two teams battle it out to score the most point. This hard-hitting, exciting sport a wonder to watch.

Water sports

If you want to try white water rafting then surprisingly Cardiff can offer this to you with its unique watersport centre. Experience the rush and excitement as you fly down the rapids either on a 'boogie-board' or with your friends in a raft. You can also Canoe, kayak or try to stand up paddleboarding in the centre. Why not let your kids try out the 'Air trail' climbing through obstacles through the air over the water.

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