Cardiff, Wales’ capital city offers spectacular shopping, museums, dining and entertainment. Easy to explore on foot you can visit the free  National Museum Cardiff and spectacular Cardiff Castle all within the city centre. 

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Chef serving food

Cardiff: an insider’s guide

If you’re visiting Cardiff, a little local knowledge helps you dive deeper into the city’s soul and find the very best places to eat, drink and visit

The Pierhead Building and The Senydd in Cardiff Bay

Must do Cardiff Bay

Cardiff’s waterfront offers heaps to do – funky bars, playgrounds, boat trips and attractions.

Cardiff Castle, Gatehouse and Grounds, Cardiff

Cardiff Castle

From the gargoyles on the castle walls to secret tunnels, Cardiff Castle is brought vividly to life.

Crowd with 'PRIDE' banners in Queen Street, Cardiff.

Gay Cardiff: out in the capital

Cardiff’s lively gay scene sits comfortably amidst the city’s shopping district and historical sites.

Victorian blacksmith at work in St Fagans. The blacksmith's workshop is one of the attractions at the Welsh history museum in St Fagans near Cardiff.

South Wales history

There are fantastic places to find out about South Wales’ historic past. From Cardiff Castle to the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, plan your adventure.