The UK’s smallest capital city might not have the all-star appeal of its rivals, but Cardiff’s blend of historic landmarks.
Take a walking tour around the city, starting off with the city’s most striking landmark – Cardiff Castle. Explore the underground WWII tunnels and marvel at the exquisite Victorian apartments that make up the fairy-tale castle.
Cardiff is a hub of art, theatre and literature, and there’s plenty of home grown talent to discover. Pay a visit to The National Museum of Welsh Life at St Fagan's, then explore the country’s geological history at the National museum and Art Gallery, also home to a fantastic array of Welsh art.
With so many attractions close by, there’s no reason to just stay in the city. Take a day trip to the Anglo-Norman Caerphilly Castle, one of Britain’s largest medieval fortresses; explore the Roman Ruins of Caerleon, home to the amphitheatre known as ‘King Arthur’s Round Table.