The Capital of Wales, Cardiff is a bustling city filled with Welsh charm and bursting with things to see and do. Enjoy a pint at one of the many local pubs and bars, immerse in some retail therapy at St David’s, walk along the bay, or explore Cardiff’s very own castle – browse below our selection of attractions in Cardiff and plan your visit today.
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27 - 29 July
Set in the Vale of Glamorgan’s picturesque Countryside, WelshFest is an Outdoor Weekend Live Music Festival just a stones throw away from the Welsh Capital.
14 - 18 August
The hit iconic 1960’s film 'Summer Holiday' starring Cliff Richard is now the feel- good musical of the year, bringing music, laughter and fun to the stage as it becomes the happiest hit musical around.
Best Restaurant: Zerodegrees Cardiff is a working brewery that produces a mouth-watering menu of freshly made pizza, pasta, risotto, and more, as well as of course, a varied selection of hand-crafted beers.
Best Shopping: Housed in a Grade II listed building, the Royal Arcade dates back to 1858 and is filled with quaint independent shops selling everything from Welsh crafts to food oils, and more.
Best Kept Secret: Cardiff Bay is filled with things to do and see on the waterfront. Drop into Mermaid Quay, explore the Norwegian Church Arts Centre, or embark on a Cardiff Sea Safaris boat trip.