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  • Bute Park and Castle Walls
    Bute Park and Castle Walls
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  • Bute Park: stone circle
    Bute Park: stone circle
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    Cardiff Bay
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  • 1. Cardiff Castle

    Cardiff is a seaport as it's built on the tidal estuary of the River Taff. Since it's decline in coal mining, Cardiff has restored and revitalized and has done a great job in attracting tourists -...

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  • 2. Famous People of Cardiff

    This time I was not much allowed for any shopping or sightseeing ƒ¼, we were really bad on time, as we had to pack all the stuff for the big moving. My most visited place was the Barry?s dump LOL,...

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  • 3. Cardiff Bay

    Cardiff Bay used to be an industrial area with old docks, but it is nowadays transfered into an entertainment and recreation area with walkways, attractions and both trendy and traditional restaurants...

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  • 4. Cardiff by night

    Some buildings in Cardiff are beautifully illuminated at night. First of all, the Millenium Stadium and its reflections in the river Taff look fascinating at...

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  • 5. Parks and Gardens

    Cardiff has many nice parks and gardens, like Cathays Park, Roath Park or Sophia Gardens. The largest and probably most popular park is Bute Park, which was the...

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  • 6. History of Cardiff

    Due to the fact that Cardiff lies at the centre of three river systems, the Taff, the Ely and the Rhymney the original residents were able to control trade and...

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  • 7. My itinerary

    I thought I might post my itinerary here to show others how much time is approximately needed, especially when travelling on public transport. It might give you...

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  • 8. Travelling to Cardiff and Wales - attitude

    Ok, just a warning - I will now climb upon my soapbox and have a rant!The first thing I want to write in this tip is something many VTers and other travellers...

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  • 9. What I still have to do...

    Always leave something for the next visit... These are the things I didn't to in Cardiff so far and that I want to do when going back! Boat trip to Flat Holm...

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  • 10. Books about Wales

    When preparing a trip, I like to read books about the new place - not only guidebooks, but also books about the history and other aspects. When preparing the...

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  • 11. cadw Explorer Pass

    If you are planning to visit some places outside of Cardiff, it might be worth to buy an Explorer Pass offered by cadw. cadw (pronounce cadu with a short u in...

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  • 12. Photographing Grey Squirrels

    During my stay in Cardiff, I saw many Grey Squirrels - I especially recall watching one in Llandaff, and then many, many of them when I walked up the small...

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  • 13. Torchwood

    Torchwood is a science-fiction drama created by Russell T Davies and is about a team whose job it is to investigate the unusual, the strange and the...

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  • 14. The weather and how to survive it

    Cardiff can be very pleasant weatherwise in Summer, but when shopping beware that in the pedestrian centre cool winds can suddenly hit you when you pass a side...

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  • 15. Winter Wonderland

    During the Christmas period Cardiff has a great Winter Wonderland which consists of Christmas market type stalls and attractions like Ice Skating and a big...

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  • 16. Visitor Centre

    The visitor centre is in the same building as the Exhibition, not far from St John's Church, Trinity Way. The entrance is up steps into a glass sort of porch....

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  • 17. Match Days in the City Centre

    Cardiff city centre turns into a car-free zone when there is a large sports event in the Stadium. Buses stop at the edge of the city centre. The streets are...

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  • 18. Walkable City

    Cardiff has some lovely public parks within the city center.Cardiff city center is fairly compact and walking is the best option to visit the attractions and...

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  • 19. An atmosphere like no other

    The absolute best time to visit Cardiff is during a period of international Rugby, whether it's a World Cup, a Six Nations tournament or simply an international...

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  • 20. The National Museum and Gallery of Wales

    I'd lived in Cardiff for several years before I ever went to the museum, and I admit to being amazed. I was expecting a much smaller, locally-focused museum and...

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  • 21. What A Bootiful Place

    Great City, Great people and Great architecture. By the way Paul Blakes mammy asked me to find him some friends. He studies Medicine at Cardiff University for...

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  • 22. Walking Cardiff

    Cardiff is a relatively flat city in the center and easy to walk. It's compact as well, most of the attractions are close together. There is a nice pedestrian...

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  • 23. Architecture in Cardiff

    There was one style of architecture that i noticed a lot in Cardiff, especially in the residential areas but many churches and city center buildings also seemed...

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  • 24. Because of my 'poor' English,...

    Because of my 'poor' English, some lines from the WEB:Situation: Carreg Cennen, located north of Swansea, a few miles south-east of Llandeilo on a minor road...

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  • 25. get absolutely ratted and stay...

    get absolutely ratted and stay in st mary street as that's the only place where the clubs and bars are ne goodhow ever zeus is a short while from there.only a...

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