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Private 5-Hour Gourmet Safari in Cardiff
"Cardiff has a thriving food scene - Welsh signature foods ethnic and continental foods some locally produced markets and festivals. You will walk around the city centre and Cardiff Bay passing beautiful parks majestic Civic Centre buildings and key landmarks including Cardiff Castle the Principality Stadium  'the home of Welsh rugby'
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Private Cardiff Food and Drink Safari including Water Bus Ride to Cardiff Bay
"On this culinary walking tour in Cardiff you will learn about different kinds of cuisine from sophisticated dining to traditional pubs and street food available in Wales' beautiful capital.The menu alters dependent on the season but you may find unique Spanish/Welsh lager a range of tastings including quintessentially Welsh delicacy called laverbread seasonal specials Welsh cheeses and much more. Discover the wide variety of cafes pubs restaurants
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City Sightseeing Cardiff Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"Croeso! A warm welcome awaits you on this City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off bus tour of Cardiff where you'll hear all about the development of the City and see its fine Civic buildings the new Bay area and the new Millennium Stadium.You can hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. There are 11 stops in total and the entire route takes approximately 50 minutes. The bus departs every 30 - 60 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use.""""The best way to see Cardiff! Join us for a 50-minute City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off bus tour including Cardiff Castle
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Explore Cardiff on foot

As Cardiff is not a big capital city, everything is in walking distance in the city centre. The main sights like the Millenium Stadium or Cardiff Castle are just 5 to 10 minutes on foot from the Central Train Station.

Even Cardiff Bay or the picturesque town of Llandaff are only about 2 to 3 miles outside of the city centre and well worth a nice walk.

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HORSCHECK
Oct 05, 2012

Walking Cardiff Is Easy

We didn't drive or bus around central Cardiff the entire two weeks we were there. You can easily walk to anything in the city - from the castles to the megaplex theaters - in no time at all. I don't recommend doing this at night, but as long as it's daylight it is perfectly safe and fun. There are no scary backalleys and it's quite difficult to get lost. So get a map and walk, you'll see more and get some exercise! That said, if you need transportation Cardiff has it all - planes, trains, taxis, and buses - all within easy reach.

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psychocy
Jan 21, 2006

Seeing Cardiff

When looking around the city centre you're best off walking everywhere. Even if the weather is bad (it does sometimes rain in Cardiff) you are always close enough to a shop, arcade or pub so you'll not get too wet.

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Mar 18, 2003
 
 
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Llandaff Cathedral

The small village of Llandaff is located only about 4km north of the city centre. It now belongs to the city of Cardiff, but it still retains the atmosphere of a village, especially in the area around...
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City Hall

This Edwardian building, built in an English Renaissance style,opened soon after Cardiff received its city status in 1906. The 194 foot high clock tower dominates the City Hall and in 1969 the...
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St. John the Baptist Church

This church goes back the 12th Century and is the second oldest building in use in the city after Cardiff Castle. The church is well known for its volunteer run Tea Room which is opened Monday to...
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Cardiff Castle

Undoubtedly my highlight of visiting Cardiff was exploring the castle. I was excited about visiting as my mum and sister had been previously and enjoyed it a lot. I arrived at about 10.30 am and...
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Roald Dahl Plass

The Oval Basin of Tiger Bay’s old West Bute Dock is now Cardiff Bay’s Roald Dahl Plass. Named after the famous Cardiff-born author, the plaza which is situated adjacent to the Millennium Centre and...
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Cardiff Bay Barrage

The Cardiff Bay Barrage was one of the largest civil engineering projects in Europe during construction in the 1990s and has turned tidal mud flats into a 200 hectare freshwater lake which in turn has...
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