Cardiff

Cardiff only became the capital of Wales in 1955, but it’s taken to the role like a duck to water. From its ancient fort to the ultra-modern waterfront, what the city lacks in scale it more than makes up for in culture and entertainment.

St Fagans


Explore the glorious grounds of St Fagans, where the past is brought to life through the reconstruction of our ancestors’ society and livelihood.

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Jacob’s Market


Whether you’re looking for antique trinkets or the perfect coffee spot with a friend, you’ll find it all in this quirky and vibrant Cardiff market.

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The Clink


The Clink is the first restaurant to employ prisoners and rehabilitate ex-offenders. But don’t worry, the food is far from prison standard.

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The Doctor Who Experience


EXTERMINATE that craving for adventure and satisfy your inner Time Lord. From Daleks to Cybermen, help the Doctor defeat a whole universe of monsters.

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The Vaults


Travel down the rabbit hole into an underground world of music you won’t want to return from, and discover the best names in house, techno and drum & bass.

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More destinations to explore…

Bath
Bath

Probably the most sophisticated World Heritage site on the UNESCO list. There's more to Bath than baths.

Cardiff only became the capital of Wales in 1955, but it’s taken to the role like a duck to water.

London
London

London is one of the greatest cities in the world. If you've never been there, a trip to the capital doesn't cost the earth.

Bruton
Bruton

The small country town that's become such a magnet for faces of fashion, art and showbiz that a walk to the shops can feel like lunch at The Ivy.

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