The Welsh capital is full of unique attractions, innovative architecture and thriving shopping centres. Between the vibrant waterfront of Cardiff Bay and the bustling city centre, there is plenty of culture with art galleries and museums to look around. Ideally located for day-tripping to surrounding areas, Cardiff is surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches, ancient historical sites and gorgeous gardens. For a varied tour with the buzzing atmosphere of a lively city, combined with serene and scenic excursions in the rolling Welsh countryside, this destination is perfect for group travel.
Wonder at Wales’ thriving & varied capital
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Make the most of your visit to the Welsh capital with a guided tour from an expert local guide. You will learn all about the city’s history and culture on this lively tour, part by coach and part on foot: discover contemporary buildings beside historic relics, unique attractions and an eclectic culture.
Explore one of Wales’ most important heritage monuments, set in the city centre’s scenic parklands. This medieval castle and Victorian Gothic revival mansion is steeped in history – the original 11th century Norman castle was built on top of a 3rd century Roman fort. Inside you’ll be greeted with decadent murals, intricate wood carvings and stunning stained glass.
Sitting by Cardiff Bay is the National Assembly for Wales’ Siambr (debating chamber) and Committee Rooms. On this tour you’ll gain some fascinating insights into how the Welsh Parliament or Senedd operates. This striking modern building proudly boasts being one of the most environmentally friendly parliamentary buildings in the world.
With a magnificent 16th century castle, pretty gardens and extensive grounds, this site is a popular film location which has featured in Doctor Who and Poldark. Over 50 original buildings offer fascinating glimpses into history in this open-air museum, including ironworkers’ cottages, a medieval church and a Victorian school. Learn all about traditional skills by trying out some of the craft workshops.
With 1,100 years of history to explore, The Royal Mint makes for an intriguing visit. A guided behind-the-scenes tour shows how the coins are produced, and the fascinating exhibitions display some of the world’s rarest coins and artefacts. This is also the only place in Britain where you can strike your own coin.
This National Trust attraction contains impressive Edwardian gardens, spread over more than 55 acres, created by landscape architect Thomas Mawson. The imposing Victorian mansion, Dyffryn House, overlooks a collection of gardens which exude 1920s splendour, including the Rose Garden, Pompeian Garden and an arboretum containing trees from across the globe.
Located near Newport, Tredegar House is one of the finest 17th century properties in Britain. Home to some of the most important families in Wales’ history, it has dazzling state rooms, marvellous panelling, and a bold red-brick façade surrounded by acres of lovely grounds.
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