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Cardiff is the capital and largest city in Wales and the eleventh largest city in the United Kingdom. It is Wales' main trading center, the base for most of the national cultural and sports institutions, the Welsh national media and the seat of the National Assembly for Wales. The population of the unitary area for 2016 was estimated at 361 468, while the population of the Cardiff Capital Region was estimated at 1.52 million. Cardiff is a major tourist center and the most popular tourist destination in Wales, with 18.3 million visitors in 2010. In 2011, Cardiff ranked sixth in the world in alternative National Geographic tourist destinations. The city of Cardiff is the county seat of historic county Glamorgan. Cardiff is part of the Eurocities network of Europe's largest cities.

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Wales Millennium Centre

Bute Place, CF10 5AL, Cardiff
The Wales Millennium Center is an arts center in the Cardiff Bay area of ​​Cardiff, Wales. The site covers a total area of ​​4.7 hectares. Phase 1 of the building was on the weekend of 26./28. Opened in November 2004 and opened in Phase 2 on January 22, 2009 with an opening concert. The center has hosted performances of opera, ballet, dance, theater comedy and musicals. The center consists of a large theater and two smaller halls with shops, bars and restaurants. It houses the national orchestral and opera, dance, theater and literature companies, a total of eight art organizations in residence. Here is also the Cardiff Bay Visitor Center.
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National Museum Cardiff

Cathays Park, CF10 3NP Cardiff, UK
National Museum Cardiff is a museum and art gallery in Cardiff, Wales. The museum is part of the wider network of Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales. Entry is kept free by a grant from the Welsh Government; However, they ask for donations throughout the museum.
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Pierhead Building

Pierhead, CF99 1NA Cardiff, UK
The Pierhead Building is a Grade II listed building for Wales in Cardiff Bay, Wales. It is one of Cardiff's most famous landmarks and was built in 1897 as the headquarters of the Bute Dock Company. The clock on the building is unofficially known as the "Baby Big Ben" or the "Big Ben of Wales" and also serves as the Welsh History Museum. The Pierhead Building is part of the National Assembly for Wales estate, which also includes the Welsh Assembly and Ty Hywel.
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Saint Fagans National History Museum

St Fagans National History Museum, Cardiff. CF5 6XB, UK
St Fagan's National Museum of History, generally referred to as St Fagans after the village in which it is located, is an open-air museum in Cardiff, chronicling the historic lifestyle, culture and architecture of the Welsh. The museum is part of the wider network of Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales. It consists of more than 40 rebuilt buildings from various locations in Wales and is located on the grounds of St. Fagans Castle, an Elizabethan mansion. In 2011 What? The magazine called the museum the UK's most popular visitor attraction. In July 2017, a newly designed main building called Gweithdy was opened. It is a sustainable building with improved facilities for visitors to support the study of collections and to organize demonstrations and workshops traditional craftsmen. The £ 30m development is expected to be completed in October 2018.
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Principality Stadium

Principality Stadium, Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1EP, UK
The Millennium Stadium, which has been named the Principality Stage for sponsorship since 2016, is the National Stadium of Wales in Cardiff. It is home to the Wales Rugby Union national team and has also staged games of the Wales National Football Team. Originally built as a venue for the 1999 Rugby World Cup, it hosted many other major events, including the Tsunami Relief, the Super Special Stage of the Wales Rally Great Britain, the UK Speedway Grand Prix and various music pieces concerts. It was also host to six FA Cup final and several other high-profile football matches while Wembley Stadium was redeveloped. The stadium is owned by Millennium Stadium plc, a subsidiary of Welsh Rugby Union. The stadium was designed by a team led by Bligh Lobb Sports Architecture.
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Cardiff Story

The Old Library, The Hayes, CF10 1BH Cardiff, UK
The Cardiff Story Museum is a museum in Cardiff, Wales that shows the history of the city. The museum was opened on 1 April 2011 and admission is free. The Heritage Museum has assembled a collection of 3,000 objects and Cardiff artefacts, many donated by Cardiff residents and communities.
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Techniquest

Stuart Street, CF10 5BW, Cardiff
Techniquest is a Welsh science and research center. It is located in the Bay of Cardiff. A sister organization, Techniquest Glyndwr, is based at Glyndŵr University in Wrexham. It used to have locations in Llanberis in Gwynedd and the Adventure Center in Narberth, Pembrokeshire. Techiquest was first founded in Cardiff in 1986. It was founded by Professor John Beetlestone and his colleagues from Cardiff University. Techniquest offers visitors a hands-on approach to science and includes a science theater, a planetarium and a discovery center.
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Norwegian Church Arts Centre

Harbour Drive, CF10 4PA Cardiff Bay, United Kingdom
The Norwegian Church Arts Centre is a point of cultural and historical interest located in Cardiff Bay, Wales. It was a Lutheran Church, consecrated in 1868. Under the patronage of The Norwegian Seamen's Mission provided home comforts, communication with family and a place of worship for Scandinavian sailors and the Norwegian community in Cardiff for over a hundred years.
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Craft in the Bay

The Craft in the Bay Gallery is an exhibition and craft retail area located at the south end of Lloyd George Avenue, Cardiff Bay. It is operated by a charitable arts organisation, The Makers Guild in Wales. The gallery is opposite the Wales Millennium Centre and close to the Welsh Assembly Building. The building consists of the relocated and refurbished Grade II listed “D” Shed, previously an industrial warehouse located next to Bute East Dock.
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Cardiff Bay Barrage

The Cardiff Bay Barrage, which was opened to the public in 2001, is a realization of a unique construction project where visitors can stroll not only across the sea and bay, but also across the city and the Bristol Channel. There are also several beautiful picnic areas and playgrounds along the 1.1 km coast.
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Cardiff City Stadium

Leckwith Road, CF11 8AZ, Cardiff, GB
The Cardiff City Stadium is a stadium in the Leckwith area of Cardiff, Wales. It is the home of Cardiff City Football Club and the Wales national football team. Following expansion of the Ninian Stand in July 2014, the stadium officially holds 33,280 supporters. The stadium replaced Ninian Park as Cardiff City's home ground in 2009, and is managed by Cardiff City Stadium Ltd., which is owned by Cardiff City Football Club Holdings Ltd. It also hosted the home matches of the Cardiff Blues rugby union team until the 2011–12 season, although originally the Blues had a lease until 2029.After the Millennium Stadium, it is the second largest stadium in Cardiff and in Wales. The stadium is part of the Leckwith development, which also includes the Cardiff International Sports Stadium. A branded sponsor name will be assigned as and when the naming rights are sold. The stadium was officially opened on 22 July 2009, with Cardiff City playing a friendly match against Celtic.
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Motorpoint Arena

Motorpoint Arena Cardiff is an indoor exhibition centre and events arena located in Cardiff, the capital of Wales, and was opened on 10 September 1993 by singer Shirley Bassey. Its current name is due to a five-year sponsorship agreement. It is Cardiff's largest purpose-built exhibition facility. The upstairs of the building is known as the World Trade Centre.
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Cardiff International Sports Stadium

The Cardiff International Sports Stadium, is an athletics stadium in the Leckwith area of Cardiff, Wales. The stadium opened in 2009 as part of the major Leckwith Development, which included a new football and rugby stadium, the Cardiff City Stadium, and a retail park. In July 2015, Cardiff Council let the stadium and its grounds to Cardiff and Vale College, who further sublet the sports facilities to the House of Sport Limited. This lease runs for 30 years as a result of which the stadium is no longer open to the public during the day, although evening opening is unaffected.
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Cardiff Arms Park (Cardiff RFC)

Cardiff Arms Park, also known as The Arms Park and the BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park for sponsorship reasons from September 2014, is situated in the centre of Cardiff, Wales. It is primarily known as a rugby union stadium, but it also has a bowling green. The Arms Park was host to the British Empire and Commonwealth Games in 1958, and hosted four games in the 1991 Rugby World Cup, including the third-place play-off. The Arms Park also hosted the inaugural Heineken Cup Final of 1995–96 and the following year in 1996–97. The history of the rugby ground begins with the first stands appearing for spectators in the ground in 1881–1882. Originally the Arms Park had a cricket ground to the north and a rugby union stadium to the south.
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Restaraunts

Bute Park

Bute Park is an important park in the city of Cardiff, the capital of Wales. It encompasses 130 acres of landscaped gardens and parkland that once formed the grounds of Cardiff Castle. The park is named after the 3rd Marquess of Bute, whose family owned the castle.
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Mermaid Quay

Mermaid Quay is a waterfront shopping and leisure area in Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales. The 14,000 square meter facility opened in 1999 and includes restaurants, bars, cafes and shops.
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Wyndham Arcade

Wyndham Arcade, Cardiff CF10 1FG, United Kingdom
Visit this fairly historic Edwardian shopping arcade founded in 1887, and you will find plenty of shops to look for some souvenirs, several restaurants to try new dishes, and a few cafes to sit and relax after all day to enjoy a cup of coffee.
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Going Out

Chapter

Chapter Arts Centre is an arts centre in Canton, Cardiff, Wales, opened in 1971.
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Clwb Ifor Bach

Clwb Ifor Bach is a Cardiff nightclub, music venue, Welsh-language club and community centre. It is known to the Cardiff Welsh-speaking community as Clwb and is often known by others on the Cardiff music scene as The Welsh Club. Clwb Ifor Bach is used as a social centre by Welsh speaking people in Cardiff, as well as by many non-Welsh speakers. Until recent years, the club had a number of regular members only nights. This policy has been discontinued. Clwb Ifor Bach is the focal point for many Welsh-medium organisations and events in the area: social, educational, sporting and otherwise. English and Welsh are spoken equally throughout the club, and most staff are required to be bilingual. No anti-Welsh sentiment is tolerated in the club.
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Hiking

Cardiff Castle

Castle Street, CF10 3RB Cardiff, UK
Cardiff Castle is a medieval castle and Victorian Gothic Revival Mansion in the city center of Cardiff, Wales. The original moth and Bailey Castle was built in the late 11th century by Norman invaders on a Roman fort from the 3rd century. The castle was commissioned by either William the Conqueror or Robert Fitzhamon and formed the heart of the medieval city of Cardiff and the Marcher Lord Territory of Glamorgan. In the 12th century, the castle, probably built by Robert of Gloucester, began to be built in stone, with a shell-shell and massive defensive walls. Further work was done by Richard de Clare, 6th Earl of Gloucester, in the second half of the 13th century. Cardiff Castle was repeatedly involved in the conflicts between the Anglo-Normans and the Welsh, was attacked several times in the 12th century and stormed in 1404 during the uprising by Owain Glyndŵr.
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Alexandra Gardens

King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff CF10 3NN, United Kingdom
Cathays Park or Cardiff Civic Center is a neighborhood in the city center of Cardiff, the capital of Wales, consisting of a series of early 20th-century buildings and a central park area, Alexandra Gardens. It contains Edwardian buildings such as the Temple of Peace, City Hall, the National Museum and Gallery of Wales and several buildings belonging to the Cardiff University campus. It also includes Cardiff Crown Court, the administrative headquarters of the Welsh Government, and the more modern Cardiff Central Police Station. The Pewsner architectural guide to historic Glamorgan County rates Cathays Park as "the best government center in the British Isles." The area is part of the electorate of Cathays.
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Castell Coch

Tongwynlais, Cardiff CF15 7JS, UK
Castell Coch is a 19th century neo-Gothic castle built over the village of Tongwynlais in South Wales. The first castle on the site was built by the Normans after 1081 to protect the newly conquered city of Cardiff and control the route along the Taff Gorge. Soon after, the earth moth of the castle of Gilbert de Clare was reused as the basis for a new stone fortification, which he built between 1267 and 1277 to control his newly annexed Welsh lands. This castle was probably destroyed in the Welsh rebellion of 1314. In 1760, the castle ruin of John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute, was acquired as part of a marriage settlement that brought the family large estates in South Wales. John Crichton-Stuart, the 3rd Marquess of Bute, inherited the castle in 1848. One of Britain's richest men, with an interest in architecture and antiquarian studies, commissioned the architect William Burges to reconstruct the castle, "as a manor for occasional employment in the ...
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Saint Fagans Castle

St Fagans Castle is an Elizabethan mansion in St Fagans, Cardiff, Wales, from the late 16th century. The house and the remaining medieval fortifications are listed. The grounds of St. Fagans Castle now contains St Fagan's National Museum of History.
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Shopping

Cardiff Indoor Market

St Mary Street Cardiff CF1 2AU
Cardiff Market, also known as Cardiff Central Market and Market Building, is a Victorian covered market in the Castle Quarter of Cardiff City, the capital of Wales.
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Saint David's Centre

St David's is one of the principal shopping centres in the city centre of Cardiff, Wales. It is in The Hayes area of the southern city centre. Owing to the extension of St David's 2 in 2009, St David's is the eleventh largest shopping centre in the United Kingdom. The construction of the extension cost a total of £675m and brought Cardiff within the top five shopping destinations in the United Kingdom. The centre consists of original the first phase, St David's Centre, adjoining St David's Hall and the second phase, given the development name of St David's 2. The second phase of the shopping centre, opened on 22 October 2009, when the first 58 of its 88 stores opened for business.
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Sightseeing

Llandaff Cathedral

Cathedral Cl, Cardiff CF5 2LA, United Kingdom
Llandaff Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral and parish church in Llandaff, Cardiff, Wales. It is the seat of the Bishop of Llandaff, head of the Church in Wales Diocese of Llandaff. It is dedicated to St. Peter and Paul and to three Welsh saints: Drukius, Teilo and Oudoceus. It is one of two cathedrals in Cardiff, the other is the Roman Catholic Cardiff Cathedral in the city center. The current building was built in the 12th century on the site of an earlier church. The church was severely damaged in 1400 during the rebellion of Owain Glyndŵr, during the English Civil War, when it was overrun by parliamentary troops, and during the Great Storm in 1703. By 1717, the damage to the cathedral was so great that the church seriously considered removal of the see.
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Roald Dahl Plass

Roald Dahl Plass is a public space in Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales. It is named after Cardiff-born writer Roald Dahl and is located on the coast south of the city center. On the square is the Senedd and Wales Millennium Center, a performing arts center. The bowl-like shape of the room has made it a popular amphitheater for open-air concerts. Formerly called the Oval Basin and known as the Bowl, the area was one of the docks for a thriving coal port in the second half of the 19th century and much of the 20th century.
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Traveling

Cardiff Central Bus Station

Cardiff Central Bus Station was the main transportation hub in Cardiff city center until it closed on 1 August 2015. With 34 booths, it was the largest bus station in Wales. It was next to Cardiff Central Station and formed a major transportation hub. The construction of a new bus station on the site of the former NCP car park on Wood Street next to the old bus terminal is scheduled to begin in early 2018 and is expected to close by 2020. Majority of coaches and coaches driving in and around the city. Notable exceptions were Megabus services, Stagecoach South Wales Route 122 and EST Route 89.
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Hotels

Premier Inn

10 Churchill Way, CF10 2HE, Cardiff
Helmont House is a high-rise hotel and office tower in Cardiff, Wales. Completed in 1984, the 58-metre-high building has 12 floors and is the 12th-tallest building in Cardiff. The building was renovated in 2009 into a 200-room Premier Inn hotel. The building was previously occupied by British Gas and was one of the largest office buildings in Cardiff, and is yards away from Cardiff Queen Street railway station.
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The Riverhouse Backpackers

59 Fitzhamon Embankment, CF11 6AN

Cardiff Central Youth Hostel

CF10 4BB

Churchill's

Pen Yr Heol Guest House

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Pentwyn

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