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Things to do in Cardiff

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The top 22 attractions in Cardiff

Castles in Cardiff
Cardiff Castle
Castles in Cardiff
Castell Coch
Stadiums in Cardiff
Millennium Stadium
Bays in Cardiff
Cardiff Bay
Palaces in Cardiff
Cardiff City Hall
Historical Monuments in Cardiff
Universities in Cardiff
Cardiff University
Flea Markets in Cardiff
Riverside Market
Gardens in Cardiff
Bute Park
Markets in Cardiff
Cardiff Market
Palaces in Cardiff
Philharmonic Hall
Palaces in Cardiff
Cardiff City Centre
Music Venues in Cardiff
Wales Millennium Centre
Streets in Cardiff
Queen Street
Museums in Cardiff
Churches in Cardiff
Gardens in Cardiff

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The best things to do in Cardiff

Are you planning to visit the capital of Wales? Great! There are loads of places to go and stuff to do in Cardiff, a city that has long enchanted visitors.

The city has a rich history, as shown by its old town; many of the places to visit in Cardiff demonstrate this. The castle is one of the ancient attractions in Cardiff. With Roman origins, it has been remodeled at different times so you can see various styles in one building. In addition, it has wide grounds, known as Bute Park, which are a lovely place to go for a ride or enjoy other outdoor Cardiff activities after visiting the castle.

On the outskirts of the city is the cathedral, which is one of the oldest things to see in Cardiff. It's an unusual
place, full of mystery and beauty, where you can feel the atmosphere of the many legends that abound here. The Cathays Park is an area full of trees in which you can find plenty of things to do in Cardiff: Cardiff University, the Law Courts, City Hall, Alexandra Gardens, and the National Museum are some of the Cardiff attractions that you can visit in this area.

In addition, this is a city with a great sporting tradition, so if you're wondering what to do in Cardiff, you simply have to go to the Millennium Stadium, site of many international-standard sporting venues. To
finish, there's
nothing better than walking in Cardiff Bay, which has been renovated and is now dedicated to bars, restaurants, night clubs. The Welsh National Opera, the National Assembly, and Cardiff International White Water (an Olympic-standard rafting center) are also found in this area of ​​the city.

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