Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, is one of the greenest and most lush cities in the U.K. The rolling hills and green fields are unforgettable and make Cardiff incredibly popular for a getaway holiday. The city has recently become more famous because of its shopping districts, summer festivals, outdoor eateries, and bars.
Cardiff has a natural beauty that most touristy cities do not have, with towering castles to match its blue skies and green gardens. One of the most popular sights is the Cardiff Castle which is adorned with artistic details inside and out. You may want to visit a couple times, just to appreciate the ornate details on every inch of this ancient castle.
If you enjoy sports, see a rugby game at the Millennium Stadium which seats nearly 80,000 people and offers an exciting venue for sporting events.
For those who love the arts, the Wales Millennium Centre is the perfect theatre to see some of the best ballets and operas.
To learn more about Welsh history, you should also visit the Cardiff Museum, an admission-free attraction which features incredible displays of archaeological finds and historical documents.
Finally, incredible musical concerts usually take place at the Motorpoint Arena where you can be surrounded by incredible acoustics. The music scene in Cardiff is very popular and the arena is only one of several musical locations throughout the city.
Cardiff has plenty of festivals throughout the year, so you won’t be able to find a slow time in the city. One of the most popular festivals is the Cardiff Big Weekend where venues all over the city host outdoor concerts in addition to fairs and cultural events. This is a great time for everyone to celebrate and enjoying the many things to do in Cardiff. Simply look for events and festivals that will be going on during your visit for you to make the most of your Cardiff experience.
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