Cardiff Travel Videos

Take a tour of the city of Cardiff with a video guide of Cardiff. Learn more about the capital and largest city in Wales, the main sights, tourist attractions, places of interest and pick up some useful travel information and tips.

The capital of Wales is renowned as a scenic city known for historic attractions including Cardiff Castle and more contemporary attractions including the Millennium Stadium. The city is well known for its architecture that has helped to transform the city centre and surrounding areas including the redeveloped Cardiff Bay.

The city is a compact one where visitors can explore a number of visitor attractions and places of interest. In recent years the city has become a popular short breaks destination with a choice of shopping facilities, cafes, bars, restaurants and entertainment venues and a number of festivals for visitors to enjoy.

Visitors to the city can explore a number of museums, galleries and historic attractions offering visitors with plenty to see, do and experience.

Famous attractions in Cardiff include historic Cardiff Castle, Millennium Stadium, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay, St Fagans Natural History Museum, National Museum Cardiff, Castell Coch, Norwegian Church and Cardiff Central Library.

Other major centres in the vicinity include Newport, Port Talbot, Neath and the city of Swansea in Wales located 40 miles to the west. The English cities in Bath and Bristol and both located within 60 miles of Cardiff.

The Cardiff travel video looks at places to see, things to see, dining and accommodation.





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