As the capital city of Wales, Cardiff is vibrant, creative and full of things to do and places to visit. This urban adventureland appeals to both young and old, daring and quiet. What’s more, there’s a whole host of history that is ready to be delved into as well as more modern activities that keep the youngsters entertained.
While most people just think of this town as a university city, it is so much more. Steeped in history and with plenty of activities to enjoy, families and couples can enjoy Cardiff in more ways than one.
Cardiff was home to the famous Roald Dahl, who sold more than 250 million books worldwide. His childhood home is marked by a blue plaque on the garden wall, and the local arts centre has been renamed the Roald Dahl Plass. With plenty of Welsh connections and inspiration, Dahl makes Cardiff stand out.
Today, Cardiff is renowned for its stellar sporting atmosphere. The rugby international match days are a must. If you can’t catch a match, you’re still going to love exploring one of the major sporting venues – Principality Stadium, Liberty Stadium and Cardiff City Stadium. Each site offers visitors the chance to go behind the scenes and visit the changing rooms, go pitch-side and learn more about the history of the stadium.
Don’t miss any of the fun things to do in Cardiff. At Wales.org, we have comprehensive guides to help you get the most out of your Cardiff travel – whatever type of adventure you’re seeking.