Cardiff & Surrounding Areas
With so many events, activities and attractions, it's no wonder that Cardiff and the East Coast of South Wales has become increasingly popular for stay-cations.
What makes Cardiff a great destination?
A trip to Wales without a visit to the Principality Stadium is like a Birthday party without a cake – incomplete!
Since its grand opening in 1999, Wales’ largest stadium has welcomed over 1.3 million visitors every year, been the host of three Wales Grand Slam successes in the Six Nations, been the home for concerts of some of the world’s biggest music artists and so much more! Get more info here.
Where in the country can you launch a giant rocket, shift half a ton of granite and see an enormous pneumatic dragon all in one day? Cardiff, of course; and all thanks to the incredible science centre that is Techniquest! Read more about Techniquest here!
Sail into a Great Day Out at Wales’ Flat Holm Island
Just five miles off the coast of Cardiff, the breath-taking island of Flat Holm offers another world of incredible history and wildlife. And with so much to discover, the famous island promises an unforgettable family day out! Read all about it here...
If you’re visiting Wales and looking for that perfect family day out then head no further than Cosmeston Lakes Country Park and Medieval Village in the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan. More info.
If you're looking for Welsh fun for the whole family to enjoy, book an activity at Cardiff International White Water during your visit to Wales.
Seriously, this place takes fun to a whole new level, and you really will be hard pressed to find any activities quite as exhilarating as the ones on offer at this incredible attraction. Check out the CIWW here.
Cefn Mably Farm is the place to be! A favourite all-weather park designed for families with toddlers or teens, you and your favourites can soak up hours upon hours of enjoyment at this Welsh hotspot attraction. And it’s just 6 miles from Wales’ cosmopolitan capital! Get more info here.
Visiting Wales and want to see it in all its past and present glory? Then take a trip to the National Museum in Cardiff!
From the very young to the not-so-young, every member of your family will love discovering and exploring the masses of exhibitions on display. Get our top tips here!
As one of Wales’ leading historical attractions and boasting an incredible 2000 years of history, it’s not surprising that Cardiff Castle reigns in the visitor's week upon week. If you’re visiting Wales, pin a trip to Cardiff Castle on your planner, and you’ll be in for a treat! Find out about the tours here.
Visiting Cardiff without taking a trip to the Bay is like going to into a sweet shop and coming out empty handed - impossible! A cosmopolitan hot spot built around a stunning 200-hectare freshwater lake, Cardiff Bay promises a vibrant mix of attractions, entertainment and events that will leave you hungry to revisit time and time again. And it’s only a short drive away from the heart of the city! Get more Cardiff Bay info.
Home to 1.4 million square feet of pure shopping heaven, Cardiff has earned a reputation as one of the top ten retail destinations in the UK. Whether you like to dig deep for designer labels or bargain buy on a budget, Cardiff hands you a first-rate shopping experience right there on a giant plate of loveliness! Read all about shopping in Cardiff here!
Lover of the arts? Fancy soaking up some the culture of Wales’ capital? There’s no better place to visit than the Wales Millennium Centre in the glorious Cardiff Bay!
A 4.1-acre arts and entertainment complex, this iconic centre showcases a variety of annual theatrical, dance, opera, and comedy performances for all the family to enjoy. Check out the impressive Caridd Millennium Centre here.
Good food and a quality dining experience are central to any good weekend break! You slave in the kitchen all year round, so when you head off for a weekend getaway, you deserve to relax and eat out in style. Luckily for you, Cardiff boasts a massive variety of tasty eateries, offering local produce, unique cooking and spectacular views. Find out more.
We do like to be beside the seaside, don’t we?
So, if you’re looking for a destination with a mixture of the traditional British seaside and a bustling town centre, Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan South Wales is a great choice for you. Check out Barry here.
Accessed via the A48 south of Bridgend and voted one of the best places to live in Wales 2017, Cowbridge is a delightful market town that combines tradition with modern luxuries.
With a high street that boasts a mix of independent fashion boutiques, traditional country inns alongside national brands such as Waitrose; Cowbridge is certainly worth a visit. Read more here.
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