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Best things to do in Cardiff

“Castell Coch is a 19th-century Gothic Revival castle built above the village of Tongwynlais which is approx. 2 miles from The Old Byre. The first castle on the site was built by the Normans after 1081, to protect the newly conquered town of Cardiff and control the route along the Taff Gorge. ”
25lokale anbefalinger
“Yummy danish pastried and bakes and the coffee is sooo good. It's nice to get away from the chains!!”
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“Good music on Friday nights i believe, decent drinks selection and some cocktails. Fun people and a great outside area for socialising.”
13lokale anbefalinger
“Very popular with the locals. The food is good as are the drinks selections. Ample seating on the street on hot summer evenings and cosy restaurant area on rainy nights”
16lokale anbefalinger
“Juno is also a cafe with a roof terrace so the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat and a drink and when the sun is out, catch some rays on the roof! ”
22lokale anbefalinger
“Wow if you want excitement and fun you need to try this. also Cardiff has many cinemas, bowling, River Taff walking trail, swimming pools , 18 hole golf at Heath Park, horse riding in Cardiff and surrounding areas. Check out our information book about loads of activites to do in and around Cardiff”
14lokale anbefalinger
“Small, authentic Italian – home made food. Located in City Centre 2.3 miles Nr 61 Bus – 20 minutes ”
16lokale anbefalinger
“Located in a former bank vault beneath the city, The Potted Pig restaurant shares its passion for modern British food and wonderful gins! Monday - Thursday 12.00 - 2.30pm and 6.30pm till 9.00 Friday & Saturday 12.00 - 2.30pm and 6.30pm till 9.30pm Sunday 12.00 - 2.30pm www.thepottedpig.com”
18lokale anbefalinger
Bus Station
“Nice place to walk, easy parking you will need change for the machine. Well worth watching the barrage opening and closing. The walk connects you to Cardiff bay. Also a good place for bikes ”
11lokale anbefalinger
“Best for: Casual dining, special occasions The name Anand George is whispered with sacred reverence in Cardiff. Learning his craft over many gruelling hours back home in Kochi, Kerala (and in some of the best kitchens in London), George set up the Purple Poppadom in Cardiff’s vibrant Canton district in 2007. His mission: to change the way Indian food is viewed. The clean, bright, modern presentation – the room as well as the plate – allows many varied flavours to breathe and bedazzle. Read all about it in George’s first cookbook, The 5,000 Mile Journey. Mains from £13.50, seven- course tasting menu £49.95.”
15lokale anbefalinger
“Great place to see a play or show and only 15 minutes on the train into Cardiff ”
10lokale anbefalinger
Art Gallery
“Chapter has a good bar and cafe plus an outdoor area. There are also two cinemas and a theatre plus a gallery.”
9lokale anbefalinger
Vegetær / Vegansk restaurant
“You won't even know you're not eating meat! Great selection of Indian food at a very reasonable price. Bring your own booze for a small fee.”
14lokale anbefalinger
“Taken from their website: 'We bring world-class, critically-acclaimed and diverse theatrical productions and artists to Wales, as well as producing joyful experiences rooted in our national culture. As well as presenting and curating the best touring work, we create our own productions, festivals and events which we hope will entertain, stimulate and inspire our audiences at home and abroad.'”
16lokale anbefalinger
“It signifies the importance of what was there before Cardiff happened! Gorgeous cathedral with the famous Epstein Chrost in Majesty Statue.”
12lokale anbefalinger
Shopping Mall
“An hour away on the train or in the car but a large modern shopping Mall hosting all of your favourite stores and brands, and adjoining many restaurants.”
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