By Eduardo (Argentina)

Key Facts

It has been the capital city of Wales since 1955.
The main commercial centre of Wales.
The most popular destination in Wales with 21.3 million visitors in 2017.

Cardiff Bay

Millennium Centre: Is the national art centre of Wales, situated in the heart of Cardiff Bay.

Pierhead building: Is a historic building located in Cardiff Bay, place where the National Assembly of Wales and the history museum is located.

Techniquest: It is a science and discovery centre located in Cardiff Bay that was opened on November 13, 1986 for charitable purposes.

Millennium Stadium

It is the largest stadium in Wales being the country’s national stadium and home of the rugby and football teams. Well known for being where the 2017 Champions League final took place, and a year later it hosted Ed Sheeran with a sold-out event in 4 different shows. The Stadium has an approximate capacity of 74,500 seats.

Victoria Park

Victoria Park is a family park which includes a water park for children that has more than 20 games to enjoy in the summer.

The Cardiff Story Museum is a museum in Cardiff, Wales which exhibits the history of the city. The museum opened on April 1st, 2011 and entrance is free.

The National Museum of Cardiff is a British museum and art gallery located in the Welsh capital of Cardiff. The museum is also known for having large animal skeletons.

Cardiff Ski and Snowboard Centre

Is a training and practice centre, where you can practice new ski and snowboard techniques with a private trainer or with a group.

Porthkerry Country Park

It is a park with 220 acres (about 89 hectares) of forest and meadows where the family can have an incredible day enjoying the environment among the trees.

Barry Island Pleasure Park

Is an amusement park situated on the coast at Barry Island which opened in 1897. This are some of the most visited attractions at the park:

  • Roller coaster
  • Ferris Wheel
  • Dodgems
  • Star flyer