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Cardiff, the capital city of Wales is located on the south coast of the country between Swansea and Newport. It is the tenth largest city in the UK and the largest in Wales.
Cardiff bay is a lively hub for arts, culture, food and shopping, with something to interest everyone. To recharge your batteries and socialise pop up venues often appear, including street food depots, bars and restaurants to meet everyone’s taste buds. Along with boat trips, eateries and museums, Cardiff Bay offers plenty to keep most entertained all day.
For the adrenaline seekers Go Air, a trampoline park, Boulders indoor climbing center and the White Water Rafting center are activities Cardiff boasts. Moreover, for sporting fans the Principality Stadium hosts many sporting events, it seats 74,500 spectators and attracts on average over 1.3 million visitors per year.
Cardiff Castle is located in the heart of the city within stunning parkland. With a variety of specialist tours to see the Clock Tower or famous film locations it makes a great day out for families and adults alike.
Cardiff boasts good road, rail and air connections. With the M4 connecting Cardiff directly to the rest of the UK; Bristol, Reading and London are all under two and a half hours away, or 150 miles. Similarly, there is a direct train from Cardiff Central to London which takes two and a half hours. Cardiff International Airport is just on the outskirts of Cardiff and provides direct flights worldwide.
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