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Four days in the capital city of Cardiff is a great way to escape from reality and explore what this friendly and fun city has to offer.
Cardiff has an amazing amount to do and is a real hive of activity. Whilst in the bustling capital, explore the impressive castle that sits proudly in the centre, visit a local market that sells the very best in local produce and why not take one of the many themed walking tours to really get the most out of your time here.
The waterfront is modern, classy and has a relaxed feel ambience; spend some time here checking out local cafés and restaurants or you fancy a bit of an adventure during your time at the bay, visit the Cardiff International White Water Centre. Turn your hand to white water rafting, indoor surfing, high ropes, canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, or hot dogging and all right in the centre of the city.
On your way out of the city, why not stop off at Caerphilly Castle – around half an hour out the city, this will round your trip off perfectly?
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Day 1: Arrival in Cardiff
Today you will arrive in Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. You will have the evening free to relax in your hotel.
Day 2: Cardiff
Today you will have some time to explore Cardiff city. There is plenty to see in the town centre, including the impressive Cardiff Castle and Sofia Gardens. Cardiff Market, which has occupied the same site for over 100 years is well worth a visit and has a wide range of Welsh produce on sale. There are many walking tours on offer in the city, as well as culinary walking tours for those interested in eating their way around the capital.
Day 3: Cardiff
Why not spend your morning in Cardiff Bay, the largest waterfront development in Europe? This is a very popular spot to visit with its variety of restaurants and cafés, and is home to the National Assembly for Wales – the body that governs the country. Also in the Bay you will find the Cardiff International White Water Centre, which offers inland white water rafting as well as indoor surfing, high ropes, canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, hot dogging and more! Sports fans must make time to visit the Principality Stadium, the home of Wales’ national sport, rugby.
Day 4: Departure Journey
Today you will begin your onward journey after breakfast. If time allows, we would suggest a stop at the impressive Caerphilly Castle which lies half an hour outside of Cardiff.