Holiday Places in Cardiff
Scottish Borders, UK
Cardiff is a city full of different cultures and countless places of interest. Its historic center is collected and pretty and you can find most of the things to see. For example, the Cardiff Castle (gorgeous) that has an internal spectacular. The banquet hall, the hall Arab, fairytale children. Really worth a visit. Then behind the castle there is the enormous Bute Park, with the remains of a medieval monastery and the curious wall of the animals. Walking always the case for the pedestrian streets of the old town, which has beautiful Victorian buildings and shops of interest, you can reach the Gothic church of St.John 's and especially the Millennium Stadium, home of Welsh rugby. Also worth a visit is the Cardiff Bay, the remarkable Pierhead Building: A building in neo-Gothic red brick Victorian era. Hence it is advisable to reach both Mermeid Quay, full of restaurants and shops, and then the famous Techniquest, the most interesting!) Center scientificodel country. Chapter in the pub, dark beer flows freely.
Where to eat in cardiff: Armless DRAGON: it is one of the best restaurants in town. There are typical Welsh. Costs about 20 euro per person.
Cardiff can be considered the youngest capital in Europe, one of the most dynamic of England with London. Cardiff is a truly beautiful city is interesting, and this in spite of stereotypes. In recent years they have spent wisely to restart it and the result is a clean, orderly, who manages to exploit fully all its attractions, the Millennium Stadium, Temple of rugby, all national sport 'incredible museum of Welsh history that spans prehistory to the collections of oriental art.
Other interesting places to visit are:-
The Llandaff Cathedral: Built in the twelfth century on the site of a pre-existing church was built, according to tradition, in 560 by St. Teilo.
National Museum and Gallery Cardiff. Opened in 1927. Contains many Impressionist works, such as The Kiss by Auguste Rodin made of bronze or La Parisienne by Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
Wales Millennium Centre. Complex of buildings for dance and the dramatic arts located in Roald Dahl Plass, which opens on Cardiff Bay.
Millennium Stadium. Built in 1999, it is the largest indoor rugby stadium in the UK, and can accommodate 74,500 people. Used both for sporting events and for concerts, has been rebuilt over the old stadium "Arms Park", who had seen the glories of the great Wales seventies.
You can enjoy the visit to these places of cardiff, by hiring a car which is most economic as well as suitable way of visiting these attractions.