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Millennium Stadium
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Rank: 1 About 11

Millennium Stadium is situated in Cardiff, Wales, and is the national stadium where several international football and rugby matches are held. The stadium opened in the year 1999 to host the Rugby World Cup and...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


Cardiff Castle
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Rank: 2 About 11

The Cardiff Castle is a medieval castle and mansion in Cardiff, Wales.Built in 1091 and remodelled in the nineteenth century, the castle displays Gothic architecture....

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


1 Zavvi Mall
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Rank: 3 About 11

The Zavvi Mall provides one with lots of shopping activities. There are lots of music DVDs, CDs, games, books, iPods and such music related items which can be bought at the mall. One can also get to buy these things through online...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Queen Street, Cardiff
Type: Stores and shopping malls


2 The National Museum Cardiff
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Rank: 4 About 11

The National Museum Cardiff is a museum and an art gallery in Cardiff. It is a part of the Edwardian civic complex of Cathays Park and includes the City Hall, Law Courts and the Welsh Assembly too. The National...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Cathays Park, Cardiff Bay
Type: Museums


Cardiff Road Train tour
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Rank: 5 About 11

One can get to enjoy his trip on the road train which links Cardiff Bay with the Cardiff Bay Barrage through the heart of Cardiff Docklands. This tour starts from Stuart St car park from 1100 hour until 1600 hour and from the...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address:
Type: Tours


3 Philharmonic
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Rank: 6 About 11

Philharmonic is a pub which is popular with the younger generation and has two huge floors to accommodate the vast crowds. Every Friday is a lady’s night exclusively for women.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: 76-77 st mary's street, Cardiff
Type: Nightlife


City Arms
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Rank: 9 About 11

City Arms is a pub which is a favourite with rugby fans and celebrities and it has a large sized TV for watching sports events.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: 10 -12 Quay Street, Cardiff
Type: Nightlife


4 The Albert
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Rank: 11 About 11

Albert is a pub which serves a wide variety of drinks, snacks and beer. The place is conveniently situated near the main train and bus station and is frequented by an older crowd.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: 41 St. Mary Street, Cardiff
Type: Nightlife

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Wood Street - 0.3 mi
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Wood Street was devoted to orange groves until 1913. Its proximity and easy access to the downtown area made this area more desirable for residential subdivision. A subdivider named Wood used his...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Wood Street, Riverside, Cardiff CF11 6, UK
Distance: 0.5
City: Riverside

Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods + Share


Greek Orthodox Church - 1.2 mi
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The city of Lampeter serves well on the religious platform with the presence of the Greek Orthodox Church which is a church that has strong values and beliefs that keeps the crowd here going along. The place is a magnificent building...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Butetown, Cardiff CF10 5, UK
Distance: 1.9
City: Lampeter

Type: Landmarks and Historic sites + Share


The Judge's Lodging Museum - 5.5 mi
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One can get to step into the Judge Lodging museum which was built in 1870. This is an award winning museum wherein one gets to discover the world of a most unusual household. There are many attractions at the museum display like the upstairs...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Powys, Mid Wales, UK,
Distance: 8.9
City: Powys

Type: Museums + Share


Vale of Glamorgan - 6.2 mi
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The Vale of Glamorgan provides ample opportunities to enjoy sports which are rather interesting for family and children too. Be it exploring the green rolling hills or any historic towns, there are many ways to have a splendid time with...

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Address: Holton Road, Barry
Distance: 10
City: Barry

Type: Nature and sport + Share

Neighbouring places: Cardiff


Barry - 6.3 mi

Barry can be described as one of the towns located in ‘Vale of Glamorgan’, Wales. Situated at a distance of 11 Km on Cardiff’s SSW side, along Bristol Channel’s northern coast, Barry,...

Distance: 10.2
City: Barry

Caerphilly - 7 mi

Caerphilly can be referred to as a town located in Caerphilly County borough, south Wales, UK. Caerphilly is better known as commuter town with regards to Newport and Cardiff. It’s located at a distance of 2 to 3 miles on...

Distance: 11.3
City: Caerphilly

Newport - 10.8 mi

Newport can be referred to as a city as well as ‘principal area’ within Wales, UK. Having stood on banks of River Usk, situates roughly between Bristol and Cardiff, it’s the...

Distance: 17.4
City: Newport

Weston Super Mare - 12.6 mi

Weston Super Mare is a famous seaside resort located in the northern area of Somerset County. This civil parish lies on the Bristol Channel, at about 29 kms from...

Distance: 20.3
City: Weston Super Mare

Latest reviews Cardiff

4/22/2013
Overall rating: 10
  Go to see a rugby match at the Millennium Stadium or in a pub! Amazing atmosphere and warm welcome.... Next  

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