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With as many as 300,000 people proudly calling this place home, you're sure to make some new BFFs!
If your holiday is all about the whole family, trips to Barry Island Pleasure Park and Doctor Who Experience will no doubt put smiles on everyone's faces! If you're up for even more fun and excitement, Parc All Weather Play and Bowlplex Cwmbran are some other possibilities.
You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy an outing to Falconry UK! Both young and old will have lots of exciting opportunities to come face-to-face with its fascinating animals through a series of well-thought-out exhibits.
If you like to think of yourself as a wine aficionado, grab the opportunity to explore one of the area's wineries. You can taste some regional varieties at the Parva Farm Vineyard.
Strolling around the manicured garden beds and botanic displays at the Dyffryn Gardens and Arboretum feels like drifting through a colourful dreamland.
Victoria Park and Bute Park are the perfect places to get a bit of sun, enjoy a picnic or just relax and people-watch. Alternatively, get some exercise and keep the kids active by roaming around Roath Park or Sophia Gardens.
Whether you need maps, brochures or ideas on what to see and do, you'll discover it at The Visit Caerphilly Centre. Cardiff Tourist Information Centre is another brilliant resource for first-time visitors.
Find time to gaze out across the crystal-like water at Cwmtillery Lakes.
Stunning ocean views aren't the only things to look forward to at Barry Island Beach. Keep an eye out for soaring seabirds as well as little creatures like crabs and jellyfish.
If you're hoping to recharge those batteries, you'll find plenty of nature reserves and parks to explore. Ease your way into it with a breath of fresh, clean air in the invigorating surroundings at Bryngarw Country Park or Lower Blaen y Glyn. For those who haven't quite had their fix, Twmbarlwm Mountain and Newport Wetlands are a couple more worth experiencing.
If you're after a few tranquil places to collect yourself and maybe even learn something new, you can't go past the Doctor Who Exhibition and the Big Pit National Coal Museum. Check for walking tours or just study the eye-opening exhibits on your own. After more? Also go to Penarth Pavilion and Welch Regiment Museum.
Challenge your mind with some time at the Techniquest. While there, don't forget to enquire about any temporary exhibits. Trust us, you won't want to miss a thing!
Our big blue planet is the home of an immense variety of plants and animals. Take a look at some of the earth's more bizarre characters with a visit to the Museum of Welsh Life.
Art admirers come from all corners of the world to experience Cardiff's celebrated collections, and the Turner House Gallery and the Ffotogallery are usually at the top of their lists. More unique paintings and creative sculptures can be found at the Cardiff National Museum & Gallery and the La Mostra Gallery.
Journey back through time and get to know the people and events that have contributed to this region at the National Museum Wales and the St Fagans. You can also immerse yourself in eye-opening exhibits which help bring history to life at the Blaenavon Community Heritage and Cordell Museum and the St. Fagans Walk.
Cardiff is home to many intriguing historic sites. Why not start delving into this destination's past at Tintern Abbey and the Cardiff University? If you want more, Tredegar House and Cardiff City Hall should also be on your itinerary.
You should clear some time in your schedule to make the short journey across Newport Transporter Bridge. This treasured crossing has stood tall above the water for what seems like an eternity, adding a bit of traditional atmosphere to Cardiff.
If you find it hard keeping up with the Joneses, spare a second thought for the poor neighbours of Insole Court. The striking surrounds and opulent furnishings of this stately dwelling would be near impossible to top!
Delve into a world of historic beauty with a visit to Cardiff Castle or Castell Coch. Behold the heavy stone walls and picture yourself strolling through its hidden passageways. If you're keen to discover more about these intriguing cultural structures, why not visit Caerphilly Castle and Chepstow Castle as well?
You don't need to be devout to explore Llandaff Cathedral and St. John the Baptist Church, two attractions well known for their spiritual and cultural value. Norwegian Church and Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral of St David will also interest anyone seeking some prayer and self-reflection.
They mightn't be on the front page of your guidebook, but the Chepstow Racecourse and Trelai Park are still well worth an outing. There's also plenty to keep you amused at National Assembly for Wales and Roald Dahl Plass.
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Thankfully, there's a room waiting for you in Cardiff. For a place that won't break the bank, check out the ibis Cardiff (Churchill Way) or the ibis Cardiff Gate - International Business Park (Cardiff Gate Business Park). There's also the New House Country Hotel and The St David's Hotel. These upmarket hotels are for those who'd like to live a life of pure bliss while they're here.
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