Principality Stadium is the third largest stadium in the UK originally designed to host the Rugby World Cup in 1999. Today it welcomes around 1.3 million visitors every year and holds grand events, such as Champions League final. Find out what is so special about rugby and why it should be on your must-visit list.
Looking like a medieval castle, this famous landmark is 2,000 years old. Romans built a fort, Normans developed a military defense, and Butes turned it into a gorgeous romantic palace. Enjoy the Rooftop Terrace, take a lovely stroll along the castle walls, discover the secret shelters and don’t miss anything on your way. This route is a part of the "Get to know Cardiff" walk.
Cathays Park is a beautiful assembly of Edwardian buildings constructed on the edge of the 20th century. The walk starts at the Cardiff University and continues along the cozy parks and avenues. Some of them served as shooting sites for Dr. Who and Sherlock Holmes series, so be attentive and try to spot familiar places. This route is a part of the "Get to know Cardiff" walk.