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The capital of Wales since only 1955, Cardiff has embraced the role with vigour, emerging in the new millennium as one of Britain’s leading urban centres. Caught between an ancient fort and an ultramodern waterfront, compact Cardiff se...
...a feeling of hiraeth may well hit you when you leave, only to be sated when you return. Why I Love WalesBy Peter Dragicevich, WriterI well remember my first time in Wales – a short trip to Cardiff with a fellow Kiwi living in London. We were so impressed with the castle that we took the train to Caerphilly the following day for an extra serving. I returned shortly afterwards to walk...
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Beachy Cardiff is good for surfing and popular with a laid-back crowd. The town center has the perfunctory supermarkets and everyday shops along San Elijo Ave, about 0.25 miles from the ocean and across t...
Enjoy the beautiful scenic landscapes of Cardiff Bay with the Cardiff Bay Boat Tour. Experience all of Cardiff Bay's beauty and unique locations such as the Welsh Assembly and the Dr. Who Exhibition buildings.
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