Clwb Ifor Bach
Open-top double-decker tours, departing every 30 minutes from its stop outside Cardiff Castle and making a short circuit of the city....
There's a medieval keep at its heart, but it's the later additions to Cardiff Castle that really capture the imagination. During the...
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It may look humble, but this little eatery has a reputation for cheap and cheerful, simple Italian food. The menu has a good vegetarian...
11 Womanby St · interesting places nearby
Clwb Ifor Bach information
The legendary Clwb has broken many a Welsh band since it first opened its doors as a Welsh-language social club in 1983, building a reputation as Cardiff's most important indie music venue. It now hosts bands performing in many tongues – from young upstarts to more established acts – along with regular club nights.