The name may conjure up images of Disney's hippos in tutus, but it's smaller critters that feature in this glass pyramid, parked between...
Action Bikes rents bikes for around per day.
It would be hard to find a more complete contrast to the Waterfront Museum than the gloriously old-fashioned Swansea Museum – Dylan...
No Sign Bar
Once frequented by Dylan Thomas (it appears as the Wine Vaults in his story The Followers ), the No Sign stands out as the only vaguely...
Hanson at the Chelsea Restaurant
Perfect for a romantic liaison, this elegant little dining room is discreetly tucked away behind the frenzy of Wind St. Seafood's the...
Swansea Castle information
Lonely Planet review
The ruins of 14th-century Swansea Castle - closed to the public - stand on the east side of Castle Sq, hemmed in by modern buildings and dwarfed by the gleaming blue skyscraper of the BT Tower. It was mostly destroyed by Cromwell in 1647, but had a brief lease of life as a prison in the 19th century.