Cork Airport

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Welcome to Cardiff

Rugby mad Cardiff has been a happy destination for many Munster and Irish rugby teams but there’s much more to the Welsh capital than just its famous Millennium Stadium.

Flights to Cardiff from Cork Airport

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Things to do here

Cardiff had one of the world’s busiest docks when the famous Welsh mines supplied coal to the world. As the mines closed, the Bay was eventually transformed and is now home to many important Welsh cultural institutions including the Welsh National Opera. The city’s Edwardian era arcades are also home to a mix of galleries and one-off shops include Spillers records, reputedly the oldest record shop in the world. Cardiff's busy nightlife is also buoyed by a large student population. 

 

To Eat

  1. Pork is central to the Potted Pig menu. Located in the vaults of an old bank, it serves seasonal local produce.
  2. The critically acclaimed Shaam Nights serves real Syrian cuisine.

To Stay

  1. The Parc Hotel on Queen Street is in a stately Victorian era building. Well designed guest rooms and the hotel prides itself on its great service. 
  2. Park Plaza - great location and just a five minute walk from Cardiff Castle. 

Wales Millennium Centre Culture

This unique building is the focal point of Cardiff’s regenerated Bay area and houses cultural institutions such as the Welsh National Opera and Orchestra.
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Cardiff Castle Tour

One of the most popular attractions in Cardiff, the architectural styles on display tell the story of the once considerable mercantile wealth of the city.
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National Museum Cardiff Museum

Home to Wales’s national art, geology and natural history collections in addition to one-off exhibitions and events.
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See The City From The Saddle Outdoor Fun

Cardiff is relatively compact  and easily accessible by bike with a number of beautiful parks and public spaces around the city.
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