Visit Cardiff, home to Cardiff Stadium and the 2007 Rugby World Cup in September! Vibrant Cardiff, the Welch capital, is home to Gothic castles and cathedrals, Victorian parks, arcades, Cardiff Bay, ultra-modern Millennium Stadium, and lively nightlife with theatres, pubs and clubs. Cardiff’s attractions include Cardiff Castle, National Museum & Gallery, Castell Coch, Museum of Welsh Life, Techniquest, Millennium Stadium Tour, Big Pit Mining Museum, Llandaff Cathedral and Cardiff Bay Visitor Centre.
Other popular attractions in Cardiff include the National Museum and Gallery, St David's Hall, Llandaff Cathedral, the outdoor Museum of Welsh Life and the Millennium Stadium - the new home of the Welsh Rugby Union. There are also many historical attractions and points of interest just outside the city, including several Neolithic sites, and the area is also resplendent with natural beauty.
This fast growing urban centre may seem an unlikely tourist destination, but more and more travellers are flocking to enjoy the sights, sounds and 24-hour buzz of the Welsh capital.