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Cardiff is the capital of Wales and for good reason. With Cardiff Castle, bustling shops, sports stadiums and more, Cardiff is the central hub of life in Wales and world renowned for such events as Winter Wonderland held every year at Christmas time.

In the 1800’s the town itself really started to grow as Cardiff became one of the main ports for coal mining as well as the establishing a military presence in 1877. Since 1955 Cardiff has officially been the Capital city of Wales and has a vital role in the country’s culture, shopping, administrative and sporting facilities.

There is never a dull moment to be found in Cardiff as it is always busy, whether you want to stay in a gorgeous hotel after a night out at the theatre or you’ve just enjoyed a rugby game and would like a bite to eat, there is always something to do in this city. The cost of living in Cardiff is also 41% less expensive than living in London and with all the amenities on offer, this makes it a great place to stay and live a vibrant lifestyle.

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Things to do in Cardiff

Cardiff is one of the most amazing and interesting places to explore, bursting with life and vibrant people and places to see. For the history buff, there is not only Cardiff Castle but also Castle Coch and Caerphilly Castle on offer. Each of this is brimming with original architecture and stories and artifacts pertaining to life years ago. Apart from the spectacular grounds and views, each castle has its own unique story to tell and is worth a visit.

If you’d like to take your knowledge of Cardiff up a notch, head straight to St Fagans National Museum of History where you can physically step into little houses, libraries and shops to see how life was lived. Cardiff Bay makes for a stunning day out as you walk through the marina and take in the sights of the sea. Hop into a boat for a ride out and feel the wind in your hair as you set sail around the bay.

The Wales Millennium Centre is perfect for a night out of comedy, music or the arts. Book into a hotel nearby and make a night away of it, as you dine out at one of the many eateries with loads to choose from.

Schools and Living in Cardiff

Cardiff has been named one of the top places to live in Wales with its many amenities and work opportunities as well as being so centrally placed. With areas such as Penylan, Llandaf and Cyncoed, life in Cardiff is highly sought after. Living in Cardiff is more expensive than other areas in Wales, due to its location and the hub of life here.

Cardiff has both state owned as well as independent schools available as well as the well-known Cardiff University, for those seeking to further their studies. Some notable schools are St Peters Primary School, Marlborough Primary School and St Mary’s Catholic School, learners here achieve well above the expectations set out by the education department. Secondary schools such as Bishop of Llandaff Church in Wales also boasts excellent academics and programs for high school learners. Cardiff High School and Fitzalan High School are also well worth a visit when making a decision about where to send your children.

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Local Suburbs Nearby:

  • Atlantic Wharf
  • Birchgrove, Cardiff
  • Butetown
  • Cardiff Bay
  • Cardiff city centre
  • Cardiff Gate
  • Castle Quarter (Cardiff)
  • Cathays Park
  • Cefn Mably
  • Coryton, Cardiff
  • Culverhouse Cross
  • Cyncoed
  • Danescourt
  • Ely, Cardiff
  • Gabalfa
  • The Hayes
  • Cardiff International Sports Village

Local Places Nearby:

  • Leckwith, Cardiff
  • Llandaff
  • Maindy
  • Mermaid Quay
  • Morganstown
  • Mynachdy
  • Pentrebane
  • Plasdwr
  • Pwll-coch
  • Radyr
  • Rhiwbina
  • Rhydlafar
  • Roath
  • St Mellons
  • Tiger Bay
  • Tremorfa