Stop 1

Cardiff Castle

Visit Cardiff Castle where you can explore over 2,000 years of history.  Originally the site of a Roman fortress, the grounds today  are dominated by the dramatic Norman Keep.   Take a guided tour  of the Castle Apartments ( 50 mins) to appreciate the spectacularly lavish  Gothic – Revival interiors, created for the Third Marquess of Bute by art- architect William Burges in the 19th century. Together they created a Welsh Victorian ‘Camelot’.

Stop 2

Cardiff Boat Tours

On leaving the Castle, a brief stroll through Bute Park, formerly the pleasure gardens of Cardiff Castle, brings you to the water taxi stop for the Princess Katherine and a leisurely cruise down to Cardiff Bay.  Nowadays, Cardiff Bay is a bustling waterfront, a centre for arts and culture, with an amazing choice of bars and restaurants for your group to relax and refuel.

Stop 3

Wales Millennium Centre

You and your group can really add something special to your experience by choosing a backstage tour of this world- class arts centre. Follow in the footsteps of the stars or if you book ahead, take in an evening show – anything from the latest shows straight out of the West End to opera, ballet and the world-class concerts.

Stop 4

Norwegian Church

An iconic building at the waters’ edge, former place of worship for Norwegian sailors and the church where Roald Dahl was christened, the Norwegian Church today is a superb place to take a break, enjoy a coffee, a bite to eat, or afternoon tea with panoramic views of the bay.