Are you visiting Cardiff for the UEFA Champions League Final 2017? Check out our international guides and make the most out of your time in Cardiff.
Montserrat Prat owns La Cuina in Canton which has become a hub for Catalans in the city. Check out Monsterrat’s reasons to visit Cardiff below.
Giovanni Malacrino is a true Welsh Italian. Find out why Welsh people are just like Italians below.
Miguel Angel Tapia is a Cardiff newbie and Pinxto chef at Curado Bar. He’s keeping his fingers crossed that many more Spaniards will be joining him in June, find out why you should come along anyway below.
Francis Dupuy has lived in Cardiff for nearly 30 years and let’s us know why he loves Cardiff.
Nina Amthor is an accidental Cardiffian, originally from Northern Bavaria and Cardiff University graduate. Check out why she forgot to leave this wonderful city below.
Cardiff is the 15 minute city, with cultural landmarks within walking distance of each other. Jump in a water taxi to the eateries of Mermaid Quay, soak up the history at a city center castle and explore the Victorian shopping arcades.
Cardiff is a city that loves to entertain, so you’re guaranteed a great night out with hundreds of places to eat and drink.
Looking for inspiration? Take a look at our Food and Drink Guides.
Cardiff is one of the flattest cities in the UK, so it’s easy to get around but these map resources will help too.
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It’s less than 100 days to go until two legendary international football teams battle it out in the Champions League Final on June 3rd. Whilst Cardiff isn’t the largest city, it’s inhabitants and landmarks are legends in their own right and we need you to help us show them off.
The real life legends and personalities who make Cardiff the wonderful city that it is. From political figures to innovative business people, sports stars to creatives.
The Animal’s which adorn the walls of Cardiff Castle have been watching life go by in Cardiff since 1890, and here the leopard which was added to the wall in 1920 nominates their favourite Cardiff legend.
The National Museum of Cardiff houses the largest collection of French impressionist art outside of Paris and here the Blue Lady nominates her favourite Cardiff legend.
It’s the biggest club football match on the planet and the most-watched annual sporting event, pulling in a TV audience of up to 300 million fans in 200 countries – that’s around three times as many as American football’s Super Bowl.
And for Cardiff and Wales, it’s another brilliant opportunity to shine under a global spotlight, following our successful hosting of major international events like the Ryder Cup, NATO summit and Rugby World Cup.
The 2017 UEFA Champions League Final takes place in the home of Welsh rugby in front of a capacity crowd of 74,500. Built to host the 1999 Rugby World Cup, it’s the second-largest covered stadium in the world, with a proud track-record of hosting major events, including the FA Cup Final for a six-year spell from 2001 to 2006 while Wembley Stadium was being redeveloped. Not only that, but the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final will take place at Cardiff City Stadium on Thursday, 1 June.
Your home for UEFA Champions League Final 2017. Pre-pitched camping and glamping, a short walk from Cardiff city centre and the National Stadium of Wales, venue for the UEFA Champions League Final 2017.
The pre-pitched camping village provide fully kitted out pre-pitched tents with beds, pillows, linen and everything you need to make your stay comfortable and easy.