The remains of a ruined 13th century belltower, now acting as a war memorial of the Great War.
Situated overlooking the waters of Cardiff Bay, this easily accessible public building is a Parliament for the people of Wales.
Informing, involving and inspiring a new generation to shape the future
Enabling pedestrians and cyclists to cross between Penarth and the International Sports Village
The public plaza in the heart of Cardiff Bay named after Cardiff-born author
The cathedral lies in the ancient "City of Llandaff" and stands on one of the oldest Christian sites in Britain
Rich in wildlife and steeped in history, experience the unique environment of Flat Holm Island
Enjoy views across the city, bay and Bristol Channel from the Barrage
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