Wales

Cardiffis thecapital of the principality of Wales. It dates back some 2,000 years when it was founded by the Romans. It is dominated by the city centre castle, a wonderful mixture of Roman, Norman and Victorian buildings.

Cardiff is a cosmopolitan and vibrant city, being a major sea port, home of Welsh rugby at the Millennium Stadium, and within the development of Cardiff Bay, have been sited the Welsh National Opera, and the Chambers of the Welsh Assembly Government, who are a devolved assembly charged with the administration of Wales.

The whole of South Wales demands exploration as well as visits to scenic areas like the Gower Peninsular, and the wonderful beaches and spectacular cliff top walks of Pembrokeshire. The progress onwards up the Cardiganshire coast through mid Wales and into beautiful Snowdonia with its rugged mountains.

North Wales offers Caernarfon at whose Castle, Prince Charles was formally invested as Prince of Wales, and the Isle of Anglesey, home to Prince William.

Waleshas many attractions; in particular Cardiffhas many excellent restaurants and cafe's with an abundance of good food anda wide variety of interesting shops.Also there is plenty of entertainment and a vibrant nightlife in this graceful city.

Details of the outstanding points of interest

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A selection of listed restaurants, brasseries

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A selection of shops, boutiques, stores

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A selection of listed entertainments

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