Cardiff offers a global fusion of culture and cuisine, with the City Road area boasting some of the city’s best restaurants, serving everything from North African street food to East Asian favourites. There’s also a huge focus on local and international arts, with near-constant live music, theatre shows, art exhibitions and stand-up comedy to be explored and enjoyed. As a global city, the Welsh capital offers just the mix of shops, restaurants, arts venues, pubs and clubs you’d expect, all wrapped up in a friendly, easygoing South Wales bubble.
From the high street to the vintage stores of Cardiff’s Victorian arcades, shoppers can snap up bargains to their heart’s content, before hitting the city centre for drinks. Sports fans can check out the action at Wales’ national stadium, The Principality Stadium (previously known as the Millennium Stadium) or follow the exploits of Cardiff City.