Looking to catch a flight to Cardiff? With Aer Lingus you can catch a cheap flight from Dublin and be there in around an hour.
By Train, Bus or Taxi there are a variety of options to get you to Cardiff City Centre.
By Train: Trains run from Rhoose Cardiff International Airport railway station every hour from Monday to Saturday. A shuttle bus service from the train station to the Airport and takes around 10 mins.
By bus: the T9 bus is located directly outside the terminal entrance and will take you Cardiff City Centre, it's available every 20 mins Monday to Saturday (and every 2 hours on Sundays).
By car: Just enter the junction 33 on the M4 and follow the signs for Cardiff City centre.
Cardiff is a city bursting with personality. This ancient city has piles of interesting tourist attractions, but the best part of visiting Cardiff is the people. That warm Welsh welcome will be waiting for you with a laugh and a pint.
This beautiful dual level Victorian building has been converted into a modern mixture of unique shops and food experiences. Running since the 1700s this is a great place to stop off for a coffee and experience some old-school shopping.
If you can nab a ticket to a big rugby game then you are in for a treat. This 73,000 capacity stadium is like no other. Located smack bang in the middle of Cardiff you will love hearing the Welsh fans sing "Land of My Fathers" in perfect harmony…especially if the roof is closed.
Claiming to be the oldest record shop in the world this is a great treat for music lovers. Opened in 1894 there are some amazing collectables on display with vinyl and band plastered all across the walls.