E23***16Worth checking out to see this attraction. If you enjoy history, you will love it. I recommend getting the 45 minute tour (costs extra) and see parts of the castle you won't see. One room just recently opened to tours for the first time in 20 years.
E29***10Cardiff Bay has an array of bars and eateries. If you just want to soak up the atmosphere or simply chill near the water’s edge, admiring the grand selection of boats and yachts, then the Bay is very inviting.
M36***22This building is hard to ignore in the bay area because of its striking bronze roof, its unusual shape, and it is called an armadillo. In addition to visiting its impressive auditorium, there is also a smaller second theater space
M43***62Pleasant enough way to spend a couple of hours. Went primarily to see the paintings but (and of course this is entirely a matter of personal taste) there wasnt a lot to rock my boat and not a lot of range. Some of the pottery was quite interesting but could have been better displayed. The natural history section on the ground floor was rather more interesting than expected- not too "dry"
linni_c64Bute park is a park that you can enjoy quietly. On the walls of the park, you can look at the vivid animals. Each sculptured animal looks vivid and vivid. When you enter the park, you can feel the vast green and faint sunshine. There are small boats by the river that can directly reach Cardiff Bay. There are all kinds of people riding bicycles in the park. There are three families, young couples, and citizens walking leisurely in the park. There is a slalom river where you can find the statue of Earl Bute. I walked a long way in the sunshine... This is the green space of the Bute family and the pride of Cardiff city!
柯林cThe scenery is very beautiful, and there are many people on weekends. You can take a boat directly to Cardiff Castle. There is a food festival every summer. If you have a chance, you must come in the summer~~~~