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  • Cardiff: 24-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

    1. Cardiff: 24-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

    Cardiff is the youngest and fastest growing capital city in Europe. Cardiff is home to the famous Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle which is one of Wales’ leading heritage attractions, the magnificent Cardiff Civic Centre which includes The National Museum of Wales and the beautiful tranquil Alexandra Gardens. Hop-off at Cardiff Bay and see this fantastic new development and the Cardiff Barrage. Visit the Millennium Centre, one of the world’s iconic arts and cultural destinations, Mermaid Quay a major waterfront development for a wide range of eating and drinking places and Techniquest, the hands on Science Exhibition Center for all ages. Cardiff is known for it's shopping with a vast array of popular high street stores with three indoor shopping centers, surrounded by many independent stores in and around the city. It is also well known for its prestigious Victorian & Edwardian A...

    Decent tour to seem so sites . Driver was not particularly helpful on explaining reason for your being shortened or distance to place we wanted to be from nearest stop . Recording was repetitive .

  • Cardiff: Tootbus Cardiff Discovery Hop-on Hop-off Tour

    2. Cardiff: Tootbus Cardiff Discovery Hop-on Hop-off Tour

    Hop-on and off to explore all the attractions and famous landmarks in and around Cardiff. Discover 14 stops along the route, including Cardiff Castle, Bute park, Principality Stadium, Norvegian Church, and Cardiff Bay. Jump off the bus to admire the modern Wales Millennium Centre, visit the Craft in the Bay Gallery and the fascinating Cardiff Barrage or stop for a drink at the Mermaid Quai. Visit the Techniquest, an interactive science discovery center for family-friendly fun. Take in some shopping in the city center, one of the top ten shopping destinations in Britain.

  • From Cardiff: Mumbles and Gower Peninsular Tour

    3. From Cardiff: Mumbles and Gower Peninsular Tour

    Start by meeting your guide at the central train station in Cardiff. Hop on an air-conditioned minivan and travel along the southern coastline of South Wales, passing the cities of Port Talbot and Swansea. Explore the charming area of Mumbles and stroll along the "Mumbles Mile" to see the wonderful pier and offshore lighthouse. Take some time to explore the boardwalk and grab an ice cream as you enjoy the pleasant surroundings of this quaint location. Next, explore the Gower Peninsular in all of its natural glory with a hike from Langland Bay along the coastal path to Caswell Bay. Enjoy the beautiful scenery throughout with plenty of fantastic photo stops. Return to Cardiff in the evening after a full day of exploring. Finally, visit Worms Head and the majestic sweep of Rhossili Bay, which is regularly voted in the top ten beaches.

    Riki is an amazing tour guide. We had plenty of time at each stop and we've learned a lot about Gower Peninsula. Definitely recommend!!

  • From Cardiff: Brecon Beacons Gorge Walking Adventure Tour

    4. From Cardiff: Brecon Beacons Gorge Walking Adventure Tour

    Start your day with guided tour of the world famous Rhondda Valley in Southeast Wales. Enter the Brecon Beacons National Park and take part in the most fun and adventurous activity available in South Wales, Gorge Walking. Travel through a river gorge, climb, jump, swim, and float through the rapids, walking behind waterfalls and swimming in the crystal clear waters.

    Excellent, nothing to complain. Very kind staff. Congratulations for excellent service.

  • From Cardiff: Tour of Cardiff Bay and Vale of Glamorgan

    5. From Cardiff: Tour of Cardiff Bay and Vale of Glamorgan

    Start your guided tour in Cardiff city center. Begin with Cardiff's origins as a Roman garrison, traveling through time to the medieval period and the city's expansion as a global distribution center for coal.

    Visit Cardiff Bay and the Victorian seaside town of Penarth. Drive through the Vale of Glamorgan and discover ancient burial chambers and hidden villages.

    Follow the Heritage Coast and don't miss the chance to hunt for fossils, or maybe take a dip in the sea. The tour finishes where it began in Cardiff.

    Me and my girlfriend had am amazing time. Ricky is very knowledgeable and well informed on different topics regarding Cardiff and the surroundings: history, politics, customs, traditions, urban legends, geography. He was very friendly and accommodating and answered all out questions. The gorgeous places we visited were enhanced by having someone to tell us local legends and historical facts. We enjoyed every minute or our trip, from visiting the most important places in Cardiff to the gorgeous view of the bay, the visit of a ruin castle in a field full of beautiful, friendly horses, the ancient burial site, to the créme dé la créme, the absolute stunning beach that left us breathless with its unique beauty. Definitely wear waterproof shoes and pack a waterproof jacket just in case, we had beautiful weather. One of the best tours we have been on and the best outdoors activity of this year so far.

  • Cardiff: Guided Walking Tour

    6. Cardiff: Guided Walking Tour

    Explore the sights and delights of the City of Cardiff with a local and knowledgeable guide on a walking tour. Meet your local guide at the National Museum of Wales. Explore first, Cathays Park and Cardiff Civic Centre that was built during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Continue through Bute park and along the river Taff to Cardiff Castle. Stroll through the narrow lanes and arcades that make Cardiff such a popular destination for visitors and shoppers. Pass the Principality Rugby stadium, the Spiritual home of Rugby in Wales. Travel through time as you head to the site of the old Roman and early medieval areas of Cardiff. Follow the old Canal and City walls. End the tour back at the Museum, where it started.

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What people are saying about Cardiff

Me and my girlfriend had am amazing time. Ricky is very knowledgeable and well informed on different topics regarding Cardiff and the surroundings: history, politics, customs, traditions, urban legends, geography. He was very friendly and accommodating and answered all out questions. The gorgeous places we visited were enhanced by having someone to tell us local legends and historical facts. We enjoyed every minute or our trip, from visiting the most important places in Cardiff to the gorgeous view of the bay, the visit of a ruin castle in a field full of beautiful, friendly horses, the ancient burial site, to the créme dé la créme, the absolute stunning beach that left us breathless with its unique beauty. Definitely wear waterproof shoes and pack a waterproof jacket just in case, we had beautiful weather. One of the best tours we have been on and the best outdoors activity of this year so far.

This tour was the highlight of our time in Wales! The scenery was breathtaking and we had more than enough time to take everything in at each stop. Ricky was the perfect guide - he really took good care of us and he made the tour very interesting with his vast knowledge of all the attractions. On this tour we really got to experience some extraordinary hidden gems along the south coast. 10/10, highly recommend!

Super tour with a plenty of time and much to discover...highly recommended for nature enthusiasts. Our guide Rikki had nice stories to tell

Riki is an amazing tour guide. We had plenty of time at each stop and we've learned a lot about Gower Peninsula. Definitely recommend!!

Excellent, nothing to complain. Very kind staff. Congratulations for excellent service.