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Cardiff: Quirky self-guided smartphone heritage walks

Cardiff: Quirky self-guided smartphone heritage walks

If you are Curious About Cardiff, take one of our quirky self-guided walks, where you can explore the heart of this historic capital city. Not only will you visit the better-known places – we make sure you visit the unusual and intriguing ones too! Added to this we provide compelling stories about the history around you, whilst you have fun following our detailed directions, finding answers to our addictive clues and matching pictures to places along the way. You’ll discover "hidden treasures", whilst reading about the history of Cardiff and the people and events that have shaped it – whether you’re familiar with Cardiff or a first-time visitor, you will spot things you would not have otherwise noticed. Download the walks to your mobile device, then follow the directions and enjoy our self-guided heritage walks at your own pace and level of interest The walks are 1.5 miles and 1 mile respectively. Both walks are suitable for wheelchair and buggy users.

From Cardiff: Tour of Cardiff Bay and Vale of Glamorgan

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.

Cardiff: City Walking Tour with a Professional, Local Guide

Cardiff: City Walking Tour with a Professional, Local Guide

Discover Cardiff's rich and varied history on this walking tour with a certified Green Badge guide. Wander through the city's streets and alleyways and see sights such as Cardiff Castle, Principality Stadium, and the Civic Center. With your guide, trace Cardiff's origins as a modest Roman Port, to its prominent role in the court of Elizabeth 1st. Learn about the prosperity of the entrepreneurial Victorian era when Cardiff dominated the world's coal industry and how this created one of Europe's youngest capital cities. Start your tour on the grounds of Cardiff Castle and learn about its 2000-year history. Take in views of the Principality Stadium, home of Welsh Rugby. Walk through the beautiful parklands surrounding the Castle and learn about the Bute family clan and how they shaped Cardiff. Next, visit the Civic Centre, which includes the Museum, City Hall, University, and the Queen Alexandria Remembrance gardens. In the Museum we will see the world famous Impressionist collection, including the Sculpture 'The Kiss' by Edwarde Rodin, the Water Lilies by Claude Monet and many others. Stop for a coffee in a unique landmark building. Take in the unique Victorian shopping arcades and indoor market before finishing the tour back at the castle.

Cardiff: Private Guided Highlights Tour

Cardiff: Private Guided Highlights Tour

This 2.5-hour walking tour of central Cardiff shows you the best the Welsh capital has to offer: beautiful green spaces, the iconic castle, unique arcades and its stunning civic center. Cardiff is a city with over 2,000 years of history. It’s the youngest capital city in Europe, and the fastest growing capital in Western Europe. Discover many facets of Cardiff’s rich past and present on a leisurely stroll through the city. The route will take you via the shopping district, the Castle Quarter, through Bute Park and the civic center, ending in front of Cardiff Castle.  Your guide will give you plenty of tips, suggestions and recommendations of things to do in Cardiff and around Wales, including where to find the city’s hidden gems and best bars and restaurants. The tour is flexible, so if you have any specific requests they can be catered to, such as where you want to start or finish, what you want to see, and what you want to learn about in particular.

Cardiff: Private Doctor Who Walking Tour

Cardiff: Private Doctor Who Walking Tour

Walk through the world of Doctor Who in Cardiff as you encounter the show's most iconic filming locations. See how Cardiff has featured in the modern show from the first the episode to the most recent stories. On this tour you will discover 30 filming locations that reference up to a 100 different episodes all over central Cardiff. Your guide will reveal all of Cardiff's major geographic landmarks and notable buildings that are used in the show. Head to the glamorous Civic Centre area and stroll through the old city center towards the modern Cardiff Bay area. Finish your tour at the home of the Doctor Who spinoff "Torchwood" in Cardiff Bay.

The Dark Cardiff Guided Walking Tour

The Dark Cardiff Guided Walking Tour

Walk through the darker edges of Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, on this two hour guided walking tour of old Cardiff. Hear the twisted tales, from slums to graveyards, ghosts to pirates, and prisons to disease, across a thousand years of local history. Discover a time when danger lurked behind every corner. This tour focuses on the lesser talked about aspects of Cardiff and Welsh history. Behind the Roman origins, Tudor markets and industrial-age glory lie tales of disease, executions, ghosts and sea-monsters. Cardiff may be a young capital city but it is still steeped in legend with a dark and sinister underbelly, a place where pirates roamed freely, normal people faced ritual humiliation and even the smallest crime may have been met with execution. This tour if fully confined to what one may call 'Old Cardiff' or the Castle Quarter, starting and finishing in very central locations, in amongst the bars, restaurants and evening activity of Cardiff city centre.

Cardiff City and the Bay, walking tour, small group

Cardiff City and the Bay, walking tour, small group

Cardiff Bay to the City Centre, we will take in the historic sites - many familiar as film locations from popular TV series such as Doctor Who, Torchwood and Sherlock Holmes. In the City a guided walk to celebrate the greatest Edwardian City in the UK built on the back of of the Industrial Revolution and the Worldwide export of coal. The tour will take in the Castle, the Civic area, Museum complete with its world famous impressionist paintings, Bute Park, the Principality Stadium and the Victorian market and shopping arcades. If timings allow, we will travel by water taxi to Cardiff Bay, or if not by conventional taxi. This is payable locally approx £7 per person for water taxi; £5 per person for conventional taxi. In the Bay, a guided walk to marvel at the transformation of Cardiff Docks or Tiger Bay as it was known, to brilliantly modern and unique landscape of Cardiff Bay. The tour will take in the Millennium centre, The Welsh Parliament known at the Senedd, the Norwegian Church, Mount Stuart Square and the Coal Exchange and the Cardiff Bay Barrage which has effectively created a 500 hectare lake, The biggest regeneration project of its type in the 1990s. We will take comfort and refreshment stops along the way.

Explore Cardiff's Heart: A Self-Guided Audio Walk

Explore Cardiff's Heart: A Self-Guided Audio Walk

Embark on a self-guided audio journey through the historic and cultural heartbeat of Cardiff. Designed for curious individuals eager to experience the city's evolution, this tour is a trek through time, from ancient fortifications to modern landmarks. Along the way, the tales of Cardiff's Roman origins, coal-fueled growth, and the influential Bute family come to life through engaging narrative audio clips, offering a unique perspective of the capital's past and present. The route kicks off at the iconic Cardiff Castle, where history stands tall amid the bustling city energy. Travelers will traverse landmark-studded paths, including the Animal Wall and charming city streets, all the way to the grandeur of City Hall. Wrapping around, the exploration culminates at Cardiff Crown Court, after passing by key institutions like Cardiff University and the Welsh National War Memorial. Each stop is a chapter in Cardiff's story, marked clearly for ease of following. Memorable moments await at every corner, from the mighty Roman walls of Cardiff Castle to the stained-glass beauty of a hidden burger joint. The tour brings into focus Cardiff's knack for blending the old with the new, offering a sensory feast of sights and sounds. Here's the chance to connect with Cardiff's spirit, to sense the weight of history, and witness the dynamic allure that calls this Welsh capital home. HOW IS THE TOUR GOING — Stay flexible: join the tour whenever you want and explore the sights as long as you like. — Enjoy the tour even offline: all audio tours are tested for high quality and easy navigation.

Cardiff: Private Half-Day City Center and Bay Walking Tour

Cardiff: Private Half-Day City Center and Bay Walking Tour

Discover Cardiff's rich past and present on a private half-day tour. Take a leisurely stroll through the city center, starting at Cardiff Castle. Continue to the civic center, Bute Park and the Castle Quarter. Then head to Cardiff Bay.  Learn about Cardiff's 2,000 years of history from your informative guide. Benefit from advice and suggestions on what to do in Cardiff and around Wales. You guide will tell you where to find the city's hidden gems and best bars and restaurants. Specific requests regarding the itinerary can be accommodated with prior notice. The tour will end outside the stunning Wales Millennium Center.

Principality Stadium: Our most recommended tours and activities

Cardiff: Quirky self-guided smartphone heritage walks

Cardiff: Quirky self-guided smartphone heritage walks

If you are Curious About Cardiff, take one of our quirky self-guided walks, where you can explore the heart of this historic capital city. Not only will you visit the better-known places – we make sure you visit the unusual and intriguing ones too! Added to this we provide compelling stories about the history around you, whilst you have fun following our detailed directions, finding answers to our addictive clues and matching pictures to places along the way. You’ll discover "hidden treasures", whilst reading about the history of Cardiff and the people and events that have shaped it – whether you’re familiar with Cardiff or a first-time visitor, you will spot things you would not have otherwise noticed. Download the walks to your mobile device, then follow the directions and enjoy our self-guided heritage walks at your own pace and level of interest The walks are 1.5 miles and 1 mile respectively. Both walks are suitable for wheelchair and buggy users.

From Cardiff: Tour of Cardiff Bay and Vale of Glamorgan

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.

Cardiff: City Walking Tour with a Professional, Local Guide

Cardiff: City Walking Tour with a Professional, Local Guide

Discover Cardiff's rich and varied history on this walking tour with a certified Green Badge guide. Wander through the city's streets and alleyways and see sights such as Cardiff Castle, Principality Stadium, and the Civic Center. With your guide, trace Cardiff's origins as a modest Roman Port, to its prominent role in the court of Elizabeth 1st. Learn about the prosperity of the entrepreneurial Victorian era when Cardiff dominated the world's coal industry and how this created one of Europe's youngest capital cities. Start your tour on the grounds of Cardiff Castle and learn about its 2000-year history. Take in views of the Principality Stadium, home of Welsh Rugby. Walk through the beautiful parklands surrounding the Castle and learn about the Bute family clan and how they shaped Cardiff. Next, visit the Civic Centre, which includes the Museum, City Hall, University, and the Queen Alexandria Remembrance gardens. In the Museum we will see the world famous Impressionist collection, including the Sculpture 'The Kiss' by Edwarde Rodin, the Water Lilies by Claude Monet and many others. Stop for a coffee in a unique landmark building. Take in the unique Victorian shopping arcades and indoor market before finishing the tour back at the castle.

Cardiff: Private Guided Highlights Tour

Cardiff: Private Guided Highlights Tour

This 2.5-hour walking tour of central Cardiff shows you the best the Welsh capital has to offer: beautiful green spaces, the iconic castle, unique arcades and its stunning civic center. Cardiff is a city with over 2,000 years of history. It’s the youngest capital city in Europe, and the fastest growing capital in Western Europe. Discover many facets of Cardiff’s rich past and present on a leisurely stroll through the city. The route will take you via the shopping district, the Castle Quarter, through Bute Park and the civic center, ending in front of Cardiff Castle.  Your guide will give you plenty of tips, suggestions and recommendations of things to do in Cardiff and around Wales, including where to find the city’s hidden gems and best bars and restaurants. The tour is flexible, so if you have any specific requests they can be catered to, such as where you want to start or finish, what you want to see, and what you want to learn about in particular.

Cardiff: Private Doctor Who Walking Tour

Cardiff: Private Doctor Who Walking Tour

Walk through the world of Doctor Who in Cardiff as you encounter the show's most iconic filming locations. See how Cardiff has featured in the modern show from the first the episode to the most recent stories. On this tour you will discover 30 filming locations that reference up to a 100 different episodes all over central Cardiff. Your guide will reveal all of Cardiff's major geographic landmarks and notable buildings that are used in the show. Head to the glamorous Civic Centre area and stroll through the old city center towards the modern Cardiff Bay area. Finish your tour at the home of the Doctor Who spinoff "Torchwood" in Cardiff Bay.

The Dark Cardiff Guided Walking Tour

The Dark Cardiff Guided Walking Tour

Walk through the darker edges of Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, on this two hour guided walking tour of old Cardiff. Hear the twisted tales, from slums to graveyards, ghosts to pirates, and prisons to disease, across a thousand years of local history. Discover a time when danger lurked behind every corner. This tour focuses on the lesser talked about aspects of Cardiff and Welsh history. Behind the Roman origins, Tudor markets and industrial-age glory lie tales of disease, executions, ghosts and sea-monsters. Cardiff may be a young capital city but it is still steeped in legend with a dark and sinister underbelly, a place where pirates roamed freely, normal people faced ritual humiliation and even the smallest crime may have been met with execution. This tour if fully confined to what one may call 'Old Cardiff' or the Castle Quarter, starting and finishing in very central locations, in amongst the bars, restaurants and evening activity of Cardiff city centre.

Cardiff City and the Bay, walking tour, small group

Cardiff City and the Bay, walking tour, small group

Cardiff Bay to the City Centre, we will take in the historic sites - many familiar as film locations from popular TV series such as Doctor Who, Torchwood and Sherlock Holmes. In the City a guided walk to celebrate the greatest Edwardian City in the UK built on the back of of the Industrial Revolution and the Worldwide export of coal. The tour will take in the Castle, the Civic area, Museum complete with its world famous impressionist paintings, Bute Park, the Principality Stadium and the Victorian market and shopping arcades. If timings allow, we will travel by water taxi to Cardiff Bay, or if not by conventional taxi. This is payable locally approx £7 per person for water taxi; £5 per person for conventional taxi. In the Bay, a guided walk to marvel at the transformation of Cardiff Docks or Tiger Bay as it was known, to brilliantly modern and unique landscape of Cardiff Bay. The tour will take in the Millennium centre, The Welsh Parliament known at the Senedd, the Norwegian Church, Mount Stuart Square and the Coal Exchange and the Cardiff Bay Barrage which has effectively created a 500 hectare lake, The biggest regeneration project of its type in the 1990s. We will take comfort and refreshment stops along the way.

Explore Cardiff's Heart: A Self-Guided Audio Walk

Explore Cardiff's Heart: A Self-Guided Audio Walk

Embark on a self-guided audio journey through the historic and cultural heartbeat of Cardiff. Designed for curious individuals eager to experience the city's evolution, this tour is a trek through time, from ancient fortifications to modern landmarks. Along the way, the tales of Cardiff's Roman origins, coal-fueled growth, and the influential Bute family come to life through engaging narrative audio clips, offering a unique perspective of the capital's past and present. The route kicks off at the iconic Cardiff Castle, where history stands tall amid the bustling city energy. Travelers will traverse landmark-studded paths, including the Animal Wall and charming city streets, all the way to the grandeur of City Hall. Wrapping around, the exploration culminates at Cardiff Crown Court, after passing by key institutions like Cardiff University and the Welsh National War Memorial. Each stop is a chapter in Cardiff's story, marked clearly for ease of following. Memorable moments await at every corner, from the mighty Roman walls of Cardiff Castle to the stained-glass beauty of a hidden burger joint. The tour brings into focus Cardiff's knack for blending the old with the new, offering a sensory feast of sights and sounds. Here's the chance to connect with Cardiff's spirit, to sense the weight of history, and witness the dynamic allure that calls this Welsh capital home. HOW IS THE TOUR GOING — Stay flexible: join the tour whenever you want and explore the sights as long as you like. — Enjoy the tour even offline: all audio tours are tested for high quality and easy navigation.

Cardiff: Private Half-Day City Center and Bay Walking Tour

Cardiff: Private Half-Day City Center and Bay Walking Tour

Discover Cardiff's rich past and present on a private half-day tour. Take a leisurely stroll through the city center, starting at Cardiff Castle. Continue to the civic center, Bute Park and the Castle Quarter. Then head to Cardiff Bay.  Learn about Cardiff's 2,000 years of history from your informative guide. Benefit from advice and suggestions on what to do in Cardiff and around Wales. You guide will tell you where to find the city's hidden gems and best bars and restaurants. Specific requests regarding the itinerary can be accommodated with prior notice. The tour will end outside the stunning Wales Millennium Center.

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(4 reviews)

Excellent tour, knowledgeable guide, who - although not Welsh - was enthusiastic about the city and the country he had chosen to call home. Learnt lots that we would never have learnt without the tour.

Eugene was brilliant! Awesome guy- took time to listen to and respond to all our questions and snuck in tidbits of things we were interested in. Would recommend him highly! Thank you Eugene!

Excellent tour guides. Very knowledgeable. The places visited are a must see. I highly recommend this tour.

Riki was an amazing guide! We had a wonderful day full of sights and history!

Enjoyed the trip, beautiful scenery and great guide Riki.