Cardiff the capital of Wales, the city that never sleeps with its array of modern architecture, smoothly pathed streets and its own fort!!
This up and coming city of life set to the side of the greenery and sleepy hollows of the Welsh valleys.
Whatever you want to do here can be done.
A short weekend would mean you could jump on the hop On hop off bus and take in the cities wonders, or visit The Cardiff Story Museum or The National Museum filled with Welsh history. A stroll round Cardiff castle and it’s beautiful grounds with peacocks!!
There are so many places to eat, drink and explore you are spilt for choice.
Why not jump on the bus to get to the nearby Cardiff Bay, And wonder around Mermaid Quay have a drink overlooking the water in one of the many watering holes, See a show at the New theatre or have a giggle at the Glee comedy club.
Cardiff is seeping with history and is just there waiting to be explored.
The Plan Cafe is a wonderful place to brunch or stop for a bit of cake and seeing it’s voted as one of the top 25 cafes in the UK It’s worth a visit.
The Discovery is a gastro pub full of delights to refuel after a days sight seeing.
There’s The Goat Major, O’Neil’s (of course there had to be an Irish bar!), The Brewdog and so many more places to stop and take a moment, whether you like vegan food through to the islands of the Caribbean, the choices are endless.
Accessibility for my Wheels – Marvellous
Cardiff is one of the most wheelchair friendly cities I have ever been too.
With its perfectly flat pathing all around the city, numerous shops, restaurants and bars with floor level access and disabled facilities.
There are a number of museums and tourists attractions (all stated above) that have fantastic disabled facilities and the transport to get around the city from taxis, to buses, to tours makes it a city not to be missed.
Cardiff was a wonderful city to venture too filled with so much to do and see. Ya a must visit and I hope to be having more adventures there soon.