Only a couple more days and then it’s christmas eve. Presents will be unpacked and hopefully there will be snow, or at least some cold. But it’s also the end of the year, and that’s a perfect moment to think back to the awesome events which took place in summer!
Cardiff offers a lot, for tourists, for travellers, photographers find a lot of good spots and there is enough food for every taste and a shop for every quirk out there. But it also offers quite some spaces for lovers of the series Doctor Who or Torchwood, a spin-off thereof.
If you plan to travel to Wales, here are some useful travel tips, including climate, transport, visa and some other aspects.
During my stay in Cardiff I had the chance to take a welsh course and I am so grateful that I was able to do this!
Southerndown Beach ist he right spot for you if you are a Doctor Who Fan and/or want to spend time at an awesome beach which isn’t too full!
When we travelled to Southerndown from Bridgend, we passed Ogmore. I immediately spotted the castle ruins there and next to it the Ogmore Farm Riding Centre. I love ruins and I love riding! Thus it was pretty much a given that I would return and stop there the next time!
I visited Bridgend on my way to Southerndown Beach, but as we missed the next bus and the next one would leave one hour later – we had some time to spend here and had a look around.
When you travel to Cardiff Bay you can already see the instalment – the big blue building on one side of the Bay. The Experience is near the BBC studios, where the series is filmed. Visitors do have the opportunity to get a unique peek onto some of the series best props and costumes here! … More Doctor Who Experience
Cardiff is the capital of Wales and the city where I spent quite some months of my life. First I went there as it was mandatory for my studies to spend some time abroad, but part of me really fell in love with this city. It’s big enough to provide entertainment for every possible wish … More Wales – Cardiff Bay
Castell Caerdydd is the welsh name for Cardiff Castle, which lies in the heart of the city and can be easily found – just follow any of the shopping streets to the end and you can see it already!