Unlike most of the bigger cities, it takes a bit more than just a plane ride to get to Cardiff Advertisements
On our last day in Cardiff, we decided to head down into the bay, and as the weather was nothing but stunning, we hopped on a boat and did a short boat tour through the bay!
I may not be very good at playing Mini golf, but I definitely love it and play it whenever I have the chance to! So, when I spotted the sign to some adventure golf in the St.David’s shopping centre, I knew what I wanted to do!
One beautiful feature of Cardiff are the numerous Victorian and Edwardian arcades, which gave the city the nickname ‘City of Arcades’. I want to tell you more about these small Arcades winding their way through and offering a unique spot for stores and cafés.
Christmas time is the time for christmas markets, for decoration and beautiful lights lighting up the dark streets; and Cardiff is lit up in a lovely fashion!
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.
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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!