A brilliant place for shopping, and eating out, especially in the bay! It has it's own history with Cardiff castle, and has many modern notables too, such as the Millennium Stadium, and the Doctor Who tour which is filmed here.
Cities near Cardiff
- 2UK9 reviews
i gotta live here, dont mean to say i like it
- 3UK3 reviews
A fairly nice town with the main feature being its castle, which must be visited, especially when the Big Cheese festival is here and that really livens up the town!
- 4UK4 reviews
good memoreis of the 80,s ,lived on locking road for about 5 yrs,loved it,will go bk,2 the supermud loool .
- 5UK2 reviews
Quite a nice town in the countryside, but if you were visiting, you'd be there for a meal and a nice walk, rather than some shopping.
- 6UK1 review
A great place to go shopping! It doesn't give you the day out shopping experience (with Cardiff not far down the road), but it has all the shops needed to satisfy you for a good trip out.
- 8UK1 review
A little run down, but it has everything needed to make it a town of importance. The town may not be much, but the history, surroundings and people are worth taking a ponder at. Personally, my favourite part in Pontypool is Pontypool Park, which not only hosts the Carnival and contains its own leisure facilities and grounds to the rugby ...
- 9Ireland1 review
verry verry good
- 10UK1 review
- 13UK3 reviews
A really scruffy town and you can tell it used to be really popular back in the heyday, but now it is rather sad to see everything that was once great and mighty run down, but nevertheless it is still a nice day out for the family.
- 14UK1 review
- 15UK112 reviews
Bath is a historical little city- it almost feels more like a town. There's a certain Oliver Twist-ian feel to this city: tourists come to stare up in wonder at the grand Georgian townhouses that parade the streets, particularly the curve of the spectacular Royal Crescent and the ring of houses that create the Circus. There are cafes galore, sitting ...
- 16UK44 reviews
Home of my mother, as it goes, but also a good night out, in and around the Clifton area at least. Very nice Lebanese restaurant there.
- 17UK10 reviews
Swansea Good City and home of the Swansea City AFC
- 18UK10 reviews
If you like beautiful scenery, King Arthur legends, music festivals or the New Age power of crystals, make your way to Glastonbury. The town is adorable and the surrounding countryside even more attractive. Hike to the tor, grab some scones and Devonshire cream and relax.
- 19UK3 reviews
A really nice small town, mainly went there to see Cheddar Gorge, but it's also nice to see the home of Cheddar cheese itself.
- 20UK3 reviews
My favorite place in the UK, and one I've returned to more than a dozen times. If you don't have a car, it's a little difficult to get to (a bus from Bath -- a trip of a little over an hour -- is the easiest way), but once you're there it's easily navigable. This tiny medieval city is packed ...