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Cultural Cardiff

Cardiff Arms is the national stadium of Wales, located just east of the city centre, making it perfect for exploring the rich history of the Welsh capital. Breathe in the city's maritime history docks in the revamped Bay area, before visiting Cardiff Castle, parts of which date back to the late 11th century. Art lovers can visit National Museum of Art, located within the National Museum Cardiff complex and housing important works for Old Masters.

Bag a bargain in Cardiff

The Welsh capital is Wales' premier shopping destination, with retailers to suit all tastes. For modern high street brands and department stores, head to St David's Shopping Centre. Cardiff Indoor Market to is home to bohemian local vendors selling new and used vinyl, vintage fashion and trendy street food in a former jail. Slightly further afield, at Tremorfa in Cardiff's north-east, you'll find Cardiff Indoor Flea Market, a sprawling warehouse filled with second-hand goods and a charming cafe.

Cardiff's famous nightlife

A trip to the Welsh capital isn't complete without sampling its famous nightlife. Gig-goers should make a beeline for Live Lounge, one of the city's most renowned music venues. In and around St Mary Street you'll find a blend of stylish cocktail bars and laid-back pubs, including the striking The Prince of Wales, with its original stucco decoration and grand surroundings.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Cardiff Arms Stadium? Travelodge Cardiff Central Hotel and Travelodge Cardiff Atlantic Wharf Hotel are both Near the centre.