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The beautiful game at Cardiff City Stadium

Located in the Leckwith area of the Welsh capital, Cardiff City Stadium is home to the Bluebirds and the Welsh national football team. With a capacity of more than 33,000 supporters, football fans can experience a unique atmosphere in the country's second largest stadium. Don't miss the views atop Nearby Trelai Park, which is also home to a ruined Roman villa.

Experience Cardiff's legendary nighlife

Hop on the train for 15 mintues from Cardiff City Stadium and you're in the heart of the Welsh capital, famed for its racuous, yet friendly nightlife. Live Lounge is one of the city's most renowned music venues if you're wanting to catch a gig. Head to Dirty Martini for glam cocktails, or Mocka Lounge to mix it with Cardiff's fashionable crowd.

Gaze on soaring peaks in the Brecon Beacons

A 40-minute drive from Cardiff brings you to the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park. Spot Welsh mountain ponies and sheep grazing on vast moorland, and be humbled by the highest summit in south Wales, Pen y Fan, at 2,907 feet. Visit at night for excellent stargazing, as the park was designated an International Dark Sky Reserve in 2013. Planning a trip to Cardiff? Travelodge Cardiff Central Hotel is right in the city centre, while Travelodge Cardiff Airport Hotel is perfect for visitors arriving by plane.