The jewel in Swansea's sporting crown
The largest purpose-built venue in Swansea is the Liberty Stadium, the 21,000-seat, �27m home of Swansea City AFC and Ospreys rugby union side. Having hosted several Wales International football matches as well as a number of high-profile rock and pop concerts, including The Who, Elton John and Take That, the stadium attracts travellers from far and wide.
Take a tour of Swansea
A day in Swansea is rarely wasted, with so much to take in. The National Waterfront Museum is a must-see, with its slate and glass construction a sight to behold. Similarly, the castle, the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery and Swansea Museum are desirable destinations.
Hit the town
Swansea, the second-largest city in Wales after Cardiff, has a rather impressive array of restaurants, cafes, delis and other eateries. Its nightlife is gaining in reputation, in large part fuelled by the popularity of nightclubs Fiction and Bambu.
Looking for a cheap hotel in Swansea? Travelodge Swansea Central Hotel is ideal, while Travelodge Swansea M4 Hotel Travelodge Llanelli Cross Hands Hotel might be convenient for those heading in by road - or looking for an early getaway to beat the traffic.