The capital of Wales is famed for its vibrant nightlife and huge selection of bars and clubs, but Cardiff is so much more than just a party town - it offers visitors a window into the unique and fascinating cultural heritage of Wales, not to mention having its own thriving economy and being an important centre of commerce.
The city is becoming increasingly associated with young professionals, being an important hub for financial & professional services, ICT, and the Creative Industries. As such Cardiff welcomes thousands of business visitors every year. Further to this, at just 2 hours from London by train, it is the ideal location for those who frequently travel between the UK’s major cities.
Steeped history and offering everything from sporting events, eclectic culture and ‘out of this world’ activities, Cardiff is the perfect destination for anyone looking to experience a truly thriving city.
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As Wales’s premier urban destination, Cardiff has a huge range of accommodation options to choose from. The most desirable centre areas, such as the city centre, Cathays, Roath or Plasnewydd have no shortage of hotels and B&Bs, but if you are planning to spend an extended period in the city, then a serviced apartment maybe the best option, as these provide a home-from-home which is largely preferable to a hotel for longer stays.
The Squa.re present a selection of some of the best properties available, with our exacting standards ensuring that each is equipped with everything you might need to enjoy your stay - from comprehensive kitchen facilities to luxurious bathroom fittings. Our team can also assist with specific requirements, such as disabled access or a particular size or format of accommodation - from luxury apartments to corporate housing suited to casual working. Whatever the nature of your trip, we can provide the perfect solution for your accommodation needs.
Cardiff offers a huge range of cultural pursuits, ranging from historical sites to galleries and family attractions. Anyone looking to explore the area’s heritage may want to pay a visit to the gothic masterpiece that is Cardiff Castle, or the 13th century Caerphilly Castle. St Fagans National Museum of History offers visitors an insight into the history of Welsh life, whilst National Museum Cardiff displays a selection of artefacts to the same effect.
Those visiting the city with family will no doubt enjoy a trip to Oakwood theme park, which has rides an entertainment for all ages, or Tecniquest, which aims to teach visitors about science.
Capitol Centre is an indoor shopping centre with around 50 stores, whilst St David’s is a modern centre in the heart of the city, offering the latest fashions and designer apparel. There’s also the Queen’s arcade offering even more shopping opportunities.
Cardiff has superb public transport coverage and getting around the city centre couldn't be simpler. The main railway station is very well connected to the rest of the UK and regular trains run to city stops including Cathays, Ninian Park and Llandaff North. Trains from Cardiff central station link to the Valleys and Vale of Glamorgan as well as high speed links to London - with a journey time of around two hours - as well as services other cities in the UK.
There’s also an extensive bus network throughout Cardiff and the local area, travelling to Penarth and Barry. A regular bendy bus service connects the city centre with Cardiff Bay and theres an express service to Cardiff Airport. As of April 2018, Cardiff buses accept contactless payments, making fares quick and simple.
Alternatively, Cardiff is a very compact city and can easily be explored on foot, with the majority of attractions, shops, restaurants and hotels all within a few minutes of each other.
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