Cardiff City Hall (Neuadd y Ddinas) Tours and Tickets
With a mixture of English and French architectural styles, Cardiff City Hall is one of the most recognizable buildings in the city. Set in landscaped grounds, it’s open to the public and often used for wedding receptions and civic events.
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Tours and Tickets to Experience Cardiff City Hall (Neuadd y Ddinas)
See all of Cardiff’s spectacular sights on a City Sightseeing hop-on, hop-off bus tour of the captivating Welsh capital. Relish the freedom and flexibility of this convenient sightseeing experience and disembark the distinctive double-decker bus whenever an attraction captures your attention. See cultural highlights like the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle and Techniquest and listen to informative audio commentary as you explore. Your sightseeing pass is valid for 24 hours after first use, giving you ample time to discover the city.
This tour explores the ‘Avenues and Alleyways’ of Cardiff City Centre, uncovering its nooks and crannies and its inner secrets. Discover Cardiff’s rich and varied history. Trace its origins as a modest Roman port, via the influence of the Normans, its prominent role in the court of Elizabeth 1st, the remarkable prosperity of the entrepreneurial Victorian era when it dominated the world’s coal industry – culminating in today’s modern, vibrant and cosmopolitan centre, one of Europe’s youngest capital cites The tour guide will be a qualified local guide; a member of Wales Official Tourist Guides Association. These are the only guides officially recognised by Visit Wales and Welsh Government to guide in Wales. They have undergone extensive training, passing both practical and academic guiding examinations.
Cardiff may be a young capital city, but it is a city steeped in history and culture. From the Romans to the Normans, from Tudor times to the Industrial Revolution and beyond, the Welsh capital has lived an eventful and full life. On this two-hour walking tour of central Cardiff we will discuss this journey of Cardiff from Roman outpost to the capital of Wales, which saw the city grow rapidly in size, population and wealth across the nineteenth century. This tour takes in all of the major landmarks of the city centre, including Cardiff Castle, Bute Park, Cardiff Market, the Principality Stadium, and the spectacular Civic Centre. Discover not only the architecture and history of Cardiff, but the culture and characters of Wales too, from rugby, food and language, to the iconic figures who made this little country what it is today.
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