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Best things to do in Cardiff

“Highly recommend a visit - the inside design & decor has to be seen to be believed! ”
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History Museum
“St Fagans National Museum of History, an open-air museum near Cardiff chronicling the historical lifestyle, culture, and architecture of the Welsh people.”
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History Museum
“The impressionists! Monet, Manet and also Renoir, Rodin (the kiss!) and much more. The natural history museums is great for kids”
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“Huge shopping centre with all the big brand chains here. A restaurant quarter and car parking.”
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Science Museum
“Techniquest science museum is a great place to take the kids on a wet day. Hours of fun for all the family, including wet play, so take a change of clothes for the kids. Probably best for primary school age. It's not cheap, so plan to spend a full day there, or get a reduced price ticket after 3pm.”
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“20 minute walk, Cardiff are now in the Premier League so plenty of matches on, a great atmosphere on match or event days.”
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“Best for: Casual dining Ten years at the heart of Cardiff’s student hub in Roath have allowed Milgi to build up a devoted and ever-expanding client base, won over by its eclectic decoration, well-proportioned cocktails and flavour-stacked, internationally-inspired, vegetarian plant-based street food. Starters £7.50, mains £11.95.”
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“Juno is also a cafe with a roof terrace so the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat and a drink and when the sun is out, catch some rays on the roof! ”
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“A 10 minute walk from the property - this riverside cricket ground hosts the Ashes as well as One Day and Twenty20 Internationals”
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“Good music on Friday nights i believe, decent drinks selection and some cocktails. Fun people and a great outside area for socialising.”
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“It doesn't look like much from the outside but this place serves some of the best authentic Italian food in Cardiff.”
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“Best for: Casual dining, special occasions The name Anand George is whispered with sacred reverence in Cardiff. Learning his craft over many gruelling hours back home in Kochi, Kerala (and in some of the best kitchens in London), George set up the Purple Poppadom in Cardiff’s vibrant Canton district in 2007. His mission: to change the way Indian food is viewed. The clean, bright, modern presentation – the room as well as the plate – allows many varied flavours to breathe and bedazzle. Read all about it in George’s first cookbook, The 5,000 Mile Journey. Mains from £13.50, seven- course tasting menu £49.95.”
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“If you want to drink a couple of hours of your evening drinking great cocktails that have been made to suit your taste then this is the place for you. This is Cardiff's Knock Knock Bar and it won't disappoint. Monday close Tuesday to Thursday 5pm till midnight Friday and Saturday 5pm till 03.00am Sunday 5pm till midnight ”
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“Great views on a sunny evening overlooking Penarth Marina with a good menu ”
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“A great spot that champions homegrown live music acts alongside big names. ”
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“Local late restaurant and late night wine bar open until 2am but you need to be inside BEFORE 10pm as a strict members only access after 10pm!”
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