Cardiff, the capital city of Wales is a great centre of culture and commerce. The city has an array of landmark buildings such as the Welsh national Museum, the Pierhead Museum, and the Millennium Stadium. Cardiff Castle, a well-known tourist hot spot lies in the heart of the city. A group of Edwardian buildings like the National museum, Gallery of Wales and the City Hall are located in the Civic Centre of Cathay’s Park. The Cardiff Bay houses the BBC Wales Studio, the filming venue of Doctor Who which offers extraordinary special effects for the intriguing audience. Cardiff has a number of world class stadiums for football, cricket, rugby, and athletics.
Cardiff hosts a number of food festivals all around the year. The main highlights comprise of French Wine, Norwegian Smoked Salmon, Welsh Cheeses and Persian delicacies. Some of the main theatrical venues of Cardiff are St. David’s Hall, New theatre, and Sherman Cymru. The Chapter Arts Centre is a beautiful space hosting a bunch of events every year. The visitors can relish in the sociable realm of the Centre.
The Farmer’s Market is a heaven for food junkies, as it features the best of fresh produce of the local farmers. The city is packed with live entertainment that features ballets, opera, and musicals. Cardiff is also known for its galleries, theatres and museums that display works of world renowned artists. The Old Library on The Hayes, situated in the heart of the city houses a museum, the Cardiff Story that contains historical artworks important to the city.
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