- St Fagans National History Museum (Open-Air) & St Fagans Castle
- The Big Pit National Coal Mining Museum of Wales
- The Brecon Beacons National Park
- The Gower Peninsula (beautiful coastline with sandy beaches)
- The Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea
- The Wye Valley, Tintern Abbey & Chepstow Castle
Population: 330,000; 150 miles (240 kilometres) west of London (2¾ hours by rail, 3 hours by coach).
Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, situated on the south coast of Wales, is a lively cultural centre.
Its impressive Principality Stadium hosts a wide variety of international sports and major music events.
Cardiff's attractions include: Cardiff Bay, Cardiff Castle, National Museum and Gallery, Llandaff Cathedral, a hands-on science centre, historic shopping arcades and colourful gardens and parks.
Nearby are beautiful coastal scenery and beaches.