Locals like to boast about how no UK city can compare to their hometown of Cardiff - this may well be a bold statement but they’re not far off. With a world-class sports stadium smack-bang in the centre of town, a stunning Welsh castle for a spot of culture and an unrivalled nightlife scene, Cardiff should definitely be on your hit list during a tour of the UK. Tick the Welsh capital off your UK bucket list and experience the infectious energy that Cardiff is so well-loved for...
Our sister hostel NosDa feels like home. With the Principality Stadium in eyesight, an on-site bar hosting live music and open-mic nights on the regular and exciting tours departing from the hostel daily, there’s no doubt NosDa will play a huge part in making your Cardiff trip one to remember.
Looking for a fun tour in Cardiff? Here at St Christopher’s Inns, we’ve handpicked some awesome tours that we think our guests will enjoy. Tours are a great way to experience a new place and meet new people from all walks of life, check out the tours below….
When planning a trip to Cardiff, you’ll want to have in mind a rough itinerary for your stay. We’ve got travel guides, survival tips, an interactive map and even a crash course in Welsh. Use this travel hub to help you figure out your plan of action before heading to Cardiff.
Spring & Summer
Castell Coch, Walk in the park, Cycle to Cardiff Bay Barrage
Rugby game, Shopping, Museums
Cardiff Market, Museums, Shopping,
Expect warm clothes and an umbrella to come in handy during a trip to Cardiff. Visiting around Christmas time will be chilly, as temperatures from December to February drop to around 1.5 degrees. The Welsh capital certainly isn’t one of Europe’s hottest cities however Cardiff wouldn’t be Cardiff without a few drops of rain! During summer however it does warm up. Between July and August temperatures can reach 20 degrees or more, that’s Caribbean weather to the locals!
Stay in the beating heart of Wales with an iconic rugby stadium on one side and a 2,000 year old castle on the other. Cardiff’s infectious energy will make you never want to leave.
Located right in the heart of Cardiff, we are right on the River Taff with a view of the world famous Principality Stadium just across the water. Aside from being in the prime spot for rugby fans, culture vultures will love that we’re within 15 minutes walk of the medieval Cardiff Castle, Cardiff town centre, the Cardiff National Museum and a bustling daily food market.
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