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Cardiff: 24-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

1. Cardiff: 24-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

Cardiff is the youngest and fastest growing capital city in Europe. Cardiff is home to the famous Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle which is one of Wales’ leading heritage attractions, the magnificent Cardiff Civic Centre which includes The National Museum of Wales and the beautiful tranquil Alexandra Gardens. Hop-off at Cardiff Bay and see this fantastic new development and the Cardiff Barrage. Visit the Millennium Centre, one of the world’s iconic arts and cultural destinations, Mermaid Quay a major waterfront development for a wide range of eating and drinking places and Techniquest, the hands on Science Exhibition Center for all ages. Cardiff is known for it's shopping with a vast array of popular high street stores with three indoor shopping centers, surrounded by many independent stores in and around the city. It is also well known for its prestigious Victorian & Edwardian Arcades which houses a mix of designer boutiques, cafes, arts and crafts shops, specialist food shops, and music shops – to name but a few. See the past, present and future of Cardiff with a live tour guide. Your Tour Itinerary Stop 1 - Kingsway Cardiff Stop 2 - Principality Stadium Stop 3 - St Mary's Street Stop 4 - Herbert Street Stop 5 - Norwegian Church Stop 6 - Cardiff Bay Stop 7 - Mermaid Quay Stop 8 - Techniquest Stop 9 - Craft in the Bay Stop 10 - Lloyd George Avenue Stop 11 - John Lewis/Bute Street Stop 12 - Queen Street Station Stop 13 - National Museum of Wales

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Cardiff: Tootbus Cardiff Discovery Hop-on Hop-off Tour

2. Cardiff: Tootbus Cardiff Discovery Hop-on Hop-off Tour

Hop-on and off to explore all the attractions and famous landmarks in and around Cardiff. Discover 14 stops along the route, including Cardiff Castle, Bute park, Principality Stadium, Norvegian Church, and Cardiff Bay. Jump off the bus to admire the modern Wales Millennium Centre, visit the Craft in the Bay Gallery and the fascinating Cardiff Barrage or stop for a drink at the Mermaid Quai. Visit the Techniquest, an interactive science discovery center for family-friendly fun. Take in some shopping in the city center, one of the top ten shopping destinations in Britain.

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From Cardiff Bay: Private Walking Tour to Tiger Bay

3. From Cardiff Bay: Private Walking Tour to Tiger Bay

Enjoy this private group tour from Cardiff Bay to Tiger Bay. See the transformation of Cardiff Docks into the modern bay. Explore landmarks such as the Welsh Parliament, the Barrage, and Mount Stewart Square. Meet your guide in front of the Pierhead Building. Get orientated to Cardiff Bay, touching on the regeneration of the last 30 years, which has transformed the area. Learn about the history of Cardiff Docks. See the biggest coal dock in the world (just 100 years ago), which supplied coal for the British Navy. Visit the Cardiff Bay Barrage, which creates a break between the Bristol Channel and the freshwater lake that is Cardiff Bay. See the iconic buildings of the Bay, including the Norwegian Church, The Wales Millennium Centre, The Welsh Parliament/Senedd, and Mermaid Quay. Visit the historic Mount Stuart Square, a conservation area, and the mighty Coal Exchange, which once controlled the price of coal and saw the handover of the world's first check for a million pounds. Sip refreshments at the Coal Exchange. Enjoy seeing the old trading floor, and renovated restaurant, before concluding the tour.

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What people are saying about South Wales

Easy to book online and very reasonable price. Tour was excellent and the driver was so helpful. Would recommend this tour to everyone visiting Cardiff.

If you have a limited time and want to explore Cardiff, I highly recommend this trip. The drivers are so helpful and friendly.

I went on the 45 minute tour of Cardiff and enjoyed it. The tour driver was very friendly, helpful and informative.

Great commentary and friendly drivers. Didn't realise Cardiff had so much going on

Well worth an hour - informative, relaxing and really nice driver!