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Cardiff is the thriving capital city of Wales, and it is situated in the southern county of Glamorgan. The city offers many places to stay, which range from luxurious hotels to budget guest houses. It offers a diverse dining scene. There is good shopping in Cardiff, and the nightlife is varied and lively. Cardiff has a large student population, which gives the city a youthful edge.
Places of interest in and around Cardiff include the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle, Pierhead Building, and the home of the national Welsh Assembly - The Senedd. Landaff Cathedral is a pretty sight, and the Welsh National Museum is interesting. In addition, you can visit the Civic Centre, located in Cathays Park, with its collection of Edwardian buildings, and the nearby Red Castle, called Castell Coch in the native Welsh language. The city lies near to the coast, making it easy to visit beaches, weather permitting, and take walks along the rugged coastal areas. Barry Island is a popular trip across the water. A number of parks and gardens are easy to get to from the city, including Bute Park at the heart of the city. Indeed, Cardiff is known as being one of the greenest cities in the UK.
The main airport is Cardiff International Airport. The main train station is Cardiff Central Railway Station, and Cardiff Queen Street Station is also an important train hub. Within the Cardiff area there are 22 railway stations, making the city very accessible. It also enjoys good road links, with frequent bus services.
The main part of Cardiff is relatively small, making walking a great way to explore many of the main sites. Cycling, travelling by bus, car, and train, and using the novel waterbus are also ways of getting around Cardiff.
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