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Cardiff Singer of the World
Category: Activities + Arts
The Hayes, (St. David's Hall), Cardiff, CF10 1SH

When St David's Hall first opened in 1983, the BBC launched an operatic competition which has since become recognised as the most important of its type in the world. Its popularity continues to this day and is watched by...   more

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Pembrokeshire
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Pembrokeshire

Located in the southwest corner of Wales the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park runs along a coastline riddled with rugged cliffs, superb sandy beaches, rocky coves and tiny fishing villages. There is some spectacular sce...   more

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Winter Wonderland
Category: Activities
Boulevard de Nantes, City Hall Lawn, Cardiff, CF10

Fairground Attraction
Cardiff’s Winter Wonderland is an annual event that delights both young and old. From the moment the Christmas period begins until the New Year celebrations are all over, Cardiff enters into the festive spirit and transf...   more

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North Wales Borderlands
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Chester and Snowdonia National Park, Snowdonia

Six of the 'Seven Wonders of Wales' are right here. Including Pistyll Rhaeadr, the tallest waterfall in Wales. We've other wonders, too. Every year, around 5,000 competitors from all over the world flock to L...   more

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Cardiff International Festival of Musical Theatre
Category: Activities
5/7 St. Mary Street, Market Chambers, (Organizers), Cardiff, CF10 1AT

In the evening, a specially-produced production of Styne's masterpiece, Gypsy, contained some excellent performances - Rachel Izen as Mama Rose has a massive task and, once she got into her stride, really made you be...   more

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Hay Festival
Category: Activities
25 Lion Street, The Drill Hall (Organisers), Hay-on-Wye, HR3 5AD

On the Welsh side of the River Wye, the little market town of Hay has a population of 1,500 and no fewer than 39 bookshops. It bills itself as the world's first and most distinguished booktown, and is therefore a perfect...   more

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Dyffryn Gardens
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
St Nicholas, Cardiff, CF5 6SU

An ancient site dating back to the 7th century was originally owned by the church but later acquired by the Button family in the 16th century. The name was changed to Dyffryn St. Thomas when the estate was sold to Thomas...   more

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National History Museum
Category: Monument + Museum + Sightseeing + Tours
A4232, (St. Fagans), Cardiff, CF5 6XB

Window of the Welsh 'Nonconformist' Unitarian Penrhiw Chapel
A great location to get a history of the welsh people. You can easily kill a day here & is a popular tourist destination. On the outskirts of Cardiff and set in 40 acres of parkland, there's a combination of indoor a...   more

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St Mellons Golf Club
Category: Activities
St Mellons, South Glamorgan, Cardiff, CF3 8XS

First opened in 1936, St Mellons is a lovely parkland course on the eastern edge of the bustling Capital city of Cardiff. It is unique in that it straddles two counties - Gwent and South Glamorgan - but because the Clubh...   more

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Cardiff Golf Club
Category: Activities
Sherbourne Avenue, Cyncoed, Cardiff, CF2 6SJ

Cardiff Golf Club, founded in 1922, is an 18 hole, 6,000 yard parkland course with a variety of mature trees which requires accurate tee shots. The course is well bunkered and an added hazard is a small stream meandering...   more

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