Home to the Welsh Assembly and a population of 330,000, Cardiff is financially, industrially, and commercially the most important city in Wales. It's also one of Europe's youngest and most vibrant capital cities, with an appealing blend of old and new. Traditional sights such as Cardiff Castle stand alongside new landmarks like the Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Bay, a onetime coal-exporting hub that is now filled with shops, restaurants, attractions, and exciting modern buildings like the Wales Millennium Centre.
Not everyone has the courage to explore these macabre destinations. Do you?More