9-minute walk from Cardiff Bay Train Station.
2-minute walk from Britannia Quay Bus Stop.
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Training in Cardiff
Travel to and from Cardiff
Cardiff Central Railway Station
RailCardiff Central Railway Station is Wales’ largest railway station. It offers cross-Wales travel as well as services to Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, and London. Cardiff Central Station is in the heart of the city.Cardiff Queen Street railway station is Wales’ second busiest. It is situated at the eastern edge of the city centre and serves Cardiff Bay.The Valleys & Cardiff Local Routes suburban rail system serves 20 stations in the city and another 26 in the surrounding region.
AirCardiff Airport, Wales’ only international airport, provides domestic and international aviation connectivity to Cardiff and South and West Wales.There are frequent bus services connecting the airport to Cardiff Central bus station, as well as a train service connecting Rhoose Cardiff International Airport railway station to Cardiff Central.
BusCardiff has an extensive bus network that connects the city to Cardiff Airport, the South Wales Valleys, and large towns including Bristol, London, Newcastle upon Tyne, and Manchester.Cardiff Bus is the primary bus operator in Cardiff, Wales, and the surrounding region, which includes Barry and Penarth. Cardiff Council owns the whole firm, making it one of the few municipal bus companies still in council hands.
CycleThe Taff Trail is a 55-mile walking and cycling trail that connects Cardiff Bay and Brecon in the Brecon Beacons National Park. It passes through Bute Park, Sophia Gardens, and several other green spaces in Cardiff. The Trail may be cycled nearly entirely off-road because it mostly follows the River Taff and many of the old railways of the Glamorganshire valleys. Since March 2018, Nextbike has operating a public bike-hire system in the city.
Cycling Lane in Cardiff
AquabusThe Aquabus water taxi connects the city centre with Cardiff Bay every hour. The Cardiff Waterbus also provides brief sightseeing excursions between The Waterfront’s Pierhead and the Cardiff Bay Barrage’s Penarth terminus.
Map showing Cardiff stations
Things to do in Cardiff
Music and performing arts venuesEvery year, Cardiff stages hundreds of concerts. Larger events are staged in St David’s Hall, formerly known as the Cardiff International Arena, and the Principality Stadium on occasion.Cardiff also hosts several events. The Cardiff Big Weekend Festival is held every year and features live music, fairground attractions, and cultural events.
St David’s Hall
Wales Millennium Centre
Other theatres and music venues in Cardiff
New TheatrePark Place, Cardiff CF10 3LN, Wales, United Kingdom.Phone: 0343 310 0041
National Theatre Wales30 Castle Arcade, Cardiff CF10 1BW, Wales, United Kingdom.Phone: 029 2035 3070
The Globe125 Albany Road, Cardiff CF24 3NS, Wales, United Kingdom.Phone: 07590 471888
Sherman TheatreSenghennydd Road, Cardiff CF24 4YE, Wales, United Kingdom.Phone: 029 2064 6900
Donald Gordon TheatreWales Millennium Centre, Bute Place, Cardiff CF10 5AL, Wales, United Kingdom.Phone: 029 2063 6464
Frontal Lobe WarehouseUnit G, St Catherines Park, Pengam Road, Cardiff CF24 2RZ, Wales, United Kingdom.Phone: 029 2010 8085
Map showing theatres and music venues in Cardiff
Sports venuesCardiff’s sports grounds include the Principality Stadium and Sophia Gardens (home of Glamorgan County Cricket Club). Cardiff City F.C. of Wales plays at Cardiff City Stadium. The British Empire and Commonwealth Games were held in Cardiff in 1958.
Other sports venues in Cardiff
House Of SportHouse of Sport, Clos Parc Morgannwg, Cardiff CF11 8AW, Wales, United Kingdom.Phone: 029 2000 2555
Ocean Park ArenaBeignon Close, Ocean Way, Cardiff CF24 5HF, Wales, United Kingdom.Phone: 07725 996424
Cathays Sports & Social Club154-158 Cathays Terrace, Cardiff CF24 4HZ, Wales, United Kingdom.Phone: 029 2022 0906
Cardiff RugbyBT Sport Cardiff Arms Park, Westgate Street, Cardiff CF10 1JA, Wales, United Kingdom.Phone: 029 2030 2030
Sport Wales National CentreSophia Close, Pontcanna, Cardiff CF11 9SW, Wales, United Kingdom.Phone: 0300 300 3123
Map showing sports venues in Cardiff
Parks and green spacesCardiff is noted for its enormous parks and beautiful green areas, which encompass about 10% of the city’s total area.Bute Park, the city’s largest open area, surrounds the River Taff. Other prominent parks in Cardiff include Roath Park, Victoria Park (Cardiff’s first formal park), and Thompson’s Park.