Cardiff Bay

Only three and a half miles south of the city centre, Cardiff Bay is the exclamation point of the Welsh capital city. Old and new are both cherished here with landmarks including the Pierhead Building; the Welsh Assembly, the Senedd; and the Millennium Centre. It is clear the renovation of the once docklands, central to Welsh coal exportation, took care to showcase the vibrant culture and history of the city. To top it all off a section of the open air plaza is named after children’s book author and Cardiff native Roald Dahl.

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