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Cardiff is the English city that grabs the last place in the top 10 of the largest cities in the United Kingdom. But is number one in the county of Wales and also its capital. Another number relevant for Cardiff is 6, the place the city occupies in a top of alternative destinations made by National Geographic. Within Cardiff, Wales' Capital city there are unique attractions, top class entertainment and quality shopping with a difference - all within walking distance. Innovative architecture sits alongside historic buildings and Cardiff Bay offers entertainment for everyone.
Cardiff rarely experiences extreme weather which makes it ideal to visit any time of the year. The peak season is summer because the sunny weather makes it a great time to explore the city and its surroundings. There are also many exciting summer events happening including the Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival, Extreme Sailing Series and Speedway Grand Prix. If you want to escape the crowd, spring and autumn seasons are ideal times to visit.
If it is your first time to drive in Wales, then there's nothing to worry since it's a pretty small city and people drive on the left side of the road. The speed limit is 30 mph in urban areas, 60 mph in rural areas, and 70 mph on highways. The morning rush is between 5 am and 9 am so make sure to avoid driving in those hours.
The Millenium Stadium was built in 1999 especially for the Rugby World Cup and is the national stadium of Wales and home of the Wales National Rugby team. Also a venue for events, the Millenium Stadium hosted Speedway Grand Prix of Great Britain and concerts of famous singers like Madonna and Tina Turner and bands like U2 and The Rolling Stones.
The Cardiff Castle was built over a Roman fort and has a Victorian style of architecture, being the host of the annual Summer Ball of Cardiff University and the largest Mardi Gras in the county of Wales.
Cardiff Story is the name of a museum with a collection of over 3000 items depicting the history of the city. The items were donated by residents and thanks to this, there is no entrance fee.
The Centenary Walk is a walk path trough the city center established in 2005 when Cardiff celebrated 100 years since having the status of a city. On this attraction you can stop at 41 points of interest like the Old Library, St. John's Church, the City Hall and the Fish Market.