Visit Cardiff Bay Attractions
Cardiff Bay has seen a significant amount of investment over the last few years. It is now one of the best visitor attractions in Cardiff and possibly Wales. During the summer months it is regularly visited by holiday makers, locals and university students enjoying the cafe culture and its wonderful views.
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Cardiff Bay has a number of attractions including the Senedd Building which is the home of Welsh Government and was opened on St David’s day in 2006. This building has been designed to make the most of the environment for light and heat. Its well worth a view if you’re visiting the bay.
The Wales Millennium Centre
The Wales Millennium Centre is another new building in Cardiff Bay. Its Cardiff’s own version of Sydney Opera house. With a stunning view situated on the water front and the home of national the national Opera. Book in advance to ensure that you are able to get seats in the most popular shows http://www.wmc.org.uk/.
Cardiff Bay Restaurants and Bars
If you are going to the Cardiff Bay you need to need to make the most of the many restaurants and bars. There’s something here for everyone and every budget ranging from Italians, Chinese, burger bars, and brasseries, fish and chip and cafes.
One of the nicest places to drink in Cardiff bay is Terra Nova bar which is situated on the waterfront. You can buy a local Brains beer and appreciate the best views in Cardiff overlooking the bay.
The Norwegian Church
The Norwegian Church is an iconic looking building in the bay and it has a cafe/bar serving a good selection of Welsh products. The church also has a gallery upstairs. The original church was built to serve the many Norwegian sailors working in Cardiff docks and was the largest church serving up to 73,000 Norwegian sailors per annum.
Cardiff Bay Hotels
There are plenty of reasons to visit Cardiff Bay some here are some of the latest offers of hotels in Cardiff