Visit Cardiff, the gateway to Wales. Leave London and go on a journey by rail to this city of contrasts.
Arrive at Paddington station at 07:30 where you will meet our tour representative who will be standing by the ticket desk and then take your 08:15 train to Cardiff Central arriving at 10:22.
The gateway to Wales which is a city of contrasts. Innovative architecture sits alongside historic buildings giving the city a rich cultural heritage. Cardiff's Roman influence stems from AD 55 when the Roman's established a fort on what is now the site of Cardiff Castle.
Departing every 30 minutes from outside Cardiff Central station, this tour will take you to all the main sights including Cardiff Castle, Cardiff Bay, the old Cardiff docklands which has been re-developed into a vibrant area full of restaurants, bars and cafes, Techniquest, the handson science exhibition centre, and the National Museum of Wales.
Since its opening in June 1999, the Millennium Stadium has welcomed over 1.3 Million visitors per year. With the first retractable roof in the UK, the Stadium is a multi-purpose, all round venue. With a UEFA 5-Star rating and two Rugby World Cups, a Wales Grand Slam, six FA Cup Finals plus a plethora of major concerts and motorsports events on its CV, the Millennium Stadium is established as a world class must play, must visit venue and has played home to five major sporting bodies over the last eight years.
Your train departs at 17:55, arriving at London Paddington Station at 20:07.
A good way to see Cardiff in a day. We did a full loop on the Hop-on/Hop-off bus in Cardiff and then chose our stops. Highlights were Cardiff Castle, Cardiff Bay and Millennium Stadium.
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Check in at London Paddington Station
Departure from London to Cardiff
Arrival in Cardiff
Open Top Bus Tour of Cardiff (From April to October)
Hop on an open-top bus and catch panoramic views of Cardiff, passing by notable landmarks such as Cardiff Castle, Cardiff Bay, the National Museum of Wales and more!
Millennium Stadium (From November to March)
Opened in June 1999, the Millennium Stadium (also known as the Principality Stadium) has been one of Wales' most popular sporting and concert venues.
Lunch and shopping
Explore the city at your own pace and spend free time for lunch or shopping before returning to London.
Departure from Cardiff to London
Arrval in London Paddington Station
Price & Options
Seniors must bring a valid identification card for proof of age.
Students must bring a valid school ID.
This tour requires an e-ticket. Please bring the e-ticket that will be sent through to you. Without the e-ticket, you will unable to gain entry to the tour.
This tour is unescorted.
Frequently Asked Questions
Any cancellations made after the booking confirmation date will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
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