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One of the best ways to explore the city's rich history and culture is with a unique Cardiff walking tour. You can take a self-guided tour or go on a scavenger hunt around the city. You will have the chance to visit the Cardiff Castle and its surroundings as well as the universities, markets, burial grounds, and more. The tour will also include fun facts about the city.
You will also get to see the city's famous arcades, which are a relic of the city's nineteenth century industrial heritage. They are full of unique, independent shops. The city's market, which is over 130 years old, is also a popular attraction. There, you can sample delicious Welsh delicacies like laverbread and Bara Brith. Afterwards, you can visit the National Museum Cardiff, which boasts the largest impressionist collection outside of Paris.
Cardiff's historical center is made up of several distinct neighborhoods. Quay Street was named after the river Taff, which ran through the lower end of the city. Other highlights of the city's historical core include the National Rugby Football Ground and the National Theatre. These areas are full of great shops and museums, so you'll find no shortage of things to see.
A Cardiff walking tour begins in the city's city center. It includes a stroll through the streets and past the docks. This area was once the world's largest coal port. In former times, Cardiff's docks were nicknamed Tiger Bay. Enjoy a soft drink or coffee at a pub along the way. You'll also pass the Senedd-Welsh Parliament and the Norwegian Church.