Popular Destinations from Cardiff

Cardiff Flights Guide

Cardiff is home to the gothic Cardiff Castle and the National Museum of Cardiff, which houses historic and famous art. Go for a thrill in Cardiff Bay with whitewater rafting, or bike the beautiful Taff Trail to the Brecon Beacons. The Wales Millennium Centre features a number of theatre and opera shows.

Cardiff is close to neighboring British cities, such as Birmingham and Southampton. Take a two hour car or train ride to either.

Cardiff is quite rainy, with the wettest months of January and March. Temperatures in July and August are the warmest, but certainly not too hot - with 20 degrees celsius as an average.The weather is the most pleasant in April through August, but the crowds are thinner in April and May. Many tourists attraction shut down between October and March, so keep that in mind while booking your flights!
Popular Routes to Cardiff

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