Warning: Missing argument 2 for wpdb::prepare(), called in /home/ott/public_html/nhpw.com/wp-content/plugins/sharebar/sharebar.php on line 112 and defined in /home/ott/public_html/nhpw.com/wp-includes/wp-db.php on line 990
Warning: Missing argument 2 for wpdb::prepare(), called in /home/ott/public_html/nhpw.com/wp-content/plugins/sharebar/sharebar.php on line 124 and defined in /home/ott/public_html/nhpw.com/wp-includes/wp-db.php on line 990
The Cardiff Festival in Wales is the largest free outdoor festival in the United Kingdom and occurs from mid-July to early August every year with more than 20 events, music, street theatricals, fun fairs, concerts, comedy shows, musicals, entertainment for children, and so much more.
One of the largest events is the International Food and Drink Festival at a waterfront setting on Cardiff Bay, which attracts over 500,000 people annually. Over 100 specialists in food and drink along with entertainment groups make this the summer “foodie” event. The spread tempts the taste buds and includes signature dishes, handmade chocolates and farmhouse cheeses added to liqueurs and all types of food demonstrations. There are also children’s workshops where young chefs create their own dishes.
Cardiff hotels and Bed and Bed and Breakfast accommodations along with guest houses, self-catering apartments, budget hostels and rooms are available to suit any budget. With Cardiff being a small and compact city, many places to stay are within walking distance of the shops, attractions, and the train station. You can also stay further away in the beautiful Welsh countryside.
While you are not spending time with the Cardiff Festival activities, you can visit local historic sites such as the Cardiff Castle with its spires and towers. This is eight acres recreating 2,000 years of amazing history. A guided tour of 50 minutes takes you through the main castle and the rooms that have been refurbished in marble, gold, wood and covered in murals. You can then see the Regimental Museum in what was the prison tower.
St. Fagans National History Museum is a heritage location and is one of the leading open-air museums in Europe with a further designation as one of the top ten free attractions in the United Kingdom. The manor house from the late 16th century and its splendid gardens are a small part of the 40 historic buildings that have been re-erected on this 100-acre parkland. Craftsmen demonstrate traditional skills, produce is on sale, livestock is seen in the farmyards and fields and there are demonstrations of daily farming tasks. Galleries feature costumes, farming implements, and daily life exhibitions. Festivals and dance and music events are held here throughout the year.
Lastminutehotelnews.com brings you news about deals, discounts and offers on accommodation, which includes thousands of properties for lodging and accommodation reservation throughout the world, including hotels, hostels, Bed and Breakfasts and apartments.
83 Victoria Street
London, SW1H 0HW
Phone: +44 7582235870