Jump into science fiction and fantasy in Cardiff the setting of popular TV program Torchwood and filming site for: Doctor Who, Casualty, Merlin and Upstairs Downstairs. As well as television filming Cardiff is also the home place of fiction writers: Roald Dahl and Ken Follet.
As well as fiction Cardiff is also known for its rugby as it has four rugby union teams and a rugby league team. Cardiff is home to several sports facilities held in high regard such as the Millennium stadium, Cardiff arena and the Cardiff city stadium. Other sports in Cardiff are football (Cardiff city), and cricket (the Glamorgan county cricket club). Staying in Cardiff to see a game? Get cheap last minute bookings for Cardiff at findmeahotelroom.com.
For the ramblers, Cardiff has several walks to offer including the centenary walk, which stretches 2.3 miles and visits many of Cardiff’s attractions and historic buildings, and for the party animals Cardiff is famous for its nightlife, boasting many pubs, clubs and bars, most of which are in the city centre.
The Millennium Centre (nicknamed the armadillo) provides Cardiff with its own centre for culture, which helped Cardiff become a finalist in the European capital of culture 2008 competition.
Cardiff claims to have more castles than any other city in the world, being home to castles such as: Cardiff castle, Castell Coch, St Fagens castle and the remains of Twmpath Castle. Aswell as these cardiff also plays home to over 1000 historically listed buildings.
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