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What to do in cardiff

As the Welsh capital, Cardiff has always been a city alive with things to do and places to go. Not to mention dozens of great spots to grab a drink or a bite to eat.

But being a national institution, doesn’t always grant a free pass to greatness. For, as anyone will tell you, what makes this city truly great is the people who live here.

Which is why we asked the people of Cardiff where their favourite places to eat, drink and make merry are. And because Addison Lee and our partners offer executive class travel at plain old Cardiff taxi prices, you can now travel to all these great places in affordable style.

So when you’re ready to sink a cocktail, guzzle down a burger or just check out the local sights follow our guide to Cardiff.

If you’ve never been to Cardiff before, there’s one thing you can’t help but notice when you step out onto its streets – the stadium. Sitting – unlike most major stadia – right in the heart of the city, The Millennium Stadium casts a gigantic and impressive silhouette across the Cardiff skyline. And given it’s the home to the Welsh Rugby Team, it’s really no surprise. Should you be lucky enough to be in the city on a matchday, you’ll likely witness thousands of people streaming towards it like moths to a flame. Quite an impressive sight.

But rugby isn’t the only thing that makes Cardiff sing. There’s also plenty history and culture to soak up. Wales is, after all, a country that boasts hundreds of castles and ancient ruins. Cardiff being no exception (check out Cardiff castle).

So to enjoy a great day out in this historic city, get stuck into our great little guide to Cardiff – you won’t be disappointed. Book your car through Addison Lee and avoid the lottery of choosing a Cardiff taxi – you won’t regret it.

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