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Car rental Cardiff

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Car hire Cardiff

Car rental Cardiff

Cardiff is the capital and largest city in Wales , and has 325,000 inhabitants (2008).The city is located in the county of Glamorgan in south Wales – close to the coast of the Bristol Channel. Approximately 1 km from center Cardiff Bay – the city’s waterfront.

Cardiff is Wales’s most important commercial center, and also has many cultural institutions and sports arenas. Cardiff has a compact downtown with a mix of historic buildings and innovative architecture.

Some of the most visited tourist attractions of the city is Cardiff Castle from the Thames, Castell Coch (“Red Castle”) from the 1870s, the National Museum Cardiff – where you can see an art exhibition with works byMonet, Rodin and Picasso as well as the Wales Millennium Centre – opened in 2004 and is a cultural landmark and center for the performing arts.

Otherwise, the city has several art galleries, music venues, parks and recreation areas and a vibrant nightlife with pubs, bars and night clubs. Cardiff is also famous for its great shopping, and has both small boutiques and large department stores.

Cardiff International Airport is 20 km southwest of downtown, is The only major airport in Wales.

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