Cardiff Bay is not very far from Cardiff City. It's a 10 - 15 minute walk from the south side of the railway station (there are trains, of course). The whole harbour includes historic buildings, including the red house of the harbour building, as well as the city centre facing the harbour with glass curtain walls and a modern complex. The whole bay has bicycle lanes and piles of food and beverages facing the sea, which is very lifelike. Occasionally visible sailing boats add vitality
Cardff bay, Cardiff Bay, we were lucky to meet a sunny day. Cardiff Bay is about 1.5 kilometers south of the city center. There are a group of novel sculptures along the bay, such as "a man, a woman and a dog" and a huge bronze ring with gaps. In addition, Cardiff's architecture is also unique.
Cardiff Bay used to be Wales'largest port, mainly for coal transportation. Later, the harbor was abandoned and the beach became muddy. After 1980, in order to revitalize the economy, a long dam was built in the bay, which turned it into a clear-water and blue-wave bay, a scenic tourist area. There are many recreational facilities here, where tourists can choose their favorite projects.
As a small bay near the sea in the center of Cardiff, it is suitable for walking. The landmark building has a convention center and a red house. IKEA is also on the Bay side. You can take a small train from the downtown railway station or walk from the downtown for 30 minutes. In addition, there is a doctor who theme parks, like friends can visit, shuttle bus direct access
Go straight to Cardiff Bay. Let's go through Millennium Square, where there's an opera house with decent decoration. Not far from the opera house is the bay. Actually, to be honest, I don't feel much about this bay. I don't know if it's because of the weather. The Bay is full of restaurants. Maybe summer is a good place for vacation.