Cardiff is a popular weekend destination, including the Millennium Center, the Whitechapel, the Ferris wheel, and a family full of happiness.
The port of Cardiff always gives people a particularly quiet and enjoyable feeling. There are no high-rise buildings that are too noisy and depressing. The bridge on the east side across the reservoir is the industrial heritage building with the BBC as the core. The popularity here is even less, countless. The old-fashioned workshop seems to have formed a style similar to that of a domestic creative park, but it has never been commercialized.
Cardiff Bay can watch the boats passing the locks and the local wild life is always fun, rent a bicycle and enjoy the road by the bay. Of course it is completely walkable, but a bicycle makes it more accessible. Along the way, there is a beautiful park, a playground for children, and at the end I saw a tugboat transported from the sea.