Cardiff Bay has an array of bars and eateries. If you just want to soak up the atmosphere or simply chill near the water’s edge, admiring the grand selection of boats and yachts, then the Bay is very inviting.
Cardiff bay is a lovely alternative to the busier night out in Cardiff city centre. Lots of bars and restaurants to choose from a nice atmosphere near the water front. My wife and I have enjoyed a few date nights without the kids down the bay. They also do a lot of food festivals and different activities to watch out for during the day.
The sunshine that day was really comfortable~ I was walking along the bay with the gentle sea breeze, chatting leisurely, and I fell in love with Cardiff Bay. Cardiff Bay (CARDIFF BAY). Since the mid-18th century, Cardiff Bay has gradually become the world's largest export port for raw coal. After the end of World War II, with the decrease in international demand and the rise of container terminals, the raw coal transportation industry basically stopped in the 1960s. By the early 1980s, Cardiff Bay had become a wasteland of abandoned piers and large mudflats. A large number of local workers are unemployed and many have no livelihood. Faced with this situation, the British government established the Cardiff Bay Development Company in April 1987. Since then, the bay has gradually become a more famous tourist attraction, slowly driving the local economy.
When you arrive in the Cardiff area of the United Kingdom, you don’t want to be clean but you are clean all at once. I went to the Cardiff area entirely because a child with a friend's poor grades in the country was fooled into studying at Cardiff University.
The Cardiff area was originally a very quiet and ordinary large rural area, but it could not help being developed by an overseas study agency. The requirements for students in all aspects are very low. Of course, everyone understands the school rankings. In this way, a large number of Chinese students are admitted every year without any threshold. The ordinary local attractions like this naturally have business. There is really nothing to see in the Cardiff area...
Cardiff Bay is actually not very far from Cardiff City. It takes 10-15 minutes to go straight down from the south side of the railway station (of course there are trains to go). The entire harbor has historical buildings, including the red house of the Port Authority Building, as well as the municipal center and modern complexes with glass curtain walls facing the bay. The entire bay has bicycle lanes and piles of restaurants facing the sea, which is very lifelike. The occasional sailing boat adds vitality