You know how it is…….Christmas arrives in a maelstrom of jobs, social functions and visiting. There’s barely any time before New Year arrives and it’s all party poppers, auld lang syne and well-intended resolutions.
As the vibrant capital city of Wales, and steeped in history and culture, you will not be short of things to do in Cardiff. Located on the southern coast in the county of Glamorgan, the city receives nearly 20-million visitors every year and Cardiff Castle is at the top of every visitor’s list.
Snowdonia, situated in the north of Wales, is an area of great natural beauty and rich history and culture. Home to the beautiful Snowdonia National Park which covers 823 square miles, Eryri, as the region is called in the Welsh language, contains the highest mountain of England and Wales.
With just days to go before kick-off, read our 2015 Rugby World Cup guide for the vibrant city of Cardiff. Whether you’re looking for information on Cardiff hotels, bars and restaurants or transport, our helpful guide has you covered.