You won’t be lost for things to do in Cardiff but don’t take our word for it..!

About Cardiff

Cardiff one of the youngest capital cities in Europe is a vibrant, cosmopolitan and friendly city, offering a wealth of experiences for conference delegates and accompanying partners.
Many are in walking distance of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama our conference venue.
Cardiff is known as the ’15-minute city’ and we hope delegates and their partners will put this challenge to the test!
Download a guide to Cardiff.

Shop till you drop

If shopping’s your thing, Cardiff is the place for you.
As well as the modern centres in the city, you’ll also find arcades, Victorian, Edwardian and Modern tucked away and not to be missed.
Independent stores can be found throughout the city and the Get Lost In Cardiff map and guide gives you all the information you need to get around.

Cardiff Bay

Cardiff Bay is Europe’s largest waterfront development and offers delegates the chance to take a boat tour around the Bay, walk the Cardiff Barrage, visit the Senedd building home to the National Assembly for Wales, time travel at the Dr WHO Experience, or go backstage at the Wales Millennium Centre home to the Welsh National Opera. The Bay is also the site of the Norwegian Church Arts Centre, where the world famous children’s author Roald Dahl worshipped with his Norwegian family. You will also find a host of different restaurants, cafe bars and ice cream vendors at Mermaid Quay.

More Information

You can find more information on visitCardiff and if you’re on twitter follow ILovestheDiff for up to date information on alternative Cardiff.