City Sightseeing Cardiff, with its panoramic open top double-decker red buses, offers you the opportunity to discover this attractive City from a preferential point of view
What to Expect
Cardiff is the youngest and fastest growing capital city in Europe. Cardiff is home to the famous Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle which is one of Wales’ leading heritage attractions, the magnificent Cardiff Civic Centre which includes The National Museum of Wales, and the beautiful tranquil Alexandra Gardens.
Hop off at Cardiff Bay and see this fantastic new development and the Cardiff Barrage. Visit the Millennium Centre, one of the world’s iconic arts and cultural destinations, Mermaid Quay a major waterfront development for a wide range of eating and drinking places, and Techniquest, the hands on Science Exhibition Centre for all ages.
Cardiff is known for it's shopping with a vast array of popular high street stores with three indoor shopping centres, surrounded by many independent stores in and around the city.
It is also well known for its prestigious Victorian & Edwardian Arcades which houses a mix of designer boutiques, cafes, arts and crafts shops, specialist food shops, and music shops – to name but a few.
See the past, present and future of Cardiff with a live tour guide.
Your Tour Itinerary
Stop 1 - Cardiff Castle/Castell Caerdydd
Stop 2 - National Museum of Wales/Amgueddfa Cymru
Stop 3 - Fitzalan Place
Stop 4 - Dr Who Exhibition Centre
Stop 5 - Cardiff Bay/Bae Caerdydd
Stop 6 - Mermaid Quay
Stop 7 - Techniquest
Stop 8 - Craft In The Bay
Stop 9 - Lloyd George Avenue
Stop 10 - Custom House Street
Stop 11 - Central Bus Station
Stop 12 - Millennium Stadium
- 24h bus ticket
- English Live Guide
What to Remember
Stop 1 - Cardiff Castle
All year round
30 - 60 mins
All year round
Wheelchair Accessible on some tour buses.