Open top guided bus tour of Cardiff city centre and Cardiff Bay. Comfortable and convenient, the tour offers you the chance to remain on the bus for the entire loop, listening to the informative and experienced live tour guide, or to hop on and off at each attraction.
Cardiff's Centenary Walk takes in some of the city's most celebrated and historic landmarks, as well as some well-kept secrets. The self-guided walk starts outside the Cardiff Museum at the Old Library in The Hayes and takes you on a stroll around the central area.
Self-service hire bikes at rental stations across Cardiff including St John Street, available 24 hours a day for exploring the capital city. The scheme is designed with visitors and students in mind but local businesses and organisations are also being encouraged to use the bikes.
The Aquabus travels from Mermaid Quay in Cardiff Bay to Bute Park in the city centre. The pick up point in Bute Park is just inside the gates on Castle Street. Boats run hourly from 11am until 5pm from Bute Park and 10.30am until 4.30pm from Mermaid Quay. There are only 24 seats and journeys can continue to Penarth.
Cardiff Boat waterbus offers a regular service between Cardiff Bay and Cardiff city centre. The Princess Katharine has a capacity for 90 passengers and is operated by highly qualified skippers. Boats run hourly from 10.30am until 4.30pm from Bute Park and 10am until 4pm from Mermaid Quay.
With Cardiff being the home of Doctor Who this walking tour of Doctor Who filming locations around Cardiff city centre and Cardiff Bay will give you a taste of how the Welsh capital has been used to film terrestrial and intergalactic scenes. A Doctor Who bus tour or a Sherlock Tour of Cardiff are also available.
Mini-coach day tours of Wales from Cardiff, available all year round. Tours include Mines and Mountains (Big Pit Mine and the Brecon Beacons), Romans and Ruins (Caerleon and Tintern Abbey) and the Gower and Dylan Thomas.
The Taff Trail is a 55 mile long route for walkers and cyclists from Cardiff Bay to the market town of Brecon. The trail follows the path of the River Taff passing close to Pontypridd and Merthyr Tydfil and is mainly off road.
The little steam launch 'look-alike' Daffodil, operates short 20 minute trips throughout the year in Cardiff Bay. She is one of the only cruise boats currently operating on Cardiff Bay that is open to the sky offering you fresh air and unparalleled views of the Inner Harbour and its surroundings.
Explore Cardiff and beyond by bike, or take a trip down the famous Taff Trail. Choose from a selection of bikes, tandems, pedal cars and go-karts. Guided tours are also available or just grab a bike and explore yourself!
Waverley is the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world. Magnificently restored with towering funnels, timber decks, gleaming varnish and brass. See and hear the mighty engines – they will provide a whiff of nostalgia for some but are sure to impress all! See the website for this year's dates.