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The capital city of Wales is highly regarded for its castles, museums, beautiful nearby countryside, and a great waterfront area. There’s a lot to explore for couples and families, and while there are plenty of museums and tourist centres, most enjoyment comes from exploring the city’s old-standing buildings and natural wilderness.
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Cardiff Castle is right in the city centre, and boasts a 2,000 year history. The exterior looks like an average castle, but inside the luxurious interiors set it apart from the rest. You can take tours here and even attend a classic Welsh dinner. Castell Coch was also built by the owner and architect of Cardiff Castle. An 11th century medieval fortress, it is an impressive castle to add to your viewing list. Caerphilly is just north of Cardiff and is the second largest castle in the country. You’ll even see a moat, in true castle form. Each Summer it hosts ‘The Big Cheese’ festival, in honour of the area’s cheese production.