Price is total tour cost and not per person.
Car and driver service only however a guide can be provided at extra cost in our opinion no guide is required for this type of tour.
Please note: Admission charges are not included in tour price.
Hotel Pick Up
We pick you up from your hotel or central Cardiff location.
Europe’s largest water front development the old Cardiff docklands have been redeveloped in the last decade to create Cardiff Bay, plenty of restaurants, bars and historical buildings The Coal Exchange (also known as the Exchange Building) is a historic building in Cardiff It was at the Coal Exchange that the first ever £1,000,000 deal was agreed in 1904.
It stands as one of the city of Cardiff’s most familiar landmarks and was built in 1897 as the headquarters for the Bute Dock Company, The clock on the building is unofficially known as the “Baby Big Ben” or the “Big Ben of Wales”, and also serves as a Welsh history museum.
Norwegian Church Arts Centre
Norwegian Church Arts Centre is a point of cultural and historical interest located in Cardiff Bay It was a Lutheran Church, consecrated in 1868. Under the patronage of The Norwegian Seamen’s Mission provided home comforts, communication with family and a place of worship for Scandinavian sailors and the Norwegian community in Cardiff for over a hundred years. When living in Cardiff as a child, the famous children’s author Roald Dahl attended this church.
The Senedd building
The Senedd building is home of the national assembly of wales.
The Wales Millennium Centre
The Wales Millennium Centre is home to the Welsh National Opera. The building was designed to reflect the many different parts of Wales with local Welsh materials that dominate its history: slate, metal, wood and glass. All the materials used come from Wales. from hear we will proceed to Penarth Pier.
Penarth Pier is a Victorian era pier in the town of Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, The pier was opened in 1898 and was a popular attraction to seaside-goers at the time, who also enjoyed trips on pleasure steamers that operated from the pier. It has on several occasions been damaged by vessels colliding with the structure and in 1931; a fire broke out in one of the pavilions. This wooden pavilion was never replaced, but a concrete pavilion has been used over the years as a concert hall, ballroom and cinema and for other purposes. It is currently home to the Penarth Pier Pavilion.
Hotel Drop Off
After this tour we will drop you to your Hotel or location of choice in Cardiff City centre.
Amazing Tour! Stunning sights and awesome guides. We had such a great time. We were a large group, but easily accommodated by Cardiff Tours. The location was amazing, the weather was perfect, and the sights were beautiful.
The company was recommended to us by a friend, and now I can see why! It was certainly one of the highlights of our vacation. The guides were all very friendly, experienced, and professional which made it a real treat.
I was visiting from out of state with my family, most of whom had never experienced something like this before, and we thought it would be a good idea - we're sure glad that we did! The experienced guides made sure that the whole day went smoothly, and luckily for us the weather was great. Highly recommended!