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Cardiff’s Civic Centre at Cathay’s Park, lies immediately behind one of the two main shopping streets, Queen Street. Sometimescalled the "Washington" of Europe, the magnificent structures built in the Portland stone of the region comprise Law Courts, Government Offices and the National Museum of Wales. The Civic Centre also has beautiful gardens with extensive parkland to match.

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At the junction of the two shopping streets of St Mary’s and Queen Street lies Cardiff Castle and in the area behindSt John's Church sits in the middle of the city's shopping centre. This church, with its fine tower built in 1473, has played its part in Cardiff's everyday life for many years.

Central to the integrated shopping centre of Cardiff are the seven Victorian and Edwardian arcades as well as four excellent shopping malls. Browsing around offers much for the visitor and resident alike, whilst there are many Restaurants with a wide variety of cuisine, from traditional Welsh dishes to authentic Italian, French, Greek, Chinese and Indian cuisine, whilst the Bay area offers many more attractions, pubs, restaurants and entertainment for the visitor.

Wales demands a great deal of exploration - from Pembrokeshire in the South West to Anglesey in the North West - from Swansea, the Gower, andthrough the Vale of Glamorgan to Cardiff.

And nor forgetting the mountains ofSnowdonia in the north and the Brecon beacons in mid Wales - the most beautiful scenery awaits you everywhere in Wales.

Cardiff’s many attractions may searched for within the map below.

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Clicking on one of the labelled sites of interest eg 'Art Gallery' will display further information and details in depth which will help plan your visit.

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