Living in Cardiff
With facilities and attractions to rival any modern European capital, Cardiff is a thriving city and a great place to live and work.
Cardiff’s compact city centre contains museums, theatres and even a castle as well as many well-known stores and dozens of interesting and individual smaller shops. The world-class Millennium Stadium is right in the heart of the city.
Not far away is Cardiff Bay, Europe’s largest waterfront development. The Bay is home to the internationally renowned arts venue, the Wales Millennium Centre, as well as a lively café and restaurant quarter.
Cardiff has more urban green spaces than any other city in Britain and is also within easy reach of the beautiful Brecon Beacons and some of the country’s loveliest coastline.
Most areas of Cardiff are well connected by public transport and there is a wide-range of housing stock, with something to suit every lifestyle from waterside apartments to Georgian town houses and cottage homes.
Cardiff is fast becoming one of the UK's top shopping destinations following the opening of St David's 2, a prestigious new shopping centre which is home to some of the most well known brands worldwide..
Close to the M4 corridor and with good rail links and an international airport, Cardiff is ideally situated for business and pleasure trips.
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