Forty Eight Hours in Cardiff
Cardiff gets a bad rap sometimes – especially in light of the tourist behemoth that is London (only two hours away by train).
But during my three-night stay in the Welsh capital, I discovered one of the most livable British cities I’ve ever visited.
With its beautiful gardens, historic sights, stunning bay and newer attractions, this 330,000 person-strong mini metropolis is definitely worth a city break.
By Daniele Guido Gessa – Full Story at Gay Star News | Wales Gay Travel Resources
This post originally appeared on the Purple Roofs Gay Travel Blog.
Image via Visit Wales
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