The capital city of the Principality and Nation of Wales, Cardiff has a rich heritage and culture that rivals any major British city. The centre has superb shopping options in the Queen Street and St Mary Street, containing the largest shopping centre in Wales. There are all kinds of pubs, bars and restaurants and other nightlife in the city.
Wales has its own language, but the commonly spoken language in Cardiff is English. However, you may enjoy seeing most street signs in 2 languages: English and Welsh.
Cardiff Castle is a major tourist attraction in the city and is situated in the heart of the city centre. The Castle Quarter area includes some of Cardiff's Victorian and Edwardian arcades. There are several universities based in Cardiff, which helps to make the city fun and friendly.
Cardiff is known for its parks and other such green spaces covering around 10% of the city's total area. The main park is Bute Park and only a short walk away from our College. Cardiff Bay is close by if you want to be beside the sea. Cardiff is surrounded by castles and beautiful countryside including the famous Welsh valleys.
The city is well connected by rail and road to Bristol, London, Southampton, Portsmouth. The international airport flies direct to destinations all over the world.
We are confident that you will love Cardiff!