Cardiff is full of fascinating history, but did you know that there are some chilling haunting tales? Not all of these ghost stories happened at Halloween, but in Cardiff, there are legendary whispers, eerie buildings and haunted happenings. Read on, if you dare!
Christmas in July is now celebrated across the world, with venues allowing you to have a taste of what to expect when December rolls around. This year I celebrated at Steinbeck and Shaw and PRYZM Cardiff, who got to showcase that they are more than just a nightclub.
Flat Holm is a little island, just 4 miles off the coast of Cardiff, is rich in wildlife and has masses of history. From Viking raiders, a Victorian fortification to becoming the first line of defense during the Second World War. It has to be on the ‘to do’ list when you visit Cardiff.
Cardiff Bay has played a significant part in Cardiff’s development, not only during the Industrial Revolution but over the last 20 years too.