Popular Lettings in Cardiff
Highlights in Cardiff
- Cardiff Castle
- Millennium Stadium
- Cardiff Bay
- Cardiff National Museum
- Ideal for the more urbanite
Most popular in Cardiff
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Cardiff
If you're thinking of renting a cheap letting in Cardiff for a weekend getaway, Holidu makes it easy for you. Thanks to our advanced search assistant, you will be able to find the best offers of holiday rentals between individuals in a comfortable, fast and simple way. We have hundreds of fully equipped tourist rentals with capacity from 2 to 14 people. So whether you come as a couple, with your family or with friends, you will always find the perfect accommodation. Most of them are concentrated in the centre of Cardiff, where the main tourist attractions and the best shopping areas are concentrated, but the truth is that the city is quite affordable and very well communicated, so if you decide to stay in the surrounding area, it won't take long to get to the centre by public transport or car, book your rental in Cardiff today and come and enjoy some fun-filled days!Why book a letting in Cardiff?
Cardiff is an important tourist centre that receives around 11.7 million visitors every year. A city that has everything the traveller could wish for: a multitude of interesting places to explore, friendly people and beautiful green spaces. And all this without having to travel long distances. With lots of bars and restaurants, impressive castles and fascinating museums. A great city, alive, modern and Victorian at the same time in which the contemporary buildings are intermingled with the old constructions of the 19th century. A city where you'll never have time to get bored. Don't wait any longer to rent your rental in Cardiff and come and see it!
Holidays in Cardiff
The area and how to find your way around
Located southwest of the island of Great Britain, Cardiff is the capital of the Wales region and the country's commercial, sporting, cultural, media and educational centre. It has a population of approximately 317,500 inhabitants.The best areas to rent a letting in Cardiff
Cardiff is a relatively small city, so you won't have to spend too much time on the road. According to the opinions of other travellers, the best area to book a letting in Cardiff is Cardiff Bay, which has become one of the largest urban regeneration projects in the world. Here you will find the Wales Millenium Centre, the Mermaid Quay, a shopping and leisure area with excellent communications with the city centre by bus. But it is also highly recommended to rent a letting in the centre of Cardiff, the shopping and commercial centre of the city. Here are the rugby stadium and the castle. In addition, the train station that connects Cardiff with other cities in England and the rest of the country. If you have a tight budget, you will find very cheap rentals in the surrounding area, where you will also have the opportunity to be in touch with the typical Welsh landscapes in an almost rural environment but at the same time close to the city.
Types of travellers and activities
Cardiff is an ideal destination for the more urbanite, whether for a weekend or multi-day getaway. Full of shopping areas, galleries and restaurants of all kinds, both national and international food. With first-rate matches such as those held at the Millennium Stadium and with a City Hall reminiscent of Washington DC. Everything makes Cardiff a very appealing city to spend 2 or 3 days, either as a couple, with family or with friends. What are you waiting for to book your rental in Cardiff?
Did you know that at the end of April the rowing competitions take place in Cardiff, in which the groups of young athletes take part?
Top 5 Recommendations in Cardiff
An impressive fortress with a truly fascinating mix of styles: medieval, Norman and Victorian Gothic. Being the present aspect of the castle the one that the Marquis of Bute gave. You can stroll through its beautiful gardens, enter its sumptuous rooms and let yourself be seduced by all the stories that happened inside.2. Attend a rugby match at Millenium Stadium
The real temple of rugby in Wales. A sport that in this region follows much more than football. It has a capacity for more than 72,000 spectators and at the time was the second in Europe with a retractable roof. Buy a ticket and experience the thrill of rugby in one of the best stadiums in the world!3. Visit the Cardiff National Museum
This is the best art museum in Wales. Inside it houses an important collection of Welsh and French works of art by artists such as Cezanne, Manet and Van Gogh. Donated mainly by the Davies sisters in the 1950s and 1960s.
Although Cardiff has enough attractions to spend a few days, if you have more time, don't hesitate to take excursions to such interesting places as Brecon Beacons National Park, to the cliffs and beaches of Pembrokeshire, to the charming coastal town of Swansea, to Snowdonia National Park or to the majestic castle of Caernarfon.5. Take a walk in Cardiff Bay
Cardiff has a beautiful bay that invites you to stroll, especially at sunset, when you can enjoy the views and colours of the sky. A place with a multitude of restaurants, an opera and a merry-go-round. The visit should end in Mermaid Quay, a modern shopping centre full of bars and restaurants.