Travelers who wish to experience the rich culture of the U.K. may want to visit Cardiff, Wales. This metropolis can often be overlooked when compared to Dublin or London, but the city has rich Welsh customs that make for an exciting urban adventure.
For a look into the region's past, visitors can check out the stunning castles and medieval ruins that can be found around the main city. According to Fodor's, one of the most thrilling attractions may be the Caerphilly Castle, which was built in the 13th century. Many of the spiraling towers and giant fortress walls still stand and the entire structure is surrounded by a massive moat.
Sports fans should either take a tour or book tickets to an event at the Millennium Stadium, reports Lonely Planet. This venue hosts exciting rugby matches and was home to the 1999 Rugby World Cup. Tours include a stroll through the VIP box seat section and the players' quarters.
A great culinary experience in Cardiff can be had at Le Gallois. This restaurant infuses french style with Welsh ingredients, offering dishes such as rabbit confit with basil risotto.
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