Can I visit Cardiff now?
The restrictions are: Ok, so local lockdown means that we can’t welcome any leisure visitors to Cardiff for a little while, this makes us sad but we know it’s for the best. Cardiff locals are also unable to leave the area for the time being, unless they have a valid reason.
What can you do in Cardiff during Covid?
Things To Do In Cardiff During Local Lockdown
- Go Rock Climbing At Boulders Indoor Climbing Centre.
- Make A Splash At Cardiff International White Water.
- Let Your Inner-Child Loose At A Trampoline Park.
- Eat Global, Stay Local At The Depot.
- Go Golfing Indoors At Treetop Adventure Golf.
- Hit The Lanes.
- Watch A Movie.
What parts of Cardiff are rough?
Cathays South & Bute Park is the most dangerous neighbourhood in Cardiff, followed by Adamsdown in second place, and Splott as the third most dangerous area. Cardiff’s safest neighbourhoods are, in order, Cyncoed South & Roath Park, Lisvane, and Thornhill.
Do I have to quarantine if I travel to the UK?
Travel to England from another country during coronavirus (COVID-19) You do not need to take any COVID-19 tests or quarantine on arrival in England, irrespective of your vaccination status.
Do you have to wear a mask in Wales?
Face coverings are now only mandatory in some indoor public places across Wales. Part of: Staying safe and social distancing.
Why do tourists visit Cardiff?
The stunning landscape surrounding Cardiff makes it the perfect destination for cyclists, walkers and lovers of water sports, all out in the open. Cardiff is home to an abundance of historical houses and castles. Cardiff Castle is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Wales and for good reason.
Can I travel from London to Cardiff?
The fastest trains from London to Cardiff take 1 hour 42 minutes. From Manchester to Llandudno Junction, it’s about 2 hours. From London Heathrow Airport, there’s a fast, direct rail service to Paddington, where you can change onto a direct train to Wales.
Is Cardiff posh?
The district is known to be affluent with some of the highest property prices in Wales. Located up the hill from Roath Park, it has beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. The area has a number of spots to eat out including Three Arches, The Discovery, and Juboraj Lakeside.