About Cardiff Central Train Station
Cardiff is the capital and largest city in Wales, one of the four distinct countries that make up the United Kingdom. The city is the primary economic and political centre in Wales and one of the top ten largest cities in the UK. A popular tourist destination and a place with a huge number of sites of historic and cultural interest, Cardiff is very much a modern European city and a great place to do business. Several of the UK’s largest and best sporting arenas like the Millennium Stadium and the Cardiff City Stadium are found in the city. Geographically, Cardiff is bordered to the west by the Vale of Glamorgan, to the east by the city of Newport, and to the south by the Severn Estuary and the Bristol Channel. Cardiff’s central business district is bound by the River Taff to the west, by two railway lines to the south and east, and by a number of civic buildings to the north. Other significant central areas of the city include Riverside and Cardiff Bay.
Setting up your business here
Cardiff has a strong and thriving SME sector and is the centre of the Welsh media, finance, insurance and engineering industries. Companies based in the Welsh capital include the likes of Admiral Insurance, the computer software and IT consulting group RISCOS and the Principality Building Society. Other businesses with a notable office space presence in the city include British Gas, ING Direct, BT and the Halifax Bank of Scotland. Being located in the far south of Wales means Cardiff is close to a number of commercially and economically significant English cities, not least London, Birmingham and Bristol. The city is very well served in terms of transport links by train and road networks, as well as by air via Cardiff Airport.
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Things to do in Cardiff Central Train Station
Great places to visit in Cardiff include Bute Park, Cardiff Castle and the National Museum Cardiff. Meanwhile, the Millennium Stadium is a spectacular sporting arena that is quite breath-taking even when there aren’t any sporting events taking place and Cardiff Bay is a quite stunning area combining both manmade and natural beauty. Cardiff Bay is also one of the best places in the city to find a great restaurant, with the Bayside Brasserie and Moksh among the most popular you’ll find serving modern British and Indian cuisines respectively. There are also any number of welcoming and vibrant traditional pubs in Cardiff, among the best are the Cayo Arms and the Cricketers, both of which are on Cathedral Road, and the City Arms on Quay Street.
- Tube lines: N/A
- Mainline stations: Cardiff Central
- Nearest motorways: M4
- Nearest airports: Cardiff Airport