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An attractive coastal city that is steeped in history and culture, Swansea is Wales’ second largest city and is a heavily populated area. The city has a rich industrial history, particularly when it comes to the copper trade, which led to it becoming known as Copperopolis. The city is also a tourist hub, with many people flocking here for its attractive coastline, marina, vibrant promenade and its fascinating maritime quarter. Some of the attractions you will find in the city include the National Waterfront Museum, Swansea Museum, the Dylan Thomas Centre, and the Mission Gallery.
Known for its past associations to the copper industry, Swansea is now a commercial centre that is home to many businesses and professional that rent office space. The service sector is one of the main contemporary economies. Among the organisations that have facilities in the city you will find the DVLA, which has its headquarters in Swansea. Other prominent companies that are located here include communications specialists BT, retail giant Amazon, insurance group Admiral, HSBC bank, and media group Virgin.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Entertainment is around every corner in Swansea, with something to suit every taste. For those seeking nightlife, there are many pubs, clubs, bars and two casinos in the city. You will find venues for live music and the performing arts, such as the Grand Theatre and the Patti Pavilion. A range of dining options will ensure you never go hungry in Swansea. Slice is a popular restaurant for those looking to enjoy British dishes in an elegant setting. For tasty Indian food try Orissa Indian Cuisine or head to Cafe 93 for great pizza and salad. Hanson at the Chelsea is a must for anyone seeking fresh seafood.
Swansea offers excellent road transport links, connecting drivers to other major towns and cities. This includes the M4 motorway and major roads including the A48, the A483 and the A4067. The area is well served by buses, coaches, and taxis, which means that there are a number of options for those who do not wish to drive. The fourth busiest railhead in Wales, Swansea railway station provides links to places such as Milford Haven, Cardiff Central, Shrewsbury, Newport and London. The nearest major air travel hub is Cardiff Airport.