Coachfinder delivers affordable coach hire to Cardiff from operators you can trust. There is so much to do in wonderful Wales, and travelling by your very own private coach can save your group money and ensure you arrive relaxed.
With hundreds of coach operators in our trusted network, we offer coach hire for every occasion – schools, sports clubs, festivals-goers, weddings, corporate events and more. So no matter your reason for your travel to Cardiff, we can get you there.
The birthplace of famous children's author Roald Dahl and singer Dame Shirley Bassey, Cardiff is a hot spot for art, literature, musical and sporting fans alike. Head to the National Museum to view some of Europe’s finest art collections, or head to the Millennium Centre for blockbuster West End musicals, opera, ballet, contemporary dance and much more.
With so much to do, you may need to book a few days' stay in this famous Welsh city – so start your Cardiff adventure with Coachfinder today!
If your group is heading to the Principality Stadium for an international rugby test match or other sporting event, why not travel by coach? It is cost-effective, comfortable and safe. Book a private coach for your next journey to Cardiff with Coachfinder.
Cardiff is perfect for a shopping trip. You can visit the large shopping centres like Queens Arcade or St Davids Dewi Sant for a selection of high street brands, dining and independent retailers. The Victorian and Edwardian arcades are pure retail therapy with lots of independent boutiques and cafes, to name a few are The Royal Arcade built in 1858 and The Morgan Arcade.
One of the most popular destinations in the heart of the city is Cardiff Castle which is over 2,000 years old and began its life as a Roman fort. There are two museums which you can visit for free, the National Museum and St Fagans - both perfect for family fun! Another attraction that you can’t miss is a stroll along Cardiff Barrage and Bay lined with shops, boutiques and cafes.
Visit the home of the Welsh Rugby Team, the renowned Principality Stadium, stadium tours are available daily also. As well as being the home for rugby, stand out music concerts also take place here.
Known as the ‘land of song’, Wales’ capital, Cardiff, is home to the world’s oldest record shop and has an incredible range of musical influences with an array of live musical venues like St David’s Hall and The Coal Exchange.
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