Cardiff has some of the oldest towering cathedrals and castles well maintained and preserved.
Geography of Cardiff
Just over 200 miles West of London sits Cardiff facing the Bristol Channel as the capital of Wales, in the newly created (1974) administrative county of South Glamorgan, along with the Vale of Glamorgan. Cardiff stretches a total of 140 square kilometers, and can be found on a map at 51 29N, 31 11 W. The port is known as Tiger Bay, and has just been rejuvenated by the renovation of the Cardiff Barrage. Cardiff is found on the North bank of the river Taff and many attractions of Cardiff are at a walkable distance from the city.