NUMBER 1, CENTRAL SQUARE
At long last construction has started at *Central Square. The first of potentialy 13 developments is No.1 Central Square. This area has been crying out for development for decades, the decision by the BBC to relocate to the area was possibly the catalyst for the develoments that will totally transform the area, including a new relocated bus station (behind the soon to be demolished Marland House) See bottom left hand side of map for location and Central Square masterplan

GRAND SLAM 2015 REMEMBERED
Now back in 2005 when I was still a young man (OK a younger man!) I thought the days of Welsh rugby glory were just a distant joyful memory to ease the pain following countless dissapointments. The days of triple crowns - championship title and grand slams (as if) were very much behind us! Well what a miserable pessimistic s*d I must've been back in my youth (hardly!) coz then 2005 GRAND SLAM happened, didn't see that one coming! - why not spend a very enjoyable half hour and re-live it here.

NUMBER 2, CAPITAL QUARTER
Work started on the latest building in JR Smarts Capital Quarter development in spring 2014. It is 84,000sq.ft.
high specification and floor plates from 4,715sq.ft. up to 13,025sq.ft. and BREEAM rated Excellent and due for completion christmas 2015. website>>
See bottom left hand side of map 'CARDIFF DEVELOPMENTS' and click to show location

WALES 16 v 21 ENGLAND - 6th FEB The build up to this match was massive! and at last the day arrived... a gloriously sunny day, Wales were confident, the fans full of optimism and a depleted England team decidedly nervy. The build up in the stadium as kick off approached cranked up the atmosphere even more, and by the time Mae Hen Wlad Fy Hhadau was sung it reached fever pitch! Little surprise that Wales were 10 - 0 up after just 8 minutes and looking like 2013 all over again! BUT that's when the Welsh 2015 Grand Slam dreams peaked. When England actually started to play they looked superior almost immediately and in the end Wales can have no complaints to have been defeated by the better side (on the night) match report

GIFTS FROM WALES
From the people that bring you this very page! actually make that person If you would like some quality Cardiff/Wales merchandise... phone cases, mugs, coasters etc. then please take a look
here >>
feedback.. So far my ebay customers seem to be quite pleased with the quality of goods and service
provided but don't take my word for it! judge for yourself here >>

CARDIFF CITY - RETURN TO BLUE
After 2 and a half season in a totally alien (to CCFC) colour, the Bluebirds have returned to their traditional Blue home kit!! In the future we'll look back at that strange time when we played in red - just hope that madness never returns. Mind you the atmosphere hasn't improved? although our current form may have something to do with that!! but at least they are being bood off in BLUE!! more >>

CARDIFF - NEWPORT - BRISTOL UNITE!
Cardiff, Newport and Bristol plan to work together as a city region under the title of Great Western Cities have been unveiled.
It is hoped the move will boost the economy in the region and help to develop renewable energy. more >>
CARDIFF WEATHER NOW!
well. it's a Brtitish pre-occupation - the weather! Unlike the rest of the UK it rarely rains in Cardiff! however if you find that claim a little far fetched then you can always check here oh yea of little faith!




ON THE MAP:

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A4119 road

>Angel hotel, Castle Street,   t: 029 2064 9200


>Bellini's Express Restaurant, St Davids Centre,   t: 029 20 220 225
>Bellini's Italiano Restaurant, Park Place,   t: 029 20 226 866
>
Big Sleep Hotel, Bute Terrace,   t: 029 2063 6363

>Brewery Quarter
>
Bute Park Blackfriars friary
>
Bute Park castle nursery - aerial photo/google-map
>
Bute Park coopers field - aerial photo/google-map
>
Bute Park education centre   t: 029 2078 8403
>
Bute Park Pettigrew Tea Rooms   t: 029 2023 5486 
>
Bute Park Secret garden cafe  t: 029 2023 2171
>
Bute Park Summerhouse cafe  t: ?
>
Bute Park website >wiki       


>Cardiff Bus
>
Cardiff Blues R.F.C.
>Cardiff Bowling club   t: 029 2022 8874
>Cardiff Central Police Station
>Cardiff Crown Court
>Cardiff Lawn Tennis Club  t: 029 2023 1216
>Cardiff story exhibit.
>
Cardiff University Students Union t: 029 2078 1400 :: what's on
>Capital Tower
>
Capitol centre
>Car Park - Adam Street

>Car Park - Dumfries Place
>Car Park - Greyfriars Road
>Car Park - John Lewis
>Car Park - Knox Road
>Car Park - North Road
>Car Park - Sophia Gardens

>Car Park - Wood Street
>
Castle     
>
Castle - whats on
>
Castle quarter
>
Castle mews - aerial photo/google-map
>
Cathays park >wiki
>
Cathedral Road - aerial photo/google-map
>
Cinema cineworld
>
Cinema vue
>
City hall     
>
City centre printable map
>Clare Road - aerial photo/google-map

>Driscoll Buildings - Capital Quarter


>
Farmers market
>
Flickr - Cardiff Developments
>Forum cardiffwalesmap-forum
>
Glamorgan cricket
>
Hotel - Hilton Hotel, Kingsway,   t: 029 2064 6300

>Hotel - Holiday Inn Hotel, Castle Street,   t: 0871 942 9094
>Hotel - Ibis Hotel, 23 Tyndall Street,  t: 029 2045 8131
>Hotel - Ibis Hotel, Churchill Way,   t: 029 2064 9250
>
Indoor market
>Kingsway - aerial photo/google-map
>
Library - Central

>Maldron Hotel, St Mary Street,   t: 029 2066 8866
>Marriott Hotel, Mill Lane,   t: 029 2039 9944
>Mercure Holland House Hotel, 24-26 Newport Road  t: 029 2043 5000
>Millenium Stadium tour


>Motorpoint Arena    
>Museum Avenue - aerial photo/google-map

>Museum - National museum and art gallery   
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National Express
>
New theatre 
>
North Road - aerial photo/google-map
>Novotel Hotel, Schooner Way,   t: 029 2113 2800
>Park Inn Hotel, Mary Ann Street,  t: 029 2034 1441
>Park Place - aerial photo/google-map

>Park Plaza Hotel, Greyfriars Rd,   t: 029 2011 1111
>
Royal welsh college  of music and drama  t: 029 2039 1361
>Queens arcade
>Radisson Blu Hotel, Bute Terrace,   t: 029 2045 4777
>
Rail-Cathays station
>
Rail-Central station
>
Rail-Queen Street station
>River Taff
>Royal Hotel, St Mary Street,   t:
029 2055 0750
>Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama,   t: 029 2055 0750


>Salisbury Road - aerial photo/google-map
>Sandringham Hotel, St Mary Street,  t: 029 2023 2161
>Senghenydd Road - aerial photo/google-map
>Sherman Theatre - t: 029 2064 6900
:: what's on
>Sleeperz Hotel, Saunders Road,   t:
029 2047 8747
>
Sophia Gardens
>Sophia Gardens - Car Park
>
St Davids centre
>Stadium House
>
St Davids Hall    
>
SWALEC Stadium


>Temple of Peace
>The Vulcan Pub R.I.P. - but it will rise again!
>Tourist info centre

>Travelodge Hotel, St Mary Street,   t: 0871 984 6224

>
water taxi stop -
aquabus
>Water taxi stop - cardiff boat tours
>Welsh Institute of Sport - sport wales  t: 0300 3003123
>Welsh Assembly Government, Crown Buildings
>Welsh National War Memorial, Cathays Park

>Wynford Hotel, Clare Street,   t: 029 2037 1983

 

To compliment our digital city centre map we have a detailed and up to date map that you can printout and use on your visit to Cardiff. There are also a number of handy qr codes which we hope you will find useful. printable Cardiff City centre map here

 

If you have visited Bute Park and then fancy
seeing Cardiff Bay - then there is no better way
to get there than by boat! and there's a boat every
half an hour 10:30am til 5:00pm - from the
waterbus-stop 30 yards from the Castle St entrance
to the Park


News
>wales on line
>news now
>bbc - s. e. wales
What's on
>woic.co.uk
>whats on cardiff
>the best of cardiff
Reciprocal
>Cleanseal - Ultimate Paving Protection
>Satellite Installation


What used to be called CIA or Cardiff International Arena is now the Motorpoint arena and is shown on the map

The following streets/roads are highlighted on the map: Boulevard de Nantes, Bute Terrace, Caroline street, Cathedral Road, Newport Road,Churchill Way, Greyfriars Road, Queen Street, St Mary Street, Westgate Street, Wood Street

The Vulcan Pub has been dis-assembled and put into storage, so that one day (not sure when) it will be reconstructed brick by brick at the museum of welsh life in st fagans. Anyway on the map above you can see where it was located from 1853 - 2012.
I wonder if it will last that long in St Fagans!!

On the Map all the Cardiff City centre hotels are shown and you can check availibility and book a room all from this one screen.

hotels:
angel hotel :: big sleep hotel :: etap hotel :: hilton hotel :: holiday inn hotel :: ibis hotel :: maldron hotel :: marriott hotel :: mercure holland house hotel :: novotel hotel :: nods da hotel :: park inn hotel :: park plaza hotel :: parc hotel :: radisson blu hotel ::
royal hotel :: sandringham hotel :: sleeperz hotel :: travelodge :: wynford hotel

Our Maps..  Home Page :: Cardiff Bay :: Cardiff City Stadium :: Cardiff Sports Village :: Wales Map :: iMap World :: Whitchurch :: Grangetown :: Swansea City Centre :: Laugharne ::  email: us here

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