Flights to Cardiff

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The Best Time to Visit Wales with Cheap Flights to Cardiff

There isn't a bad time to visit Cardiff, it all depends when you want to buy your flights to Cardiff. The capital of Wales has a reliable climate throughout the year, so when you decide to visit is entirely up to your itinerary. From March to April, the city is transformed by flowers in bloom. The weather is also starting to warm up, and you'll miss the summer crowds. June to September is the busiest time of year for Cardiff. Travellers from all over the world by airfare to Cardiff for the summer holidays.

If you want to plan your trip around this season, it's a good idea to book your flights to Cardiff well in advance to lock in lower prices. But if you don't mind the city being more expensive than usual, you can attend the many special events, music and food festivals. November to December is perfect for winter lovers. You can go ice-skating and take part in the many sporting activities. You'll also have an easier time finding cheap flights to Cardiff if you book your trip around the popular festive season.

Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss

Cardiff Castle

Cardiff Castle is one of the city's top attractions. It's an ancient stone fortress that has been around since the 11th century. Once your flights to Cardiff land at Cardiff Airport (CWL), you can buy tickets to visit the monument. Spend a few hours walking through the interactive exhibits and explore the bomb shelters that were used during World War II. If you're a major history buff, you can also pay extra for a ticket that will give you access to the opulent rooftop garden and private rooms.

Wales Millennium Centre

Buy tickets to Cardiff to come to watch a show at the Wales Millennium Centre. The venue hosts some of the biggest names in music, comedy and theatre. Architecture lovers can geek out over the structure. The design is almost entirely glass, metal, wood and slate. If you are visiting Cardiff to attend a show, be sure to book your return flights to Cardiff well in advance before the demand increases prices.

Cardiff Bay

If you're looking for a relaxed afternoon in Cardiff, make your way to the city's waterfront. You can wander past the iconic Norwegian Church, Pierhead, the Wetlands Nature Reserve and old docks. For travellers that have more free time in their itinerary, you can sign up for a guided boat tour and visit a permanent exhibition of Welsh craft-makers at the Craft in the Bay.

Cardiff Central Market

Searching for souvenirs to take back home? Visit the Cardiff Central Market. It's been around since the 1700s and is one of the top things to do in Cardiff. As soon as your flights to Cardiff have landed at Cardiff Airport (CWL) and you've checked into your hotel, you can visit the market and taste your way through the many cafes and restaurants while doing a bit of shopping. The market is also only a five-minute walk from Cardiff Castle, making it easy to check out both attractions in one day.

Packing Tips for Travellers on Return Flights to Cardiff

Wet weather

The United Kingdom is one of the wettest countries in Europe, so you'll want to pack for your trip accordingly. As soon as you've confirmed your flights to Cardiff, it's a good idea to invest in a pair of waterproof boots that you can use for sightseeing. You should also bring along a small, compact umbrella and a dry bag for any of camera equipment. When it comes to clothes, buying a few thermal garments will help prevent you from having to layer multiple clothing items to stay warm. If you do forget to pack anything before your flights to Cardiff, you can always stock up on supplies at the local shops in the city.

Plug adapter

The UK uses a standard voltage of 230 V and a standard frequency of 50 Hz. The power plugs and sockets are type G, so travellers from Australia will need to buy a travel adapter. You should try to pick up one before your flights to Cardiff to avoid any last minute shopping at Cardiff Airport (CWL), as it will be more expensive than a regular shop. Keep an eye out for an adaptor that has plugs and USB ports so you can charge all your devices at once!

Reusable water bottle

It's always a good idea to pack a reusable water bottle when you travel. It will help you cut down on your plastic waste, and you can avoid having to buy a new bottle of water every time you need a drink. You can buy a reusable bottle before your flights to Cardiff or after you arrive at Cardiff Airport (CWL). Tap water in Cardiff is safe to drink so you can fill up at your hotel or at any of the restaurants you visit.

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