Cardiff, the eleventh-largest city in the United Kingdom, is the capital of Wales. It is the largest city in Wales and the most popular tourist destinations. The city is the hub for a cultural institution, Welsh media, and commerce. The geographic feature of the city plays a vital role in development. The oceanic climate makes the weather wet, cloudy and windy. Winters are freezing, and the summers remain sunny and warm. Rain is unpredictable throughout the year. The city has various incredible tourist attractions. The Cardiff Castle has a splendid architecture with lavish banqueting hall and clock tower. The dam Cardiff Bay Barrage has cycling and walking path that makes the access convenient. Llandaff Cathedral and National Museum are worth to visit. The Principality Stadium or Millennium stadium is must to explore. Cardiff’s favorite green space is Roath Park. The park has a lake where people can enjoy boating and fishing. The city has hopping nightlife with numerous clubs, pubs, bars, and restaurants especially in St. Mary’s Street.