Extrapolitan: Cardiff Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

Extrapolitan: Cardiff Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

From US 0 per person

Select Date

Adults (16+ yrs)

Child (5-15 yrs)

Infant (0-4 yrs)

Family Ticket (2A+3C)

Tour Highlights

    • Access to unlimited Hop On Hop Off bus tour for 24 hours across the city.
    • There will be a discount on entry to many tourist attractions on presenting the ticket.
    • Eleven prominent stops across the city for better exploration.
    • An Onboard commentary is available in seven languages- Welsh, English, Spanish, German, French, Italian and Polish.
    • There is a facility of live English commentary by the local guides.

Overview & Description

Overview:
Once an utterly Industrial city, Cardiff in recent decades has changed the scenario by becoming more lively and modern. The Welsh Capital city has now become popular amongst tourists for its vivid history and has quickly become one of the best tourist spots in the United Kingdom. Summer is considered to be the best time to visit the city, with it hosting the dining out and drinks parties, the al fresco. The city administration has given special attention to the pedestrianization, resulting in large open spaces. The Cardiff city center has seen massive development in the last decade and emerged as a top shopping destination in the UK.


Cardiff is also a very green city and is surrounded by five different castles. Get to know more about this city of Castles in the Open top double decker Hop On Hop Off city sightseeing buses.
 

Description:
Entry of the city is exciting as it sprawls between a medieval castle to a modern waterfront. The young capital clearly shows how rapidly it has made it stand by the status it got. It is not only rugby that brings attention to the city but also its modern architecture. Few excellent shopping options is another reason for drawing loads of crowd to the city, especially during the weekends. You can see a massive amount crowd descending to bars and pubs and cheering over football matches as the nightshade falls over the town. Day trip in Cardiff includes adjacent coast, valleys, ancient castles, and interesting Industrial sites.


Start the city sightseeing tour with the medieval Cardiff castle. The castle is a mix of the Gothic Revival, Victorian and medieval architecture. It is present in Cardiff city center. It was earlier a 3rd-century Roman fort until the invasion of the Norman is the 10th century. These Invaders built the original Motte and Bailey castle atop the Roman Fort by the late 10th century.  By the 12th century, the castle was built with stones and a Norman shell keep which is still present. The colorful interiors of the fort are worth watching. Then visit the popular Millennium stadium which is the national stadium of Wales. It is also home to the Wales National Rugby Union Team.


Hop On and Hop Off at the Cardiff Bay, a common term given to the surrounding areas of the Cardiff city. It is also the waterfront of the city and the falls in the southern part of the city. The Cardiff Barrage creates the water body, and the area is a famous urban arena, featuring shops and eateries. The place also has historic buildings and exciting marine life. Visit the Norwegian Church Arts center. A Lutheran Church, it was consecrated in 1868. This place has been the place of worship for the Norwegian community of the city and the Scandinavian Sailors for a long time.


Cardiff is surely one of the greenest cities in the United Kingdoms, and Bute Park is the stalwart of all the greenery in the city. After exploring, shops and eateries in the much celebrated Cardiff Bay, the Bute Park is an ideal place to sit and relax. It is one of the major parks in the city and lies peacefully beside the river featuring some rare trees. The park is also popular for the Victorian gardens, ruins of the Friars and a small café. This 130 acres decorated garden was once a ground for the Cardiff Castle.  Finally, to understand the Welsh culture from its core, visit the National Museum of Wales or the Amgueddfa Cymru. The Museum comprises of seven other museums in Wales out of which the National Museum and the St Fagans National Museum of History are in Cardiff.

Tour Schedule

Cardiff Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour Timings:

First Bus: 10:00, Last Bus: 15:30
Frequency: Every 30 minutes
Starting Point: Cardiff Castle
Operational Season: All year Round; Daily except 25 & 26 Dec, 01 Jan




Inclusions & Exclusions

Inclusions

  • 24-Hours hop-on, hop-off bus ticket
  • Multi-lingual recorded commentary available in 7 different languages Welsh, English, French, Spanish, German, Italian and Polish.
  • Live English commentary delivered by our expert local guides
  • Free Booklet with deals and discounts
  • Discounted entry to many local attractions such as Cardiff Castle upon presenting your tour ticket.

Exclusions

  • Hotel Transfers
  • Lunch
  • Entrance Fees

Important Info

Ticket Redemption:
You can board the bus at any stop and voucher can be exchanged directly with the driver on board.
Mobile vouchers currently not accepted. Printed vouchers are accepted at all stops.
 

Operational Details:

  • Operational season: all year round excluding 25, 26 December, 1 January
  • First tour: 10:00, Last tour: 15:30 (Varies according to season)
  • Starting Point: Cardiff Castle


Cancellation Policy:
No cancellation charges up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. However you can redeem the e-ticket within 1 year from purchase date.

Map, Routes & Stops

  • Map

  • Cardiff Bus Route

Schedule: 10:00 - 15:30
Loop: 50 Minutes
Frequency: 30 Minutes

1. Cardiff Castle
2. National Museum of Wales
3. Fitzalan Place
4. Doctor Who Experience
5. Cardiff Bay
6. Mermaid Quay
7. Techniquest
8. Craft In The Bay
9. Loyd George Avenue
10. Custom House Street
11. Millennium Stadium

Post A Review

Customer Reviews

Similar Tours