Cardiff Hop-on Hop-Off Bus Tours with City Sightseeing
3 must-see Hop-On Hop-Off Attractions in Cardiff
The capital of Wales, Cardiff, is a fantastic place to visit. What makes Cardiff special is its cultural vibrancy, stunning countryside, great nightlife, and fabulous food.
One of the best ways to discover this city is through our hop-on hop-off Cardiff bus tour. Our Cardiff sightseeing bus lets you plan your itinerary at your pace without all the traffic woes.
At bus stop 1, you will find Cardiff Castle. Built on a 2,000-year-old Roman site, the castle is famous for its rich artworks, elegant architecture, and chic boutiques situated in its Victorian alleyways.
For those interested in learning about fine arts and the history of Wales, the next stop on the tour is the National Museum of Wales. It has the finest collection of sculptures and paintings in all of Britain. Real meteorites, the world’s largest leatherback turtle, and moon rocks are just some of the museum highlights.
At bus stop 5 on our Cardiff sightseeing tour, you will see the pristine Cardiff Bay. It is a must-visit destination to soak in the scenic views while you relax on the beach.
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Top Cardiff Attractions
These are just some of the best places that you must visit while in Cardiff. Our Cardiff sightseeing bus tour has a carefully designed itinerary that helps you discover all the wonders of Cardiff. If you keep an eye on our checkout page, you may even find some incredible discounts and special promotions.
Every hop-on hop-off Cardiff bus ticket comes with a coupon booklet for some extra savings.
After you’ve explored Cardiff, take advantage of its location to visit all the amazing places nearby in an economical and convenient manner using our hop-on hop-off bus.
We recommend Bath, the only city to be recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a whole. Once you have soaked in its Georgian architecture and explored the ancient Roman baths, head over to the Jane Austen Centre to see the permanent exhibition that tells the story of the author’s life.
Then, proceed to Stratford-upon-Avon, a town steeped in 800 years of history. This is the birthplace of William Shakespeare, whose unmatched literary legacy is kept alive in his carefully preserved family homes.