Cardiff and Wales
Europe’s youngest capital city in an ancient land
Cardiff is a fun place to study and provides an ideal environment for learning English. It is a friendly and affordable university city with a compact centre, quiet residential areas, and excellent public transport.
As the capital city of Wales since 1955, Cardiff has something for everyone; go shopping in modern shopping centres and the famous arcades, visit the castle, take a walk around the magnificent parks, sample the restaurants in Cardiff Bay, and watch a rugby game or major concert at the Principality Stadium…the choice is yours!
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The Welsh claim to “keep a welcome in the hillsides”, and they certainly do! A land known for its legends, heritage, dramatic landscape, love of music, passion for rugby and its vibrant capital; Wales certainly has plenty to offer the foreign visitor.
With attractions such as Caerphilly Castle, the Wye Valley, Tintern Abbey, the Brecon Beacons National Park, and the Gower Peninsula on your doorstep, Cardiff will offer you a base from which you can explore this historic land.
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