Made up of innovative architecture, historic buildings and Cardiff Bay, Cardiff is a city proud of its culture, history and language. Starting from a small settlement to the world's busiest port, Cardiff today has so much to offer.
A stylish and chic shopping arena, world-class restaurants, and a stylish waterfront area are to name but a few attractions. Designated a City of Sport in 2009 Cardiff has gained a fine reputation as a sporting capital, showcasing some of the world's Major sporting events throughout the year.
If you’re new to Cardiff and Wales, then why not take a guided tour. Having a guide who knows their subject can really make a difference, giving you an insight to local history, culture, language and legends.
Situated in central Cardiff the stadium is now considered to be one of the best rugby stadiums in the world and hosts many important rugby matches.!
Located in the heart of the capital the castle conceals an elaborate interior. Climb to the top of the keep for breathtaking views across the city.
Over 150 hands on exhibits to keep the whole family entertained. You can race an electric car, fire a rocket, play a giant keyboard as much more!
Cardiff International Airport
Vale Of Glamorgan
Situated in Rhoose, 12 miles west of Cardiff city centre and 10 miles from Junction 33 on M4
+44 (0) 1446 711111
Eastern Airways check-in is operated by Swissport. The airport information desk is situated on the first floor directly behind the Travelex bureau.
The airport has many establishments offering a huge range of hot and cold food and beverages.
There is a wide variety of shops at the airport and Duty free goods are also available..
There are a range of car hire companies located at the airport. Special discounted rates with Europcar are available to all Eastern Airways passengers by going on this web link: https://www.easternairways.com/en-gb/information/general/car-hire.
Cardiff International Airport has short stay and long stay car parks all with disabled spaces and there is also a Business car park which is very convenient for business travellers all car parks are equipped with 24 hour with CCTV. Parking can be pre booked online. Holiday Extras and Eastern Airways have teamed up providing parking at all major UK airports. In addition to low rates, you benefit from a simplified booking process and regular special offers. Check it out: https://www.easternairways.com/en-gb/information/general/car-parking/
Cardiff’s executive lounge is available to Eastern Airways customers traveling with a fully flexible ticket, Zonal or 4-4-3 route pass.
Exit at Junction 33 on the M4 and follow the A4232. Take the first exit off the A4232 at Culverhouse Cross and follow signs to the airport along the A4050 and A4226
A rail link connects Rhoose Cardiff International Airport Station to Cardiff Central and Bridgend.
A shuttle bus service is available for passengers, which connects with all trains to carry passengers on the short journey to the airport terminal, taking approximately 5-10minutes. For further information call: 0845 748 49 50, or visit www.arrivatrainswales.co.uk
The airport is close to Rhoose in the Vale of Glamorgan, 12 miles west of Cardiff and 10 miles from junction 33 on the M4. Exit junction 33 on the M4 and follow the signs to Cardiff Airport along the A4232, A4050 and A4226. Postcode is CF62 3BD.
Checker Cars is the airport’s official taxi operator and offers a 24 hour service. A taxi booking office is located outside the arrivals hall. Taxis are available on arrival or can be booked in advance by calling 01446 711747 or by e-mailing to email@example.com
Travelling by bus to and from Cardiff Airport is easy and convenient, with good connections between the airport and Cardiff city centre. The bus pick up and drop off points are situated in front of the terminal building.