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Cardiff Area Guide: Canton

Canton (Welsh: Treganna) is an extremely popular suburb to the west of Cardiff. It is often considered one of the most ethnically-diverse Cardiff neighbourhoods with a large Asian population. This fantastic neighbourhood has a bohemian feel, and suits people those looking for a district with a gentrified atmosphere. The reason for ... 

Cardiff Area Guide: Pontprennau

Pontprennau is a relatively small, but expanding neighbourhood to the north of Cardiff. It is bordered by the M4 to the north, and the A48 to the east, it also shares borders with several Cardiff neighbourhoods including Llanishen, Llanrumney and Lisvane. The area can be best described as 50% residential and 50% ... 

Cardiff Area Guide: Cardiff Bay

Cardiff Bay is one of the most desirable places to live in all of Cardiff, this is thanks to the massive amount of redevelopment that has gone into the area over the last couple of decades. If you've ever visited Cardiff Bay, it's easy to see why people fall in love ... 

Cardiff Area Guide: Pentwyn

This week, our area guides take us to Pentwyn, a suburb in the east of Cardiff, and north-east of the city centre. Pentwyn is bordered by Pontprennau, and is a popular area with families thanks to the large number of residential homes and schools, as well as students who are studying ... 

Cardiff Area Guide: Cathays

Cathays is one of the most popular areas for students and young professionals in Cardiff. Located to the south of Heath, east of Roath and north of the city centre, Cathays is in a prime location for students who want easy to access to the universities and all the great things ... 

Cardiff Area Guide: Penylan

Penylan is a quiet suburb in eastern Cardiff. The neighbourhood is directly east of Roath and north of Adamsdown and Splott., and is well known for its Edwardian era houses, and spacious tree-lined avenues and streets. This district, much like Heath, is residential and is ideal for people looking to live close ... 

Cardiff Area Guide: Heath

If you go to the northmost part of Cathays, or walk for a stroll around Roath Park, you will find yourself in the neighbourhood of Heath. Because of the proximity to Heath Hospital and Cardiff University Heath Park Campus, this is a popular area with students studying medical-based degrees, though it is ... 

Cardiff Area Guide: Gabalfa

Gabalfa is a small residential neighbourhood located north of Cardiff city centre. It is situated between the north most end of Pontcanna Fields to the west, and Cathays Cemetery to the east. To the north of Gabalfa is Heath, and to the south is Cathays. Gabalfa is a quiet, residential area, best ... 

Cardiff Area Guide: Splott

Today, we’re continuing our Cardiff area guides by discovering the hidden treasures in Splott. Splott (or Y Sblot in Welsh) is a small community east of the city centre, south of Adamsdown and close to Cardiff Bay. The houses in Splott consist of tightly knit terraced houses, demonstrating the area’s community ... 

Cardiff Area Guide: Roath

Roath, which also contains the area of Cardiff known as Plasnewydd, is one of the larger suburbs of Cardiff, and is popular with students, professionals and families. It is such a large area that this diverse mix of people is to be expected. Roath lies to the east/north east of Cardiff, ... 

Cardiff Area Guide: Adamsdown

Adamsdown is a small suburb to the east of Cardiff City Centre, north of Splott, and south of Roath and Plasnewydd. This is a primarily residential district, with fewer local amenities compared to Roath or the city centre, however, it is in close proximity to both, so residents of Adamsdown are ... 

Cardiff is going pop-up crazy

Cardiff is becoming the city for fantastic food and drink, with dozens of quirky eateries, bars and cafés that are popping up all over the place. Cardiff residents and visitors are spoilt for choice, and the new independent eateries and pop-ups just keep on coming. The choices can feel almost overwhelming, ... 

What's occurring this April?

Hooray, it's the Easter holidays! We've battled through the dreaded winter, and we are now onto a pleasant spring, one month closer to summer. Most of you have submitted your essays for the March deadlines and you finally have a few weeks of freedom - sort of - but what have ... 

Top 10 South Wales beaches

The weather has been pretty good so far this summer in Cardiff, and what better way to bask in the sun than to go to the beach? If you live in Cathays or Roath and want to enjoy nature over the summer holidays, Roath Park is close and has a lovely ... 

Cardiff area guide: Canton

When living as a student in Cardiff, you may not often leave the confines of Cathays and Roath to venture past the city centre. However the area of Canton just west of the city centre is a lively area in its own right, popular with postgraduates who choose to stay in ... 

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