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Last minute flights to Cardiff

Departure Tue, 10 Sep Return Fri, 13 Sep
DUB Dublin
CWL Cardiff
return from £84
Departure Sun, 25 Aug Return Fri, 30 Aug
ALC Alicante
BRS Bristol
return from £133
Departure Thu, 29 Aug Return Sat, 31 Aug
CDG Paris
BRS Bristol
return from £87
Departure Fri, 13 Sep Return Sat, 14 Sep
BFS Belfast
BRS Bristol
return from £55
Popular flight routes to Cardiff
Alicante - Bristol
return from £93
Dublin - Cardiff
return from £101
Belfast - Cardiff
return from £66
Glasgow - Bristol
return from £58
Cork - Bristol
return from £215
Anglesey - Cardiff
return from £38

Trips to Cardiff

Cardiff travel

A city of startling attractions with unique shopping experiences, entertainment and top-quality cuisine all within close proximity, Cardiff is Wales' metropolis and the UK's tenth largest city. Until the 19th century, the city was a small, insignificant town; following this, it rose to strategic importance when its prominence as a port for export of coal came under fine, economical use. Today, flights to Cardiff are greatly popular due to the city being the centre for sporting institutions and venues, national culture and media as well as for major political activities. Check out our offers flight + hotel to Cardiff!

Things to do and places to see in Cardiff

People from all over the world plan trips to Cardiff to spend the better part of their holidays. The city is full of romantic ambience, contagious sportsmanship, and the rarest views to visit. An electric culture and fascinating history that visitors find it difficult to take it all in one go. There is live entertainment to enjoy, opera, ballet and musicals along with the Welsh Games, the Red Dragon Centre, St. David's Hall, Cardiff Castle and many places that you wouldn't want to miss.

Once there, live the Cardiff experience to the fullest by doing the following:

  • Wander in the beautiful Bute Park with family and friends
  • Find unique, lively entertainment in the Red Dragon Centre
  • Explore the heartening fashion and food in Mermaid Quay
  • Visit the renowned Cardiff Castle and experience medieval times
  • Embrace the crazy Welsh Games
  • Take in displays in the St. Fagan National History Museum
  • Splatter and splash in Cardiff International White Waters
  • Visit the Wales Millennium Centre
  • Book a seat at the bustling Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
  • Learn about the historical city at St. John The Baptist Parish Church
  • Challenge your strength and adventure skills in the Boulders Indoor Climbing Centre
  • Keep tabs on sporting excitement in the city with Stadium Plaza

Cardiff airports

The national airport of Wales is the Cardiff Airport which operates all the commercial business. Cheap flights to and from Cardiff from south, mid and west Wales can be availed from this airport, which is located just 19km from the west of the city centre.

  • Cardiff Airport

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    There are a number of airlines operating at Cardiff Airport including British Airways and Flybe.


    Cardiff Airport is located in the village of Rhoose, Vale of Glamorgan which is almost 19 kilometres from the centre of Cardiff

    Transport options

    Traveling to Cardiff Airport is very convenient from any part of the city. There is an extensive network of routes for bicycles to reach the airport ideally on time. Traveling by rail is also possible with a railway network linking to Cardiff Central and Bridgend. Similarly, bus stations are located in front of the terminal buildings and access by personal car or taxi can also be arranged.

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