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Overlooking the Bay and with a chic, cosmopolitan atmosphere, Mermaid Quay is where Cardiff comes to relax.Just five minutes from the city centre, it's the perfect destination for relaxing, partying or splashing out on a bit of retail therapy or...more
All reviews cardiff bay restaurants and bars vibrant area plenty of choice overlooking the bay plenty of places to eat sunny day millennium centre spoilt for choice eating places water taxi norwegian church boat ride pierhead building great atmosphere lovely place to visit walk around
The quay is okay. You get the feeling that a lot of rejuvenation happened a few years back, and it has just stayed the same since. I'd advise getting the river bus to see it. There is a great little shop that does Welsh cakes...More
Lovely quay to arrive at on the Water bus, there was a Lego exhibition and so many cafes and restaurants with food from around the world and there is a shrine to Ianto Jones, an amazing area which is obviously popular with visitors and locals
We visited the Lego Big Cats installation in Tahoma Square, a selection of cats from the wild expertly crafted using Lego. It’s free and an ideal outing for all ages. Running over this half term break.
Part of the waterfront redevelopment of Cardiff bay, the Mermaid Quay is a stunning setting with views over the water of the bay.
Not touristy, so you'll be mixing with locals.
Nice and relaxing part of the Welsh Capital.
We were lucky to have a gloriously warm day for our visit. The quay looks lovely in the sunshine & is a good place to chill out with plenty of restaurants to choose from as well as the ice cream parlour. Definitely worth a visit....More
Loads of great restaurants nestling around the Harbour. All very clean and quite smart. Also just 100 yards form the brilliant Millenium centre theatre, ballet and home of the internationally renowned Welsh National Opera
certainly good to walk around at the water, but not really much to see around, except of a lot of different restaurans. Expected more but certainly good to spend some hours there or to take a boat tour