Cheap flights to Cardiff

Cross Captivating Cardiff off Your Travel Bucket List

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The charming capital of Wales is one of the most eclectic destinations in the UK, attracting around 20 million tourists every year. Cardiff has a truly unique flavour, blending ancient Celtic character with a myriad of cutting-edge attractions. If you're looking to enjoy an exciting short break or weekend away, Cymru offers something for everyone – from enthralling landmarks for history-buffs to sensational shopping opportunities for fashion fans.

Cardiffians are proudly patriotic and famous for their wonderful hospitality, so you can expect first-class accommodation whether you're looking for a luxury five-star hotel or a budget-friendly bed and breakfast. What are you waiting for? The Welsh capital is one of the best value-for-money cities in Britain, so book your cheap flights to Cardiff today and get ready for an action-packed adventure in the historic county of Glamorgan.

Cheap flights to Cardiff
Cheap flights to Cardiff

A City Where Old Meets New

The majestic Cardiff Castle stands proudly in the heart of town and with a history dating back over 2000 years, it is a haven for historians. Built in Roman times, the castle boasts fascinating developments throughout the most famous periods in history. In the Victorian era, the eccentric Bute family transformed the stronghold into a charming fantasy château with lush green gardens and opulent interior design. If you fancy an alternative night out with friends or family, why not take advantage of the traditional Welsh banquet experiences that take place every Friday from June through to November?

The castle is surrounded by a magnificently modern cityscape, including award-winning buildings such as The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and Cardiff Central Library. The nearby National Museum, meanwhile, is home to one of the best impressionist art collections outside of Paris, where you can marvel at sensational works by the likes of Monet and Van Gogh.

The city is also a great base to explore other famous rural locations in Wales, including the sensational Brecon Beacons or the rustic Rhonda Valley. 'Lonely Planet' recently voted the brand new nearby 870-mile Wales Coastal Path the 'Greatest Region on Earth' – so make sure you venture off the beaten track of the city to experience a breath of the famously fresh Welsh air.

Exciting Entertainment and Sensational Shopping

If you're looking for a spot of retail therapy, this wonderful Welsh destination often polls as one of the best shopping destinations in the UK, with a spectrum of stores selling all kinds of wares.  Browse beautiful boutiques in charming Edwardian arcades or indulge in a designer spending spree in the many ultra-modern malls. Vintage fashion lovers will enjoy exploring the High Street Arcade, which is crammed with tiny treasure troves as well as one of the only Oxfam Boutique Stores in the world. The city is also home to the world's oldest record store – Spillers – which opened in 1894. Cardiff Market has been the centre of trade in the city since the 1700s, taking place in the same two-storey structure for over 100 years.

When it comes to food and drink, Cymru offers sensational international cuisine to satisfy all appetites. There are endless options to choose from, including cosy gastropubs to chic cafes and luxurious rosette-winning eateries and the Great British Cheese Festival and Country Fair, held every September in Cardiff Castle, regarded as one of the top Food Festivals in the UK. For those that want a memorable night out, this vibrant city offers a brook of brilliant bars and clubs where you can party until the small hours.

St Mary Street is home to a number of exciting and varied venues, while those looking to experience one of the famous super-clubs should pay a visit to Greyfriars Road. The Welsh capital is great for those wanting to experience exciting live entertainment, boasting a number of award-winning event spaces like the Millennium Stadium as well as the Motorpoint Arena, where you can witness world-class music artists playing live throughout the year.  

With so much to see and do in this captivating city, why not book cheap flights to Cardiff now and cross this sensational city off your travel bucket list?

Flybe operates flights from Cardiff airport to the following destinations:

United Kingdom

  • Barra
  • Belfast City
  • Edinburgh
  • Kirkwall
  • Stornoway
  • Sumburgh
  • Tiree
  • Wick- John O Groats

France

  • Chambery
  • Lyon
  • Nice

Channel Islands

  • Jersey

Czech Republic

  • Prague

Switzerland

  • Geneva
  • Zurich

Germany

  • Munich
  • Nuremberg
  • Please note not all flights are direct. Please see our timetable for further details.

 


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