Cardiff today enjoys a high glamour quotient owing to its modern culture. Thanks to the latest refurbishing, the city has donned a new avatar of being funky and attractive. However, the tourists visiting the city cannot still overlook its history of Welsh Culture and tradition. Cardiff’s history resonates through its castle created by Romans on the river Taff (Cardiff takes its name from the same,) the fort's original walls still peek through the base of Castle's walls. In contrast, if you wish to immerse into city’s cosmopolitanism, visit Cardiff Bay replete with bars, cafes and restaurants. The lovers of sports will be thrilled to enter Millennium Stadium which is host to the Wales national rugby and football teams. Museum buffs would love to visit St. Fagans National History Museum, an open-air museum of reconstructed buildings from all parts of Wales, built in the grounds of St Fagans Castle, an Elizabethan manor house. Bute Park, although situated in the centre of the city offers a soothing point of relaxation.A tour around this city is best enjoyed on foot with a benevolent weather adding up to its charm. The quaint tourist can Walk along the bay from Mermaid quay to the barrage (near Penarth) to watch how the water comes into the harbour from the sea. The city is known for its festivals and events organised by Millennium Stadium, thus finding an accommodation during this time would be quite difficult. You should book your hotel in advance to avoid any disappointment. St. David’s Hotel, Sandringham, Park Plaza, Mercure Cardiff Holland House, Hilton, Holiday Inn Cardiff City are some of the best hotels in this pulsating city.