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WOW Bar appeals to a young, student crowd with DJs, live music, cabaret and drinks deals.
Spread across two floors and a roof terrace, The Kings is a large, modern bar attracting a young gay/lesbian/mixed crowd – it’s the official pre-bar to gay dance club Pulse, which attracts a similar young, mixed crowd of party people and university students.
Cardiff Castle and National Museum Cardiff are well worth visiting, if you can drag yourself away from the shops.
First broadcast in 1963, it was revived in 2005 by Russell T Davies (the Welshman behind Wales’ biggest LGBT event is Pride Cymru, usually held in August, a loud and proud celebration that includes music, a funfair and market, a good deal of dressing up, and lots of fun.
Wales is proud of its history and heritage, but also confident and forward-looking.
This is certainly true of Cardiff, whose historical centre complements the cutting-edge architecture of Cardiff Bay waterfront, and where the lively gay scene sits comfortably amidst the city’s shopping district.
To see a new side of the city, take the three-minute train ride down to Cardiff Bay.
This rejuvenated waterfront area is home to some impressive modern architecture, including the Wales Millennium Centre, home to the Welsh National Opera.
There’s also a spa offering Elemis treatments, a heated indoor swimming pool, and a 40-station gymnasium with cardiovascular equipment, free weights, and classes covering yoga and circuits.