June 29, 2011
-- Many Britons have been flocking to this city especially during the warm season. This large influx of visitors in Cardiff has been attributed to international sporting, music and cultural events that take place annually.
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and spend this summer showing support to one of your favourite teams playing in one of Cardiff's popular grounds.
In recent times Cardiff has successfully hosted the Rugby World Cup, FA Cup finals, Six Nations games and Ashes test matches. Many people in the UK drop everything they're doing to see some of these sporting events in Cardiff. These sporting events create a spectacular festival atmosphere in the stands.
Cardiff embraces a wide variety of sports such as rugby, football, cricket, golf and a range of water sports on Cardiff Bay. This city is also home to traditional sports such as climbing, karting, paint-balling and mountain biking. For more gentle exercise there are organised walks or rowing on Roath Park lake. This summer, rugby fanatics should watch out for the Rugby World Cup Warm-up match between Wales and England. This match is part of Wales' preparations for the 2011 World Cup.
Aside from sporting events, Cardiff is also well known for its thrilling festivals. One of the festivals includes Cardiff Festival. This festival is a fusion of artistic, musical, cultural and sporting events that takes place during the summer months.
It has numerous features such as Cardiff International Food and Drink Festival, A Fantasy and Fairytale picnic at Cardiff Castle, Admiral Cardiff Big Weekend and Cardiff Harbour Festival. This festival also has a diverse programme that will keep you entertained throughout the festival.