Wales is a separate country that forms part of the United Kingdom and its capital Cardiff is a popular destination for school groups. Although being on the same island and England, Wales holds a strong separate identity from England with its own language and national sports.
Cardiff’s rise started during the Industrial Revolution as many production plants opened here and was heavily mined during this period. Cardiff Castle is one of the city’s most distinguishable landmarks which originally date back to Roman times. Pier Head, which also can be visited, is the old headquarters of the Cardiff Railway Company which transported most of the coal from the mines and products from the factory. The National Museum of Wales and Millennium Stadium are also popular site visits for school groups.Ask a Question Get a Quote
Morning: Depart from school and travel to Cardiff, Wales. Arrival in city centre and start of walking tour. See Cardiff Castle, Pier Head, national Museum of Wales and more.
Afternoon: Spend you free time with your group visiting the places of interest in Cardiff.
Evening: Depart from Cardiff and travel back to school. End of tour.