Start: Cardiff Central Railway Bridge
End: Cowbridge Road East
Distance: 0.42 miles (approx)
This section of the trail takes you along Fitzhamon Embankment, past the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Arms Park and Bute Park.
It's possible to divert through Bute Park rather than sticking to the westerly route that takes you past the Swalec Cricket Stadium.
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The Principality Stadium is Wales' national stadium and is situated on the east bank of the River Taff in Cardiff City Centre. Formerly known as the Wales Millenium Stadium, it is home of the Welsh Rugby Union Team and is also used to host football and music events including London 2012 Women's Football Olympic matches and concerts from the world's biggest pop and rock musicians. It has a capacity of 72,500.
You can find out more about the Principality Stadium by visiting the official website.Google Map
The River House is an independent backpackers hostel situated on the west bank of the River Taff in Riverside. The multi-award winning, family-run hostel offers bed and breakfast at reasonable rates.
You can find out more at the River House Backpackers website.Google Map
With over 2000 years of history, Cardiff Castle is one of Wales' oldest and most well-known castles. Over the centuries, the Castle has been a Roman Garrison, a Norman stronghold and, in Victorian times, was transformed into a gothic fairytale fantasy.
Cardiff Castle can be found in Cardiff City Centre alongside Bute Park and is just a stone's throw from the Taff Trail. You can find out more at the official Cardiff Castle website.Google Map
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