Cardiff is a truly unique capital that offers the full range of
infrastructure expected of any modern capital whilst at the same time boasts
an enviable quality of life. Cardiff’s residents believe the city is one of
Europe’s best as a place to live and work and the city-region benefits from
a panoramic leisure offer.
Cardiff itself is a ‘city of parks’ with more green space per person than
any other Core UK city and has been described as the ‘epitome of cool’ by
the renowned Lonely Planet travel guide. Visitors and residents alike enjoy
a varied nightlife including the hustle and bustle of St Mary Street and the
relaxed contemporary dining and bars in Cardiff Bay.
Known as the ‘city of arcades’, Cardiff offers a mix of boutique stores
found in the city’s elegant Victorian arcades, and the city centre facilities
of a modern European capital.
Cardiff is home to world-class venues and international events; the 75,000
capacity Millennium Stadium is recognised across the world and the Wales
Millennium Centre has established a worldwide reputation as an iconic arts
and cultural destination. Living and working in Wales makes a healthy
work-life balance both achievable and enjoyable.