- A - Cardiff Bay Visitor Centre
This centre is known locally as "the Tube" due to its elliptical shape designed to give the impression that visitors are standing within a telescope. It is home to many educational displays and provides visitors with a history of Cardiff bay via its large television screens. The center also houses a scale model of the entire city.
- B - Cardiff Castle
Cardiff has been home to this castle for almost 2000 years and a visit to the castle is an essential for any visitor to Wales. Tours take place throughout the day and the castle's unrivaled gardens are a joy to behold.
- C - Castle Arcade
If it is Welsh souvenirs that you require then look no further as the unique shopping experience that is Cardiff Arcade will provide an array of options along with some tempting cafes.
- D - Castle Coch
Castell Coch translated to English means "Red Castle" and is in a beautifully picturesque location on the outskirts of Cardiff. It has distinctive round towers but is most famously recognized for its fabulous red turrets.
- E - Llandaff Cathedral
With evidence of worship here from 1107 this is Cardiff's oldest place of worship. It was badly damaged after a bomb in 1941 and was reopened in 1958. The cathedral is also home to Epstein's sculpture Christ in Majesty.
- F - Millenium Stadium
Once the largest stadium in the UK at a capacity of 74,500 it has since been overtaken by Old Trafford, Twickenham, and the new Wembley Stadium. It is home to Wales's rugby and soccer teams and has hosted concerts by the likes of U2. Tours are available.
- G - National Museum of Cardiff
Construction began on this museum and art gallery in 1912 but it did not open to the Cardiff public until 1927. There is a collection of French art by such luminaries as Renoir, Monet and Cezanne alongside works by Welsh artists.
- H - Queen Street
This pedestrianized street is one of Cardiff's most popular where you can expect a combination of upscale boutiques along with popular brand names.
- I - St Fagan's Natural History Museum
This 100 acre museum is one of the largest open-air museums in Europe. The museum incorporates 40 buildings each to represent the culture and architecture of Wales; examples include a Celtic village and an old schoolhouse. This is one of Cardiff's most popular attractions.
- J - St. David's Shopping Centre
Housing some of the UK's most famous retailers this shopping center offers the very best in British fashion. Marks & Spencer, BHS, Boots and Debenhams are among the 60 shops found here.
- K - Techniquest
This science and technology attraction aims to engage and motivate people to learn and research more about science and technology today. There are over 150 exhibits, puzzles and activities for all ages and is a fun day out.
- L - The Pierhead Building
This structure is one of Cardiff's most iconic landmarks and is a Grade 1 listed building. It was designed by William Frame and built in 1897. It is now the location of the National Assembly for Wales and has a distinctive clock on its exterior often referred to as "Baby Big Ben".
- M - Victorian Indoor Market
The market that has a little bit of everything, from wine to cheese, fabrics to fish, this market is a unique shopping experience.
- N - Wales Millenium Centre
Opened in 2004, this center for musicals, opera and concerts is home to Cardiff's famed Welsh National Opera along with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.