Daffodils, Dragons and… Leeks? Cardiff goes all out for St David’s Day

Cardiff, Wales

The patron saint of Wales is a day worth celebrating, and we think you’d love all that Cardiff has in store for you!

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Whilst we all like to celebrate St Patrick’s Day, the patron saint of Wales is also worth celebrating, so we think you’d love all that Cardiff has in store for you!

The city is rich in history and very passionate about sport, so why not visit? There isn’t a better time to be in Cardiff than for St. David’s Day. With celebrations all over the city, including a parade and musical events, there’s plenty of fun to go around.

Cardiff has many attractions suitable to all visitors, including Cardiff Castle, Flat Holm Island, and the Hensol Castle Distillery. See below for all the info and I hope you have a fun time.  With so many fantastic attractions why not visit for a few days?

How to get there


By train: Cardiff Central station has great links to the rest of Wales, and through to Bristol Temple Meads, which connects the city through to London (direct trains from London to Cardiff are available). Please check last service times if returning late.

By road: Parking available near recommended hotel. Please note that roads will be closed around the city centre for the parades and celebrations.

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