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Gorgeous park with some cafes dotted throughout. The park is right behind the castle grounds. I'd recommend afternoon tea in the Pettigrew tearooms (in the castle walls). Delish!
Fantastic Royal Park in the center of Cardiff. Beautiful views of the Castle and City and great way to join the 55 mile Taff Trail.
Big open green space along the river next to Cardiff Castle. With Coffee shops and snack bars. Great place to chill and unwind.
The castle gardens (known as bute park) is a great place to visit. There a cute cafes dotted throughout too.
Fancy a stroll through the city's biggest park? Bute park really has it all from boat rides, woodland walks & castle views it's a fantastic day out! You can jump on Cardiff's water taxi to Cardiff Bay from here.
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