Wales will played two home matches (vs England and Ireland) and three away matches (vs Italy, Scotland and France) in the 2017 Six Nations Championship.
The 2017 UEFA Champions League Final will be played at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on 3rd June 2017.
Blaenavon Ironworks is a former industrial site now a museum in Blaenavon and was of crucial importance in the development of the ability to use cheap, low quality, high sulphur iron ores worldwide.
The World Heritage Site covers an area of around 13 square miles, the northern half of which is within the Brecon Beacons National Park. Today you can see remains of all of the necessary elements needed for the iron and coal industry.
Cardiff Castle is one of Wales’ leading heritage attractions and a site of international significance. Located within beautiful parklands at the heart of the capital, Cardiff Castle’s walls and fairytale towers conceal 2,000 years of history.
Explore the magnificent facets and features that make the Principality Stadium one of the most impressive icons of modern Wales. Join one of our experienced tour guides and visit the Press Conference Suite where the worlds of rugby and journalism meet.
St Fagans National History Museum, commonly referred to as St Fagans after the village where it is located, is an open-air museum in Cardiff chronicling the historical lifestyle, culture, and architecture of the Welsh people.
The Royal Mint is a national treasure, making beautifully crafted coins and medals for countries all over the world. Over a thousand years of craftsmanship and artistry ensures every piece we strike is a long lasting piece of history.