Truly the best way to explore this beautiful and fascinating young city is by bike. Cardiff is rapidly becoming a great cycling city, it is mostly flat - a great advantage - and there is a growing network of cycle routes. The Taff trail is the backbone which connects the Bay with the centre and further afield to Castell Coch. Cardiff CycleT ours offers you the unique combination of discovering the major attractions in the city with a leisurely bike ride.
From Cardiff Bay right down to Bute Park and the heart of the city, you will have a unique experience of time and place,discovering a Cardiff not accessible by car or bus. The Bute dynasty, the docks, the wetlands, hidden churches, and much more.
The tours are on the fantastic Pashley Bikes, made in Britain, which guarantee a comfortable and leisurely ride. No sweat, just pure enjoyment and relaxation, and history to flavour the trip.
Cardiff Cycle Tours start daily in front of the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay, check our calendar on the website for tour times, reservation recommended.
With two tours currently to chose from, Cardiff Cycle Tours in my opinion is not only the best, but the only option when it comes to looking around this great Welsh Capital. With humour and a vast knowledge of the city and its history the owner and tour guide Pol Van Steelant really has fine tuned his tour guide craft and offers amazing value for money. The Bay tour is a leisurely ride around “new Cardiff”, whilst the Bute tour is firmly steeped in the history of this city. With the fees not being too huge this option is all the more doable. However if you want to just hire a bike and see the city at your own pace then that also can be arranged. A trip to Cardiff is made better by taking one of these tours!
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