Cardiff is home to the University of Cardiff, Cardiff Metropolitan University, The University of South Wales and Cardiff University School of Medicine.
Within the city, public transport is efficient and reasonable.
Studio bedrooms are prefect for those looking for blissful solitude.
Head to Greyfriars Road, and you’ll find more bars and clubs than you can shake a daffodil at. In Cardiff, it’s a classy affair, with six Victorian and Edwardian shopping arcades dotted around the amazing Cardiff Castle.
Then there’s the Principality Stadium: the home of Welsh rugby, and a venue for the UK’s biggest sports and music events. Around St Mary Street, there are dozens of friendly pubs serving fine Welsh beer.
Young persons (16-18) can purchase a discounted weekly ticket, but cycling and walking are popular with students.
Twelve miles to the west of the city, Cardiff International Airport offers flights to a range of destinations.
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