Day Tours from Cardiff

Wales distilleryUsing Cardiff as your base, enjoy a day adventure to the Brecon Beacons or other nearby location. If you have more time, take advantage of our longer discovery tours of Wales. Call +1-800-221-2474 9AM - 5PM Mon-Fri Eastern Time Please Email Us For Information

Day Tours
Hop on Hop Off Tour: The best way to see Cardiff! Join us for a 50 minute guided open top bus trip. The tour includes Cardiff Castle, Techniquest and Millennium Stadium. This is a 'Hop-on, Hop-off' service, which allows you to use this tour as a convenient way to access all major highlights in Cardiff, where you'll hear all about the development of the City and see its fine Civic buildings, the new Bay area and the new Millennium Stadium. You can hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. There are 11 stops in total, and the entire route takes approximately 50 minutes. The bus departs every 30 - 60 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use. Tour starts at Cardiff Castle, however you may board the bus at any one of the 11 stops around the city Bus Stops Include: Castle St Gorsedd Gardens Rd Queen St Hayesbridge Rd NCM Roald Dahl Place Mermaid Quay Techniquest St David's Hotel and Spa Craft in the Bay St Mary St Millennium Stadium

Hop on hop off tour
Adult 19
Child 11
Senior/Student 15


Adult $96; Child 5-16 $85 (does not include entrance fees)

South Wales Valleys, Brecon Beacons & Castle

MON & THU Fun packed and informative day tour as we head out from Cardiff travelling north to visit Caerphilly Castle, the largest fortress in Wales, (Film location for Dr Who and Merlin).  Continue the journey through the famous South Wales Valleys to the Brecon Beacons National Park. Ample photo stops at high viewpoints, canals and villages. Take a lunch stop at Brecon town followed by a walk in the Brecon Beacons.  Experience some of the most stunning scenery Wales has to offer, travel along single track roads through a hidden valley to touch the Ancient Standing Stone.  Late afternoon starts the homeward journey to the Capital City, Cardiff. 

Wye Valley, Tintern Abbey & Castle


Your tour travels east towards Wales' only land border.  Starting at Caerleon, where historians say the extent of Roman remains in the town is impressive, visit the Amphitheatre, Roman Baths and Roman Museum. Next travel through the Usk Vale and Usk Town, known as the town of flowers.  Lunch stop at Monmouth, a town steeped in history and birthplace of King Henry V. After lunch enjoy a scenic journey through the Wye Valley, awarded an 'Area of Outstanding National Beauty', ancient woodlands and delightful villages. The journey travels southward along the valley basin - the best way to view the valley. Guided tour at the 13th century Tintern Abbey or free time to explore the area. Final stop is the  border town of Chepstow, home to the oldest Norman castle in Great Britain.  Guided tour of the castle or free time in the town.

 ►Explore Caerleon former Roman Garrison - Amphitheatre, Roman Baths & *Museum
►Visit Chepstow Castle, Britain's oldest Norman Castle
►Spend time at Tintern Abbey
►Travel through the Wye Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
►Take lunch and free time at Monmouth Town, birthplace of King Henry V


Gower Explorer, Swansea & Coastline

Wales vineyardTravels west to Swansea, Wales's second largest city to visit the marina and the National Waterfront Museum. Views of Swansea Bay vast expanse of golden sands, and Mumbles village with Victorian Pier and lighthouse.  The Gower Peninsular has an abundance of beaches and coves, and the tour explores the south region first starting at Langland Bay.  Take a coastal walk to the next bay (Caswell) or if you prefer to relax at Langland and return to your mini-coach to travel to Caswell.  Rhossili  Bay is located on the southern point of the Peninsula stunning beach with long stretches of golden sand, a wonderful coastal path, and Worms Head, a stone causeway shaped like a large sea-serpent.  Lunch stop and free time.  Mid afternoon visit the north region of the Peninsula stop at Cefn Bryn with expanses of moorland and the magically Arthur's Stone. 

Visit Swansea Marina & National Waterfront Museum
Stop at Mumbles Lighthouse
Take a Coastal walk from Langland Bay to Caswell
Lunch stop at Rhossili and coastal walks
Touch Arthur's Stone
Admire views overlooking Llwcher Estuary and Salt Marshes
See wild ponies, sheep and cattle at Cefn Bryn

Speak some Welsh:
River : afon
Wood : coed
Church : llan
Pass : bwlch
Valley : cwm
Small : bach

Wales Border Explorer


The tour travels east to Newport and north to Blaenavon to visit a World Heritage Site. Step back in time on a guided *underground tour of Big Pit coal mine.  Next a stop at Blaenavon Ironwork to visit cottages and Company Store.  Lunch stop in the elegant market town of Crickhowell in Mid Wales.  Sightseeing tour of the Brecon Beacons National Park starting on the eastern region, followed by the central region of the park.   *(There are interesting galleries above ground for anyone not wanting to take the underground tour) 

Call +1-800-221-2474 9AM - 5PM Mon-Fri Eastern Time Please Email Us For Information