Pay a visit to Llandaff Cathedral, one of the oldest Christian sites in Britain.
Llandaff Cathedral dates all the way back to 1107, and much of the present day cathedral remains from this time. Over the years the building has been extended and modified - it was heavily damaged during WW2 but has been restored back to its former glory.
Marvel in the architecture, history and art of Llandaff Cathedral and make a visit top of your list next time you're nearby.
Located in the outskirts of Cardiff, the cathedral is easily accessible by car and public transport. It's open daily from 9 am, but it's advised to check ahead for the day of your visit, to confirm if there are any special events taking place.
Entrance is free, but as always, donations are always welcome.
Concessions: Free entry