As the capital city of Wales, it is up to Cardiff to act as the country’s cool representative. Fortunately, it truly lives up to the task thanks to its wealth of cultural attractions, excellent shopping districts, and world-famous nightlife. Cardiff’s popularity can partly be attributed to several significant development initiatives that have been rolled out over the past few decades, including the creation of Cardiff Bay waterfront, the Wales Millennium Centre, the BBC drama village, and Cardiff International Sports Village.
In line with such regeneration projects, the city’s economy has seen significant growth over the past few years, attracting professionals from across a range of sectors. At the moment, Cardiff’s biggest economic player is its health sector, followed by retail, business support, education, public administration, and finance and insurance services. Clearly it houses a diverse economy perfect for companies young and old to relocate or lay down roots.
In terms of travel and accessibility, Cardiff is a very well-connected city. Workers in and around Cardiff Bay can simply hop on a regular train from Queen Street station to get to the office in no time. Cardiff Central Station also offers a plethora of links to Wales’s commuter hotspots including the Vale of Glamorgan and the Valleys, as well as speedy direct trains to London and other big cities in the UK. Finally, Cardiff is served by a wide selection of bus routes to help residents get around the city.
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