You’ve arrived in Cardiff, the capital of Wales and its largest city. Visitors come from far and wide to appreciate this remarkable location, ranked sixth in the world in National Geographic’s alternative tourist destinations.
It is no real surprise, then, that having an Afternoon Tea in Cardiff is an excellent choice. Why not enjoy one today? You won’t regret it!
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People have lived in and around the Cardiff area since 6,000 BCE, coinciding with the early Neolithic era. Until the Roman conquest of Britain, it made up part of the territory of the Silures, a Celtic British tribe that thrived during the Iron Age.
Not much is known, however, about the settlement in the period between the Roman departure from Britain and the Norman conquest. It probably shrank in size and may even have been abandoned for a time!
In 1081, William I, King of England, started the construction of the castle which stands proudly in Cardiff to this day. The town grew around this towering fortification, with development accelerating rapidly from the 1830s onwards.
In 1905, Cardiff was granted city status and proclaimed the capital of Wales in 1955. Why not soak up its rich history before or after visiting an Afternoon Tea Cardiff venue?