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Principality Stadium is the home of the Welsh Rugby Team and one of the most iconic stadiums in the world. Sporting the first fully-retractable roof in the UK, the venue is at the leading edge as a multi-purpose, multi-faceted event venue. The...more
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I've been to the stadium twice: once for an afternoon rugby international and last week for the Wales v Spain football friendly. The roof was closed, which I feel never helps engender a great sporting atmosphere. With the home side falling 0-3 down with alarming...More
During our last visit to Cardiff city, we heard a lot about this stadium. Though there were no tournament but our organizer planned a guided tour to this marvel.
Tour Guide was a nice gentleman which made us feel like the sports star and gave...More
Went to see the Wales v Spain soccer match. Have been many times before to rugby & soccer matches there, but hadn't been for over 6 years. It still makes you extremely proud to be a Welshman, & having the roof closed makes the experience...More
The BEST STADIUM! Countless fantastic days out...especially Wales v Ireland in 2005 and the two other Grand Slam days v France in 2008 and 2012 AND the 30-3 thumping of you know who in 2013!
Not sure how much more the paying supporters will be...More
I am not a rugby or football fan, but went along at my partners request and was surprised to find it was a really interesting and enjoyable tour. The guide was funny and knowledgable, much better than the audio guides at many stadiums. Recommended for...More
Recently booked the stadium tour for myself and visiting relatives. Had always meant to go but when you live in the area you don't tend to do tourist things. I loved it - Steve our tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and had a brilliant sense...More