Cardiff books and mapsHere is a list of books for Cardiff that you may find useful.
If you plan to travel to Cardiff you may be interested in some guide books and travel books that will help you plan your stay in Cardiff and to find your way around. Click on any book for more information or to buy.
- Cardiff books:Maps
- Cardiff books:Travel Guides
- Cardiff books:History & Heritage
- Cardiff books:Walking and Tours
Cardiff books: Maps
OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities like walking, horse riding and off-road cycling. Providing complete GB coverage the series details essential information such as youth hostels, pubs and visitor information as well as rights of way, permissive paths and bridleways.
Publication: May 28, 2005
Cardiff books: Travel Guides
The 400km long Lon Las Cymru route from Holyhead in the north to Cardiff or Chepstow in the south is the ultimate cycle tour of Wales. Taking you over three celebrated mountain ranges and through some of the finest scenery in the UK, it is truly a journey of discovery. Whether tackling the route in a week of cycling or taking your time and riding it in smaller chunks, this bilingual pocket guide provides breakdowns of each section, advice on detours, where to stay and what sights not to miss. Lon Las Cymru 400km o hyd o Gaergybi yn y gogledd i Gaerdydd neu Gas-gwent yn y de yw'r pennaf o holl deithiau beicio Cymru. Gan fynd a chi dros dair cadwyn o fynyddoedd adnabyddus a heibio i rai o olygfeydd gorau'r DU, mae'n siwrnai ddarganfod gwerth chweil. Boed eich bod yn taclo'r daith mewn wythnos o feicio neu'n treulio amser ac yn ei theithio mewn adrannau llai, mae'r canllaw poced dwyieithog hwn yn rhoi braslun i chi o bob adran, cyngor ynglyn a dewisiadau eraill, mannau i aros a pha olygfeydd sy'n rhaid eu gweld.
Publication: 4 Jun 2011
Cardiff books: History & Heritage
In this volume, ten writers with Cardiff connections pay tribute to the city in all its glory and its grime. They celebrate the history, geography, culture and sociology of the city in a series of memoirs, providing readers with diverse views and experiences of a traditionally diverse community.
Publication: November 2003
The great city of Cardiff stands at the heart of Welsh identity. Centuries-worth of civic pride have made the city truly distinguished, from the Gothic glories of Cardiff Castle to the exciting modernity of the Millennium stadium. But Cardiff also boasts unexpected corners and a fine hinterland, all equally memorable and picturesque. Well-known Welsh photographer Geraint Tellem captures the true spirit of Cardiff in 140 full colour images to give a fully-rounded portrait of this most vibrant city.
Publication: October 2004
Cardiff books: Walking and Tours
Wales' capital city Cardiff has a thriving heritage and cultural scene, and is surrounded by the beautiful vale of Glamorgan, with its coastal fringes, pleasant villages and industrial tradition. Gower, lying to the west of Swansea, offers superb scenery, glorious sandy beaches, wooded valleys, open moorland and pretty villages. It is a fascinating and uniquely interesting area with superb and varied walking country that comprises a mixture of open moorland, steep hillsides, wooded valleys, fertile lowlands and a magnificent coastline. Added to this are medieval castles, picturesque churches and attractive villages and towns. The tremendous variety offered by the area is reflected in the interesting routes included within this guide.
Publication: 29 April 2011
The capital of Wales, Cardiff is one of the busiest, modern and upbeat cities of Britain, yet it lies within minutes of unspoilt countryside. Within the city boundaries, the River Taff offers an ideal opportunity to explore a surprisingly tranquil green space and to stop off to visit Cardiff Castle. Elsewhere, the grim legacy of an industrial past has all but gone, with green hills forever in its place. Prim villages, like Llantwit Major and St Donat's, invite exploration, while further north, at the head of the valleys, hidden dales, like Cwm Carn, Cwm Dare and Cwn Darran, will come as a refreshing surprise.
Publication: April 2004
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