Blwyddyn Newydd Dda; or Happy New Year.
A new year brings new opportunities to try new things: now, that doesn’t mean you must climb a mountain or leap out of a plane, but it does mean that the Welsh capital is teeming with new and exciting restaurants, hotels and museums just waiting to be explored.
There are so many new things to do in the capital in 2019 we thought it best to put together a handy guide to make sure you don’t miss out on anything.
We’ve put together the ultimate bucket list for 2019 including eating challenges, mammoth milkshakes and a marathon to make sure you stick to that New Year’s resolution.
Devour Breakfast in a Jar at Munchies
Sausage, bacon, toast and beans are just some of the luscious items lovingly crammed into one of Munchies’ now infamous breakfast basins.
This unique way to not only serve but eat the most important meal of the day is worthy of acclaim. Therefore, a stop at munchies is certainly one for the calendar in 2019.
“Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it,” said the Crwys Road diner and we couldn’t agree more.
Visit Viva! Vegan Festival 2019
If your debating a diet change in 2019, the capital is crammed with mouthwatering reasons to consider going vegan: one also being that it’ll annoy Piers Morgan.
Viva! Vegan Fest is to be located on Gorsedd Garden Road and aims to bring together a selection of delectable dishes that could turn the meatiest of meat eater’s vegan.
Viva! Vegan Fest, therefore, needs to be added to your ever-growing bucket list
Decorate Your Home at Beti Biggs
It may be a tad too soon to be thinking about spring cleaning, nonetheless, the Aladdin’s cave of curiosities that is Beti Biggs is a must visit in 2019.
From handmade candles to vintage vases and gorgeous paintings to ornate ornaments, we defy you not to add Beti Biggs to your bucket list this year.
Run the 2019 Half Marathon
This year why don’t you take part in one of the UK’s most prestigious road races on an iconic course around Wales’ wonderful capital city.
The marathon takes runners past the capitals most legendary landmarks – one being our very own Exchange Hotel – with stunning scenery and is the ideal challenge perfect for any bucket list.
If you’ve decided to get healthier or push yourself in 2019, then this rewarding marathon is one for you.
Enjoy an Overnight Stay at The Exchange Hotel
The Exchange Hotel is a building bursting with history, charm and character and therefore ideal for an overnight stay.
This luxury hotel is an architectural masterpiece and while it’s been lovingly restored, it’s also leading the way in entertainment and comfort.
Perfect for those romantic weekends away or cosy stays with friends, The Exchange Hotel is a must stay for those who love Cardiff.
Sound exciting? Our friendly team can’t wait to hear from you. Call on 02920 107050 or head over to The Exchange Hotel website today.
Tackle the ‘Mammoth Breakfast Challenge’ at Ramon’s
Ramons’ ‘Mammoth Breakfast Challenge’ includes 8,116 calories, 8 rashers of bacon, 6 eggs, 4 burgers, black pudding, beans, tomatoes, mushrooms and everything but a partridge in a pear tree.
Do you have what it takes to devour Britain’s biggest breakfast? Good luck!
Browse the Shelves at Troutmark Books
Rows upon rows of ancient classics and postmodern page-turners greet your eye as soon as you enter Troutmark Books, Cardiff’s quirkiest book shop.
One of the most absorbing places to visit if you want your bucket list to be somewhat soothing.
Endure the Waves when White Water Rafting
White water rafting is a staple of any bucket list. Indeed, Cardiff International White Water has all you adrenaline junkies covered.
One of the best things to do in the capital to keep active in 2019 whilst also having a blast, even if that blast comes from an enormous wave.
Immerse Yourself in an Exhibition at The Ffotogallery
There is certainly no shortage of culture in Cardiff. So, save a space for The Ffotogallery on your bucket list: you wont regret it.
We’re especially looking forward to the ‘Sound + Vision’ project in April 2019.
The Dough Thrower
Now you’d imagine that the craftsman who owns The Dough Thrower hails from the cobbled streets of Naples; guess again.
Growing up in Switzerland, Ben’s love for pizza is not only an understatement, but it also makes The Dough Thrower the best pizzeria in Cardiff.
So that’s it, out bucket list of fun things to do, eat and drink in Cardiff is complete. There’s always plenty to keep anyone entertained in our amazing, wonderful city. Check back to the blog soon to keep up to date.