Cardiff City Pub walk.   Distance 0.5 miles. Walking time 9 minutes.

Cardiff  is the capital and largest city in Wales and the ninth largest city in the United Kingdom. The city is the country's chief commercial centre, the base for most national cultural and sporting institutions, the Welsh national media, and the seat of the National Assembly for Wales. Find out about other Cardiff attractions on our cities website.
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Prince of Wales CardiffStart at the Prince of Wales. 81-83 St Mary Street  CF10 1FA
Wales' biggest pub, It occupies the two storeys of the former Prince of Wales Theatre which, over the years, fell into hard times until Wetherspoons magnificently refurbished it. Greene King Abbot, many guest beers. 7-midnight; 7-1am Fri & Sat
Free wifi available,Pub Garden.

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Turn left out of the St Mary's exit and cross the Wood Street to walk up passing O'Neils to reach the Cottage on the right.

The Cottage

The Cottage Cardiff

25 St Mary Street CF10 1AA Open all day from 11am.
The Cottage has a long, narrow interior. Built around 1750, it is one of the oldest inns in Cardiff.
Brains Dark, Brains Bitter, Brains SA, Brains SA Gold, Brains --seasonal--
Food Mon - Sun // 12:00 - 21:00

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Turn right out of the pub and walk up St Mary Street and continue along the High Street. The Goat Major is on the left. You will see Cardiff Castle across the road.

Goat Major CardiffNext is Goat Major

33 High Street, CF10 1PU.  12-midnight; 12-6 Sun.  Free Wifi
Popular city centre Brains pub with a traditional appearance and friendly bar staff, attracting a brisk trade from both locals and visitors. It is named after the mascot of the Royal Welsh Regiment
Brains SA, Brains Bitter, Brains Dark and many craft beers.Delicious Pies served Mon - Sat // 12:00 - 22:00, Sun // 12:00 - 16:00

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Turn left into Castle Street and walk along one block to Dempseys on the left.


Dempseys Cardiff15 Castle Street CF10 1BS

Themed as an "Irish pub" but owned by Brains. Brains Bitter. Brains SA, Rev James.
Free Wifi.
Opens 3pm, Noon Fri-Sat-Sun No Food Service

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Turn left into Womanby Street to the City Arms on the left.

City Arms Cardiff

The City Arms
10-12 Quay St  CF10 1EA  12-Midnight Mon-Thu; 12-2am Fri & Sat; 12-10 Sun This pub serves many guest beers plus the Brains range of beers.
Free Wifi, Dog Friendly, Pub Garden.

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Walk a few steps towards the Millenium Stadium to reach the Tiny Rebel.

The Tiny Rebel

Urban Tap House Cardiff

25 Westgate St.  CF10 1DD  Monday - Sunday: 12:00 - 02:00
Meal Times 12-7 Mon-Wed; 12-8 Thu-Sat; 12-6 Sun
Tiny Rebel Brewery acquired this as their first pub when its former owners, who named it Fire Island, went into administration. There is a choice of rooms, varying from stylishly trendy to trendily basic, spread over two floors. Guest beers are from Tiny Rebel and other craft breweries.
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Continue down Westgate Street with the stadium on your right to reach our start point.

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