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Stadiwm y Principality

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1. Stadiwm y Principality

Mae’r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

The home of Welsh rugby is situated in the centre of the city. With a capacity of 73,000, you can hear the roar of the crowd on a match day, wherever you are. A regular host of international rugby as well as key football matches including the 2017 Champions League Final, the stadium was an Olympic site during London 2012 and is a venue for big-name music acts embarking on stadium tours. Click here for further information.

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Amgueddfeydd

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2. Amgueddfeydd

Mae’r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

The National Museum Cardiff is housed in a beautiful civic building in the city centre where you can discover art, natural history and geology. If you want to go slightly further afield St Fagans is a short trip away and is one of Europe’s leading open-air museums. Standing in the grounds of the magnificent St Fagans Castle, it was donated to the people of Wales by the Earl of Plymouth. You can take a look at buildings from 1100AD right up to now and interact with the living museum: chat to the smithy, buy some freshly baked bread or order some custom-made clogs! And to top it all off, all of the National Museums in Wales are free to enter! Click here for further information.

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Parciau

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3. Parciau

Mae’r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Cardiff has over 330 parks and gardens, including 130 acres in Bute Park. Located in the city centre and stretching right across the city, Bute Park offers a relaxed atmosphere and green space that is rare in a major city. There is also a selection of cafes within them t
o enjoy a drink and study on a summer’s day. You could also venture over to Roath Park Lake and hire out a rowing boat for the afternoon, or take a stroll in the botanical gardens. Click here for further information.

 

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Siopa

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4. Siopa

Mae’r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Cardiff offers some of the most varied and extensive shopping facilities outside of London. The pedestrianized shopping streets offer a range of options from designer names to high street stores. Or you can browse a selection of independent bookstores, shops and boutiques (including the oldest record shop in the world!) in the glass-canopied Victorian and Edwardian shopping arcades. In the run up to Christmas, the city plays host to a traditional Christmas market with wooden stalls lining the streets and selling the best in arts, crafts and local food produce.

From the historic Cardiff Market through to one of the largest shopping complexes in the UK, St David’s Centre, there’s something for everyone. Click here for further information.

 

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Gweld Sioe

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5. Gweld Sioe

Mae’r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
You can see internationally-renowned opera, dance, theatre and concerts at the Wales Millennium Centre, Motorpoint Arena Cardiff and historic New Theatre. Or alternatively, watch an eclectic mix of film, dance and drama at venues such as the Sherman Theatre and Chapter Arts Centre. Top music acts regularly pass through the city on tour, playing a range of city centre venues and in Cardiff University Students’ Union. The city also has a range of cinemas including an IMAX screen in Cardiff Bay.

 

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Castell Caerdydd

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6. Castell Caerdydd

Mae’r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
Cardiff Castle offers over 2000 years of history, literally! The castle was built in 55 AD and underwent further development in 1091 and 1868. As a student in Cardiff you will be eligible to apply for a free pass that will allow you to enter the areas of the keep. The view from the top of the keep offers a fantastic lookout over the city, and the grounds are a great place to relax in the summer months. You could be doing your studies surrounded by Roman, Norman and Victorian history! Click here for further information.

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Bae Caerdydd

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7. Bae Caerdydd

Mae’r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Originally an important area due to exporting coal from the docks, Cardiff Bay has undergone a regeneration to become one of Europe’s largest waterfront developments. Just a 3-minute train journey, or short walk from the city centre, the Bay offers a different shopping experience as well as a huge variety of restaurants and bars.

Cardiff Bay is also home to the Senedd, the Nationanl Assembly of Wales’ building, and has an international sport village, including an Olympic swimming pool, ice rink and white water centre. Click here  for further information.

 

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Chwaraeon

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8. Chwaraeon

Mae’r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

In addition to the Millennium Stadium and all the facilities in Cardiff Bay, the city is also home to the Cardiff Blues RFC who play at Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff City FC who have their own stadium and hosted the 2014 UEFA Super Cup and Cardiff Devils ice hockey team. In addition to watching pro-sports you can also get involved yourself using any of the city’s many facilities to take up a new hobby.

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Bywyd Nos

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9. Bywyd Nos

Mae’r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Cardiff offers diversity when it comes to nightlife, with a variety of music venues, bars and clubs. On top of this, it offers its own selection of indie venues that have their own unique experience in nightlife entertainment. Cardiff can offer the nights for socials, the nights for catching up with friends and the nights to dance it away!

One of the major advantages to the vast number of students in Cardiff is that the nightlife scene can offer so much back! Each night of the week offers its own student experience with competitive student deals. This means your night is going further without your money being too far stretched.

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Profiad Doctor Who

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10. Profiad Doctor Who

Mae’r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Cardiff is the home to some of the BBC’s most-loved shows including Doctor Who, Sherlock and Torchwood. It’s not uncommon to stumble across a film crew when making your way through the city centre or on the way to lectures! And you might even spot some Cardiff University buildings in the show. The BBC’s new Roath Lock Studio base is in Cardiff Bay, a stone’s throw away from the permanent exhibition, the Doctor Who Experience, which is full of props, costumes and will even take you on an interactive adventure. Click here for further information.

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Mae Caerdydd yn fywiog, yn gain, yn hyderus, yn gosmopolitan, ac yn darparu ar gyfer pob chwaeth, ac mae’n cynnig popeth o gyffro bywyd mewn dinas fywiog i heddwch a thawelwch yr arfordir a’r cefn gwlad cyfagos.

Bywyd diwylliannol a chymdeithasol amrywiol

  • Cewch weld operâu, dawns, theatr a chyngherddau sy’n adnabyddus yn rhyngwladol yng Nghanolfan Mileniwm Cymru, Arena Motorpoint Caerdydd a’r New Theatre hanesyddol.
  • Gwyliwch gymysgedd eclectig o ffilm, dawns a drama mewn lleoliadau fel Theatr Sherman a Chanolfan Gelfyddydau Chapter.
  • Ehangwch eich gwybodaeth yn Llyfrgell helaeth y Ddinas, ac yn Amgueddfa ac Oriel Genedlaethol Cymru.
  • Profwch bensaernïaeth hanesyddol unigryw Castell Caerdydd a Chastell Coch.
  • Mae amrywiaeth eang o fwyd ar gael, o fwydydd Cymreig traddodiadol i lu o fwytai a siopau tecawê rhyngwladol.
  • Gallwch ymlacio a chael hwyl yn tafarndai, clybiau a bariau niferus ledled y ddinas. Mae llawer o leoliadau’n cynnal nosweithiau i fyfyrwyr neu gynigion arbennig gyda chardiau NUS.
  • Gallwch ymgolli ym myd Doctor Who, sef y rhaglen deledu eiconig sy’n cael ei ffilmio ar leoliad yng Nghaerdydd. Mae rhai o adeiladau Prifysgol Caerdydd wedi cael eu defnyddio fel rhan o’r set, ac mae arddangosfa Doctor Who barhaol ym Mae Caerdydd, sy’n cynnwys propiau a gwisgoedd go iawn o’r gyfres boblogaidd, ymhlith arddangosion eraill.

Cyfleusterau chwaraeon o ansawdd

  • Pwll nofio Olympaidd, canolfan sglefrio (sy’n gartref i dîm hoci iâ’r ddinas, Cardiff Devils), a rafftio dŵr gwyn yn y Pentref Chwaraeon Rhyngwladol, a fu’n amlwg yng Ngemau Olympaidd 2012.
  • Mae Stadiwm y Mileniwm, sy’n gallu dal 73,000 o bobl, yn gartref i rygbi rhyngwladol ac yn cynnal gemau pêl-droed allweddol a gigiau cerddoriaeth mawr.
  • Stadiwm Chwaraeon Rhyngwladol Caerdydd (trac aml-chwaraeon ac athletau maes) a stadiwm pêl-droed Dinas Caerdydd (sy’n gartref i Glwb Pêl-droed Dinas Caerdydd a Chlwb Rygbi Gleision Caerdydd).
  • Mae Stadiwm SWALEC yn cynnig criced o’r radd flaenaf, wedi’i leoli yng nghanol Gerddi Soffia hardd.

Siopa arobryn

  • Mae Caerdydd yn cynnig rhai o’r cyfleusterau siopa mwyaf amrywiol a helaeth y tu allan i Lundain.
  • Mae’r farchnad dan do hanesyddol, a’r arcedau siopa Fictoraidd ac Edwardaidd â chanopi gwydr, yn cynnwys siopau llyfrau annibynnol, siopau recordiau, a mwy.
  • Ceir canolfannau siopa mawr, cyfoes (gan gynnwys Canolfan Dewi Sant, sef un o’r canolfannau mwyaf yn y DU) a strydoedd siopa i gerddwyr yn unig, sy’n cynnig amrywiaeth o siopau o ddylunwyr enwog i siopau’r stryd fawr.

Cyfleoedd i ymlacio

  • Bae Caerdydd, sef porthladd allforio glo mwyaf y byd yn flaenorol, yw datblygiad glan dŵr mwyaf Ewrop erbyn hyn, gyda chyfoeth o weithgareddau hamdden a lleoedd i fwyta ac yfed.
  • Mae pob un o’r 330 o barciau a gerddi yng Nghaerdydd yn fannau agored gwych. Maen nhw’n torri ar draws y ddinas, gan gynnig hafan werdd ar gyfer astudio ac ymlacio.

 

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