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The city of Cardiff holds many surprises for its visitors. With its Victorian shopping arcades, craft beer pubs and budding arts scene, Cardiff attracts numerous tourists all round the year. If you are planning a trip to Cardiff and looking for cheap Flights from London to Cardiff, Crystal Travel offers you a chance to save money on flight booking. With an experience of more than 30 years, we are your favourite travel portal that provides the cheapest flight tickets and most attractive airfare deals to several world destinations including Cardiff.

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ThingsYou

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  • The aerial distance from London, UK to Cardiff is 139 miles
  • Popular Airlines from London to Cardiff are Flybe and KLM
  • Airport codes flights from London to Cardiff are London – LON / Cardiff - CWL
  • Estimated flying time from London to Cardiff is 3 hours 25 minutes
  • High Season: March is the most popular time to fly to Cardiff
  • Low Season: December is the best time to beat the crowds

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Crystal Travel is dedicated to provide the best airfare deals and the cheapest London to Cardiff flight tickets so that you enjoy exploring this destination hurdle-free and without any worry. Search for flights to Cardiff with our fast and user-friendly search engine and compare the fares across all airlines enlisted on our website. If you are not rigid with you travel dates, you can save even more money as airlines adjust their prices according to day and time one decides to book a flight. Book your flights on the cheapest day of the week. It is noted that weekday flights are cheaper than the weekend flights. Book your cheap flights London to Cardiff with Crystal Travel and save money on flight bookings to spend it further on your accommodation and transportation in the city.
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About Cardiff


One of Britain’s leading urban centres, Cardiff is the capital of Wales since just 1955. It had a reputation of being an industrial city which has dramatically changed in the recent times. Now many tourists visit the city to learn about the history and experience the Welsh culture. With five castles located around Cardiff, it is often called the city of castles. It also hosts some of the largest festivals in summer with al fresco dining and drinking. Book your Tickets to Cardiff with Crystal Travel to experience the best of this wonderful city and peek into the vast art and culture.
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Best Time to Visit Cardiff


Average temperatures vary in Cardiff. It feels cold for about half of the year and the other half remains nice with a chance of rain or snow. June, July and August are the hottest months in Cardiff with temperature around 69°F (20.6°C) that rarely drops below 52.1°F (11.2°C) at night. July is the best month to visit if you want to visit during the warmest period.
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Best Places to Visit in Cardiff


Cardiff Castle: Medieval in spirit, this castle was donated to the city by the Butes family to whom it belonged. Gothic features were added to the castle during the Victorian times, including a clock tower and a banqueting hall. The castle can be visited on a guided tour.

National Museum Cardiff: One of Britain's best museums, it is devoted mainly to natural history and art and together with the seven museums dotted all over the country form Welsh National museum. It displays world's most significant impressionist collections including a trio of Monet's Water Lilies, Sisley's The Cliff at Penarth and so on.

St Fagans National History Museum: Historic buildings from all over the country are re-created in the village of St Fagans which is located 5 miles west of central Cardiff. Around 40 buildings are on show, including thatched farmhouses, barns, a watermill, chapel, a school, and small shops.

Bute Park: Located besides the castle and river Taff, the Bute Park was donated to the city along with the castle in the year 1947. With two other gardens in the vicinity, it forms a green corridor stretching 1.5 miles northwest to Llandaff.

Principality Stadium: Also known as Millennium Stadium, the structure looks like a stranded ship on the River Taff's east bank. Built at a cost of £168 million, this three-tiered arena has a seating of 74,500 and was completed in time for the 1999 Rugby World Cup.

Wales Millennium Centre: A symbol of Cardiff’s regeneration, this architectural masterpiece was designed by Welsh architect Jonathan Adams and was opened as Wales' premier arts complex in the year 2004. It houses cultural houses including Welsh National Opera, National Dance Company, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Literature Wales, Wales Music Centre and HiJinx Theatre.

Castell Coch: Perched on top of a thickly wooded crag on the northern fringes of Cardiff, this castle was the summer retreat of the third marquess of Bute and was designed in Gothic-revival style by architect William Burges. An audio guide is available for the visitors.

Llandaff Cathedral: Situated in a hollow near the River Taff, this Cathedral is built on a site of a 6th-century monastery. The building has been rebuilt many times during the 18th century, 19th century and repaired again in 1941 after the German bombings.
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Airport serving London & Cardiff


London: The city is served by six international airports including London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN) and London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). Heathrow Airport is the largest airport in London with the maximum air traffic and most international flights. The airport features lounge area, free WiFi services, several food courts, duty-free shops and restaurants. Travellers can also indulge in shopping at the airport. Public transport such as buses, taxicabs and airport shuttle is also available to and from the airport.

Cardiff: Located near the village of Rhoose in the Vale of Glamorgan, Cardiff international airport is the busiest airport in Wales. Facilities at the airport include premium lounges, duty-free shops, restaurants and WiFi services. Cabs and taxis are also available for travellers at the airport.
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