Gavin and Stacey - One of the best sit-coms ever was shot on location in Cardiff. Die hard fans can see all the show's best sights and even ride in 'Dave's Coaches' with the Gavin & Stacey Tour.
Cardiff Bay - The largest waterfront redevelopment in Europe is certainly one of the most stylish too. Discover St. David's Spa, the Wales Millennium Centre and a host of bars and restaurants for your Cardiff hen party pleasure.
One of the best - In 2011, National Geographic declared Cardiff as one of the top ten places in the world to visit. Is it time to declare this city as the eighth wonder of the world?
What rain? - It's such a stereotype! Cardiff actually has more hours of sunlight than Milan. Who'd have thought it?!?
Welsh Challenge - A hilarious addition for any Cardiff hen do. How will the girls fare in our Welsh Challenege you'll be taking part in Leek Lampin', Drunk Dragons and Pull the Pit Pony?!?
Shirley Bassey - How we'd love to have the lungs of the great Dame Shirley Bassey. Her voice is boomin' marvellous and with James Bond hits like Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever and Moonraker the Girl from Tiger Bay is proud of her Cardiff roots.
Gethin Jones - Cardiff produces more than it's fair share of hunks and Gethin Jones is a fine example of Welsh manliness.
Mocka Lounge - The Mocka Lounge is where Cardiff's hard-working young professionals come to party harder and a great stop for any Cardiff hen party! Mixers, cocktails and sambuca shots, oh my!
Henry Morgan - The infamous pirate was actually born in the locality of Cardiff. His name is now attached to a rather fine rum. Cocktails anyone?
Soda - Soda is renowned for funky tunes, chilled-out party vibes and some of the best cocktails in town. Don't believe us? Time for a taste test.
Griff Rhys-Jones - Another of Cardiff's favourite sons and one of the fathers of modern comedy Griff is still a telly regular.
Room 112 - If 'Room 101' is full of our least favourite things, then Room 112 is rammed with our favourites including big tunes, tasty drinks and beautiful blokes.
Catatonia - Dedicated rock-chicks will remember being Hooked on this Cardiff-based 90s band for their brilliant hits like Mulder and Scully as well as the classic Road Rage.
Ladybird - For the trendiest nights out in town, Ladybird is the way to go. This is where all the cute hipsters come to party to the best house tunes around.
Charlotte Church - Former “Voice of an Angel” turned rock chick/chat show host Charlotte Church is a multitalented local lass done good.
The Full Moon - This ever popular bar is always buzzing! Enjoy tasty spirits and enquire about the 'house speciality', you won't regret it.
Green City - Per person, Cardiff has more green space than any other city in the whole of the UK. A wander around Bute Park or the beautiful Roath Recreation Ground is a guaranteed hangover-cure!
Retro - If you love the chart-topping hits of the 90s then this is a fabulous way to enjoy them. Get down to the hits of Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff, Madonna, Spice Girls and more.
Milgi - Natural, friendly and exciting cooking is the catch of the day in this amazing vegetarian restaurant.
Spillers - Spillers is another local creation turned legend and the world's oldest record shop.
Cheque-mate - The world's first £1,000,000 cheque was signed in Cardiff's coal exchange. Imagine all the shoes you could buy with a million squids?!?
Pryzm - This club is really glamorous and is honestly so stylish. We recommend digging out your finest cocktail dress, just remember your party feet girls!
Did you know? - In 1158, local legend Ifor Bach (the Welsh Lord of Senghenydd) attacked Cardiff Castle and kidnapped the Earl of Gloucester and his wife, talk about an invasion of privacy!
Pop-culture - Cardiff has a vibrant population of around 354,294, and that's just the people who live here on a permanent basis. The city actually sees around 18 million visitors a year, meaning that the clubs and bars are always rocking.
Clwb Ifor Bach - This amazing club used to be reserved for welsh-speaking bands only, but the venue was simply so brilliant, they just had to share it with everybody!
Castles - Cardiff claims to have more castles than any other city in the world. Counting Cardiff Castle, the city has three standing fortifications including Castell Coch and St. Fagan's Castle. 'My royal hen-ness...'
Glam - Cardiff's style icons can be often be found making their way to Glam, a scintillating nightclub full of good times and great nights in luxurious surroundings, perfect for any big Cardiff hen do.
Craft Parties - Our Cardiff hen do craft parties make for fantastic fun that often results in hilarious and messy displays of creative brilliance!
The Lingo - Surprisingly, only 10% of the city's population can actually understand the Welsh language, but that doesn't mean you won't see it on road signs everywhere!
Doctor Who - World famous Doctor Who has found a brilliant home in this city, which seems to have changed its look as many times as the Doctor himself.
Rugby - The Cardiff locals absolutely love rugby, and we aren't just talking about the blokes. Welsh women pride themselves on supporting the lads in red and a booming chorus of 'Bread of Heaven' is a common occurrence in many of the bars and clubs!
St. David's Centre - Exercise your serious passion for fashion in St. David's, one of the largest shopping centres in the whole of the UK. Shops include Hollister, Radley and the luxurious Vivenne Westwood.
Student central - Cardiff is a massive favourite with students from all over the UK and abroad, with 54,000 studying as hard as they party...
Perfume Making - Do you agonize over which perfume is best for you and your skin? With our perfume making hen do activity, you'll meet an expert perfumer who'll help you choose a scent that's perfect for you.
Flat as a welsh-cake! - Bizarrely, the Welsh capital is one of the flattest cities in Britain, meaning you can wear those (possibly) newly-bought heels in confidence on your Cardiff hen do.
Roman city - It's a little known fact that it was the Romans who laid down the foundations for what would later become Cardiff all the way back in 55AD. You know what this news means? Toga party!
Tanni Grey-Thompson - Cardiff born Dame Tanni, enjoyed Paralympic success on 16 different occasions winning gold a whopping eleven times, you go girl!
Shakin' Stevens - Cardiff born rock n' roll artists Shakin' Stevens has enjoyed a tremendous career in the music industry. He could probably live off the royalties of Merry Christmas Everyone alone...