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Roath Park

Located to the north east of the city, this huge park is Roath's focal point. At one end of the Roath Park is an immense boating lake with islands and a floodlit lighthouse, a tribute to Captain Scott who departed for Antarctica from Cardiff. Walking on, you'll come to a garden with scores of different varieties of roses, a tropical conservatory with the most amazing colored fish and plants, children's play areas, tennis courts, a bowling green and a large recreation ground. The summer months often see special events and guided walks taking place.

Thompson's Park

Located in the Canton area, Thompson's is one of the oldest parks in Cardiff with a variety of trees and shrubs. Thompson's has a captivating feel with its lush green spread, duck pond, fountain, enough and more to get disconnected from the busy city life. Decently sized, Thompson's is bordered with beautiful flower plants which look even more bright and fresh during the bloom season.

Brecon Beacons National Park

The beauty of the Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales is intertwined by the unique facets of astonishing attractions that lie within its depths, and a storied heritage shaped by years of human civilization. The park is framed by some of the highest mountains in southern Britain, such as the eponymous Brecon Beacons range, which towers at 886 meters (2,907 feet). Swirls of mist coat the summit of this olden natural landmark, while closer to its foothills, emerald pastures tumble down in an enchanting mosaic to meet the blue Llangorse Lake. The park's boundaries are sewn by the Black Mountain to the west and the Fforest Fawr in its heartland. Amid the park's breathtaking scenery, vestiges of age-old civilizations dot the landscape, from Bronze Age menhirs and Medieval fortresses, to Neolithic tombs and world heritage sites. The Brecon Beacons National Park offers a wealth of nature trails for outdoor enthusiasts who can witness the park's boundless extremes in all its glory, from long-distance cycling trails like the Taff Trail, to a 161 kilometer (100-mile) route that extends from Abergavenny in the east to Llangadog in the west.

Llandaff Fields

The enormous parkland of Lllandaff Fields is one of Cardiff’s favorite family destinations, with something to do for everyone. The never-ending avenues of towering trees and vast green open spaces ensure that this picturesque park is loved by all. For the sports enthusiast, the park has provided a number of different sport pitches, tennis courts and even a few changing rooms. Joggers, cyclists and dog walkers can delight in the smooth winding path while children have the luxury to let loose in the expertly-supervised playgrounds. Surrounding sandwich shops, delis and cafes provide delicious cuisine allowing for a special picnic in the park.

Heath Park

Heath Park covers several acres of ground close to the university hospital in Cardiff. Primarily aimed at families, there's plenty for children to do, from traditional play areas to a wildlife pond to miniature golf. Walkers can enjoy a pleasant stroll through the woodland on the outskirts of the park while local residents make good use of the open grassland as a place to walk their dogs. A small sports centre offers a multi-gym and sports hall with changing rooms, and a shop sells a range of ice creams, drinks and snacks. The park is open throughout the year.

Cathays Park

Cathays Park or Cardiff Civic Center is a centrally located district that comprises of numerous, historically significant and gorgeous gardens and structures. The three gardens include Alexandra Garden, Friary Gardens and Gorsedd Gardens, each of which have a distinct character and essence. The City Hall, Cardiff University and Bute Building, along with many other Edwardian structures are a part of this prestigious area. Daytime finds this place abuzz with working professionals and tourists, making it a great spot to people watch.

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