Shopping Centres in Cardiff
In recent years the city of Cardiff has become a popular city and short breaks destination, accessible from across Wales and convenient to travel to from many areas of England Cardiff has become a favoured shopping destination helped by its fine choice of shopping offers something for a range of tastes and budgets.
Visitors are attracted by the range of attractions in Cardiff including Cardiff Castle, the Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Bay and the surrounding areas along with the scenic Welsh countryside located close by to the city.
The St David’s Shopping Centre is located in Cardiff city centre. Currently it is the largest shopping mall in Wales offering shoppers a choice of over 150 shops ranging that include John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, H Samuel, Watches of Switzerland, phone stores, sports stores and electrical stores. There are a wide category of stores that include women’s and men's fashion and clothing, footwear, accessories, toys and gifts, jewellery, health and beauty, electrical and stationary. There is a choice of around 25 restaurants and cafes for refreshments, food and snacks whilst shopping. Places to eat include Café Rouge, Costa Coffee, Jamie’s Italian, Ed’s Easy Diner, Yo Sushi, Pizza Express, Gourmet Burger Kitchen and more.
Capitol Shopping Centre is located on Queen Street in Cardiff city centre close by to Cardiff Queen Street train station. Shoppers can choose from approx 30 stores and services on offer, the shopping centre is anchored by H & M, other notable stores include Boots, Austin Reed, Jaeger, Tie Rack and Mac. There are a range of shops here cater for women's and men's clothing, accessories, beauty and hair, electrical's and eating and leisure.
Situated on Queen Street, right in the heart of Cardiff, Queens Arcade is home to some of the city’s most exciting and big name brands and independent stores. Plus a host of sports specialist brands including Rugby Heaven, Two Seasons, running store Moti, Animal, Skechers and Foot Locker.
St David’s is a 1.4m sq ft retail and leisure destination in the centre of Wales’ Capital City, Cardiff. Attracting over 38 million visitors a year, St David’s has been the destination of choice for over 180 stores, many of which are new to Wales. With an already impressive list of retailers and restaurants.
Capitol Centre (previously: Capitol Exchange Centre) is an indoor shopping centre in the city of Cardiff, Wales. The building is built on the site of the former Capitol Theatre, and is situated at the eastern end of Queen Street near the Dumfries Place bus terminus and Cardiff Queen Street railway station.