Full of cultural attractions, restaurants and nightlife, Cardiff has blossomed into an international city since it became the Capital of Wales in 1955. There is a world class opera house, many museums, and Europe's finest sports stadium - the Millennium Stadium, which was the setting for the Rugby World Cup in 1999. Just outside Cardiff city centre is the Museum of Welsh Life at St Fagan's where more than 30 original Welsh buildings have been rebuilt amongst 100 acres of countryside. But when you tire of the attractions and need to unwind, where would you find Reflexologists in Cardiff? Look first to theFitMap.co.uk - using our powerful search engine, you will soon have a full list of Reflexologists in Cardiff.
Cardiff has undergone extensive regeneration recently, with some exciting new landmarks opening. The Millennium Stadium, in the centre of the city, is one of the most exciting engineering projects of its kind in the UK. With a capacity of 72,000, it is the only stadium in Britain with a retractable roof. The Wales Millennium Centre, another new 21st century landmark, is a purpose built arts centre with a 1,900-seat auditorium, and is the new home for the Welsh National Opera. Whether your tastes run to opera or rugby, head first to the one health site that caters for everyone.