You can be able to get there via a bus from Cardiff’s main bus transport junction, the Cardiff Central Bus Station.
The Caerphilly Castle is one of the largest medieval castles of Europe second to the Windsor Castle. The castle was constructed by Gilbert de Clare in the late 13th century which remains as an example of the century’s military architecture. One of the highlights of the year is the annual Big Cheese festival which is held inside the castle.
Annually, a fundraising pop event called the “megaday”, which aims to raise funds for the Velindre Hospital cancer appeal is held. It is started in 1995 by the townspeople of Caerphilly in honour of Andrew Nichols, a town musician who lost his battle to cancer.
The Caerphilly Indoor Market, which houses all kinds of goods and service, is located on Pentrebane Street. They have an eclectic mix of stalls which range from baby wear to computers which you can purchase or trade.
Bus – Bus services run across the city at all times, and a full timetable and route map are available on the Caerphilly Government site.
Train – Caerphilly is served by a train station which runs regular trains to various stops across Wales.
For full train schedule information visit this page.
Car – Caerphilly is pretty welcoming to divers, and it’s a great way to get around the city and see the sights. Logan Car Hire will compare the prices of the local branches of the major companies – http://www.logancarhire.com/worldwide-locations/uk-car-hire/caerphilly
Taxi – Various private taxi firms operate in the city, and getting a cab should be fairly straightforward even during peak times.
Visit Caerphilly – http://www.visitcaerphilly.com/
Caerphilly Castle – http://www.castlewales.com/caerphil.html
Wales Online Caerphilly - http://www.walesonline.co.uk/all-about/caerphilly