Lap Dancing Clubs in Cardiff

Cardiff isn’t just the biggest city in Wales, it’s the most important county and region with around half a million people living in the region. The River Taff runs through it from the sea to the north heading up to Pontyridd. The main features of the town are the medieval castle dating from Norman times, the Wales National Assembly (or Senedd) is in the city positioned down in the bay, built in 1998 after the devolution referendum in 1997, the Millennium Stadium the home of Welsh rugby (and occasional FA cup finals) and the enclosed bay and docks down by the water.

The name comes from Roman times, there was a large settlement the present site of the castle, Caerdyf means ‘fort on the Taff’.

The city has three strip clubs namely Blue Diamond, Fantasy Lounge, Playhouse Gentlemans Club and the only For Your Eyes Only venue outside England. Given that there’s currently only six in the whole of the country (the others being in Bridgend and Glamorgan) it’s a good number, Cardiff can claim to be the party capital of Wales and the South in general. It has more clubs in fact than Surrey and Suffolk over in England!

Cardiff also plays host to Cardiff City the Championship football team at their own stadium and Cardiff Arms Park the home of the Blues and Cardiff RFC rugby teams.

Famous people from the town include comedian Griff Rhys Jones, writer Roald Dahl, Shirley Bassey, rockers Super Furry Animals, song writer Ivor Novello and Real Madrid striker Gareth Bale.

If you live there or you’re down in the region for a holiday you might end up at one of it’s fantastic strip clubs. The rest of the country might be a bit bare but the city has it going on, as well as sports, three universities and a college, and the Doctor Who Experience.