The Cardiff Free Tour
Private Tours
Cardiff Bay & Swansea

The Cardiff Walking Tour has returned! Tours currently take place every Saturday & Sunday at 11am from the John Batchelor statue on The Hayes. Booking advised.

(more details and maps below) 

Private tours are now possible again. If you're a family, household or individual looking for a personalised walking tour in Cardiff or Swansea, check out are discounted rates and please get in touch.

Cardiff Bay Tours will return every Sunday at 3pm from 16 August.

Swansea Free Tours will

hopefully return in August

The Fog Blog

Read blog posts on different aspects of Welsh life, culture & history, including major dates in the Welsh calendar, some travel advice and what we have been missing during lockdown. 

Podcasts

Our new podcast, or audio-tour, series focuses upon some of the more interesting and important areas of Cardiff & Swansea in more detail than is possible on a regular tour. 

The Doctor Who walking tour of Cardiff has arrived! The first tours will take place on the Saturday afternoon's of August 15 & 22 at 2:30pm. Tickets are only £10 but spaces are limited... 

Where to find The Cardiff Tour?

The Cardiff Free Walking Tour starts from 

the John Batchelor Statue on The Hayes

in central Cardiff (opposite the TK Maxx store).

The Cardiff Tour takes place every Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 11am. Friday tours return from 21 August.

 

Please 'Reserve your place', as booking is advised. Follow the 'Book Online' tab for the most up to date tour schedule.

For social distancing information, check out the FAQs

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Where to find
The Cardiff Bay Tour?

Cardiff Bay Free Walking Tours start from

outside the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay

(under the large letters and opposite the water tower)

The Cardiff Bay Walking Tour is returns every Sunday at 3pm 

from Sunday 16 August 2020. 

Where to find
The Swansea Tour?

Swansea Free Walking Tours start from

Castle Square, next to the Leaf Boat sculpture

opposite Swansea Castle

Swansea Walking Tours

will likely return in August 2020

Look out for the green shirt and/or green umbrella

Traditionally, reservations have not been strictly necessary. However, with Covid-19 precautions, those with bookings will now have priority if we reach peak capacity.

Tour schedules accurate as of August 2020

About Fogo

Despite being a native Irishman, I have developed a love and fascination for the underappreciated cities of Cardiff & Swansea, as well as Wales as a whole, during my time living here.

As a historian, journalist and long-term tourism professional across multiple cities, I have developed a passion for history, travel and culture, and sharing information about my adopted home to inquisitive visitors on these walking tours of Cardiff, Swansea & Cardiff Bay is a perfect way to embrace these skills and interests. 

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The Fog Blog
Your Cardiff Guide
FAQs
Your Swansea Guide

Read blog posts on different historical elements, events and characters of Welsh life, previews of upcoming events in South Wales and even some travel advice as well

If you're visiting the Cardiff area and not sure what to do with your time here, the Cardiff Guide can point you in the right directions for attractions, food, scenery and more

If you're visiting Swansea and the Gower Peninsula and not sure what to do in the area, this guide provides advice for attractions, museums, food, beaches and more

Have some questions regarding Fogo's Free Tours, the concept or the tours themselves, you can find all the answers amongst the FAQs, otherwise please get in touch

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