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In Newport, in south-east Wales, one end of the city centre is easily walkable from the other. The city may be relatively small, but there is plenty to do and see, including a cathedral, museum, good sports facilities and a large-scale music venue.


Transport links
The leading public transport provider in the city is Newport Bus which offers internal travel and links to Cardiff and Cwmbran. Newport has the third-busiest train station in Wales, running trains to cities such as Manchester, Cardiff and Bangor.
Renting Prices
The average rent of properties in Newport is £602 pcm (per calendar month); one-bedroom properties average at £473 pcm, but the majority of properties in the city fall between the £500 - £1000 rent bracket.
Nightlife
Newport has a number of places to choose from for nightlife, with a range of locals’ pubs and even a speciality gin bar - Hogarths Victorian Gin Style Palace. But, as it’s just a 12-minute train journey to Cardiff, there’s even more selection at Wales’ capital a short distance away.
Notable Attractions
There’s plenty of sights to see in Newport, such as the Newport Wetlands RSPB Reserve - an expansive area of wetland, benefitting birds with its reed beds, lagoons, wet grassland and scrub. Another good spot is the National Roman Legion Museum which displays a collection of artefacts from the Roman Empire. Additionally, with Newport Cathedral and the Chepstow Castle in Monmouthshire (around 30-minutes from the city by car or train), there is a wealth of history to discover.
The economy in Newport
Newport’s employment hubs are in the city centre and business parks. It is one of the UK’s busiest ports for iron and steel, and it has a strong manufacturing sector. Additionally, tourism is a growing industry in the city.
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