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The largely agricultural county of Norfolk is full of stately homes, gardens, theme parks and tourist attractions. Norfolk’s flat countryside is criss-crossed by a navigable waterway system known as The Broads. Protected by parliament, the Broads are a haven for wildlife as well as a really enjoyable holiday destination.
Home of the Canaries or Norwich City Football Club, the city of Norwich is more green than yellow and dates back to the time of the Norman Conquest. Today, Norwich has a huge amount to offer its visitors and above all is a charming but busy administration centre of the county of Norfolk.
As a touring base, Norwich has much to offer. Popular with holidaymakers much of the year for the slow pace of life that is offered on the Broads, a narrow boat holiday provides the perfect respite and antidote to a busy and hectic “normal” lifestyle. A university town, Norwich is the host city for the University of East Anglia. Thanks to the student activity around the town there is on offer a great night-life seven days a week, that you can find yourself a bargain and buy reasonably priced goods. It won’t take you long when visiting Norwich to notice a certain youthful energy as you wander the cities inner shopping district.
Talking of nightlife, while you are in Norwich it is encouraged that you sample one of the many clubs, live music venues, comedy clubs and theatres. There is such an exciting concentration of cultural activities here that you find staying in a thing of the past.
There are many pubs around the city and a concentration of establishments in the centre. There was once said to be a pub for every day of the year here in Norwich. Nowadays, an excess of pubs have been transformed into shops or cafes and restaurants. Today there are around two hundred choices of drinking establishment, a much more manageable number but still a trifle too much choice for the average supper.
To balance things out, there are a large number of churches around the city in fact there are said to be more medieval churches here than anywhere in western Europe.
Plenty to sightsee on foot or aboard the open-topped city tourist bus, the Norwich cityscape is peppered with remnants of a wealthy medieval past. The streets are generally narrow and cobbled and there are patches of weathered medieval walls at many a twist and turn. When stunning architecture is required, the castle satisfies many as well as other impressive examples of medieval buildings exist such as the Guildhall which dating back to the fifteenth century. Unfortunately due to the bombing of World War Two, a number of older Norwich buildings were destroyed. Luckily, despite the best efforts of the German Luftwaffe, Norwich managed to hold onto a generous smattering of really handsome buildings.
Norwich Castle is a significant attraction around town fronted by the Castle Museum and Art Gallery. One of the oldest non-religious buildings in the country, the castle dates back as far as the twelfth century. The Museum offers something to suit all the family, in particular its paintings from the famous nineteenth century regional painters group, the Norwich School. An outstanding world famous teapot collection and a very impressive library of in excess of seven thousand books and manuscripts are also on the agenda at the Castle Museum.
One of the most impressive buildings in Norwich, that you could not miss even if you wanted to, is that of the nine hundred year old cathedral. Formerly known as the Cathedral of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, here you will find the second tallest spire as well as the biggest monastic cloisters in the whole of England.
Interested in discovering all about Norwich’s development from a small settlement into the sprawling magnificent city that it is today? Take a trip to “Origins at the Forum” and enjoy a state of the art fascinating exhibition and make yourself comfortable as you travel back in time.
Avid shopping lovers will be forgiven for thinking they have arrived in Paradise, as Norwich not only offers a city centre stuffed with excellent shops, there is also the market and two shopping centres to get through! The market (currently undergoing development) has sat on this site since Saxon times around nine hundred years ago. The Riverside Leisure Complex offers shopping, restaurants, a cinema, a leisure centre and a lovely view while you wander round.
Lovely laid back Norfolk. A huge rural county where the landscape is made up of agricultural land, the waterways of the Broads, working windmills and lavender patches, Norfolk is full of really interesting attractions that are waiting for you to discover them. One of the least accessible of places in England, the A-road reigns supreme with many a winding road leading to something worth stopping for whether it is a theme park, a riverside pub or a pretty cottage garden. Norfolk is a charming county with a lot of appeal. There is a laid back small town theme that you will find irresistible.
What can compare to a lingering journey beside the Broads? There is nothing better than to take a relaxing drive along the coastal road stopping at each seaside town as they come along. Look out for the small beach café in the under developed seaside town of Caister, for they cook the best bread pudding you have ever tasted!
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Travelling to Norwich Airport
couldn’t be simpler with Rail One Anglia services from London Liverpool Street. Buses from Norfolk to Norwich Airport run every hour running between Sheringham and Norwich through the First Buses bus company.
For short journeys to and from the airport, there is a taxi service conveniently located outside of the Terminal building.
To hire a car click on the car hire link below.