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7.7 miles away from Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital, 55 Norwich Rd, Horsham St Faith NR10 3HH
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Norwich - Cultural Capital of East Anglia

Norwich is located in England’s Norfolk County and is a place of historical and cultural significance. A vibrant and lively city known for its charm, openness, and inclusive atmosphere, it is perfect for a laidback holiday spent exploring the cobbled stoned streets here. The city has a vast range of medieval churches, the finest Norman buildings, and modern galleries. Look for hotels in Norwich for a relaxing holiday.

Culture and Architecture

St. George Colegate is a charming example of medieval architecture with unusual Gregorian interiors. Another historical spot that you should pay a visit to is the Norwich Castle located in the downtown area. The castle houses a museum and art gallery that will thrill anybody interested in the culture of the region. Holy Trinity Cathedral is another masterpiece and example of the Romanesque architecture you can check out.

Verdant Offerings

There are a number of parks and gardens in this city if you’re looking to spend a relaxing day with your family. Norfolk Broads is a fascinating nature reserve that is ideal for boating and sailing. The Whitlingham Country Park offers you a chance to learn about the unique flora and fauna of this city. Another garden that is a must-visit here is the Bressingham Steam & Gardens, which is home to a vast collection of train engines and locomotives. If you are planning a vacation here, you can book budget hotels in Norwich near these attractions.

The Art of Shopping

Known for the beautiful buildings around town, a day of shopping will be remiss if you do not visit The Royal Gallery. This mall is a luxurious Victorian-style building that will elevate your retail therapy session. Another trade attraction on Royal Street is the Dragon Hall. This is famous for its spectacular Great Hall, which is another unique shopping pavilion.

Other Attractions

Norwich is the perfect place to visit if you are a lover of the arts as the city has many religious monuments. St Peter Hungate is a fifteenth century church, which is now also a museum and interpretation centre for church art. Admire the carved wooden beams and the stunning stained glass in this church when you visit one of the many temporary exhibitions organized here. Look for Norwich England hotels in the heart of town and explore the various monuments the city has to offer including the gothic style Church Of St. John Maddermarket.
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What are some of the things which we can do at night?

From theatres, pubs, karaoke bars, to concerts, Norwich offers a variety of entertainment and nightlife options. The BirdCage is a fun place for a round of drinks. If music is your thing, catch a performance from Norwich Philharmonic at the 17-day Norfolk & Norwich Festival in May. Visitors can also enjoy a fantastic performance at the Theatre Royal or Norwich Playhouse.

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What are the best ways to reach Norwich?

Norwich has great train connectivity, with direct trains from Cambridge (1hr 20mins) and connections via Peterborough to North of England, the Midlands, and Scotland. Norwich Station is only a 10-minute walk from the city centre. If you are travelling by air, Norwich International Airport is 4 miles from Norwich city centre.

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How can one commute in and around Norwich?

Norwich has a well-connected public bus service & information on bus routes is available with the Norfolk City Council. Tourists can also avail bike-share services and door-to-door mobility transport services for the elderly and differently-abled. If you are staying in and around Norwich for a longer duration, you could opt to join the Norwich Car Club which is a value-for-money, pay-as-you-go car rental service.

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What is the best time to visit Norwich?

If you are looking to visit during warm weather, the best months to visit are July to September. The weather is cold half of the year and is otherwise pleasant with chances of rain or snowfall most of the year.

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What are some of the best destinations around Norwich for a weekend getaway?

For short getaways, tourists can choose from scenic cities and towns like Cringleford, Costessey, Wymondham, and Aylsham. Norwich is also close to cities such as London, Leicester, Kingston Upon Hull, Nottingham, Derby, and Coventry.

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Where can I shop in Norwich?
  • Intu Chapelfield and Castle Quarter are malls in Norwich that with several high-street brands and stores
  • If you are looking for bespoke boutiques and stores, visit areas such as Norwich Lane, Magdalen Street, the Cathedral Quarter, the Royal Arcade, Elm Hill, Timberhill, and Upper St Giles
  • Visit the award-winning Jarrold department store where you can find almost everything from daily essentials to champagne bars and restaurants
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What are some of the most popular places of interest in Norwich?
Tourists can take a fun boat ride on the River Wensum and explore the beautiful Norfolk Broads History and architecture lovers can visit the Norwich Cathedral – a Norman cathedral built between 1096 and 1145, famous for its nesting peregrine falcons Tombland Alley is a beautiful heritage quarter where visitors can explore Old Norwich The Norwich City Centre is fantastic for walks and discovering locations such as Stranger’s Hall in Charing Cross and St. Peter Hungate Theatre lovers can attend a variety of touring shows at the Norwich Theatre Royal, the Maddermarket Theatre, and the Norwich Puppet Theatre Whitlingham Country Park is a beautiful location for canoe rides, treks, kayaking, and wildlife spotting BeWILDerwood is a wonderful adventure park in the village of Horning and ideal for a day out with the children
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What is the best hotel near the Norfolk Broads?

OYO The Nelson Country House is a good hotel that’s a short drive away.

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How much is a cheap hotel in Norwich?

You can book an OYO Hotel in Norwich for around £45-55 per night. You could also avail of a host of additional discounts and offers on OYO hotel prices.

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What are the basic amenities that one can expect in an OYO Hotel in Norwich?

Some of the amenities offered by OYO Hotels in Norwich are in-house restaurants, free Wifi, spacious and comfortable rooms, attached bathrooms, coffee/tea maker, air conditioning, TV, fresh linen, gardens/backyards, iron, hairdryer, open terrace, and private entrances. The OYO hotels in Norwich also come with facilities such as card payment options, CCTV cameras, parking areas, daily housekeeping, banquet halls, conference rooms, fire safety equipment, luggage assistance, bars, and sitting areas.

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