As the most complete medieval city in the UK, it is little surprise that Norwich city perfectly blends modern and historic in a way that ensures both sides compliment one another. It remains the only English city to sit within a National Park, set within the famous Norfolk Broads.
The city is easy to walk around, with a river flowing through it and a lively culture to boot. It’s art, music and cultural scene are flourishing and offer unique opportunities for creatives and creative consumers alike.
The city centre boasts a shopping centre, with independent and traditional high street stores lining the streets. There’s also the permanent undercover market, the largest of its kind in Europe. The shopping centre, restaurants and nightlife are perfectly fused to create the ideal city experience, with something for everyone on offer.
Yet don’t be fooled into thinking that you can’t get lost inside the beautiful city. It’s layout is wonderfully haphazard with cobbled streets around every corner. But don’t panic if you should find yourself off the beaten track, just watch out for some of the cities most famous icons – the spire of the majestic Norman Cathedral, the domineering castle on its tall mound and City Hall’s clock tower.
Once the second largest and most important city in Britain, the city has a rich and varied history with plenty left to see for the historically minded.
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