Norfolk is a beautiful part of the UK and a great year-round destination, for a day trip, weekend, short break or longer holiday.
Enjoy miles of unspoilt coastline, stunning countryside, the spectacular Norfolk Broads, woodland, heathland, nature reserves, picturesque market towns and villages, popular birdwatching destinations, and the quintessentially British seaside resorts including Cromer, Sheringham, Great Yarmouth, Hunstanton and Wells-next-the-Sea.
The city of Norwich, with its fascinating heritage is a rich tapestry of meandering alleys with an abundance of architectural jewels. The magnificent cathedral and imposing Norman castle stand proud amongst the crooked half-timbered buildings and quiet cobbled lanes. The thriving market in the city centre and array of independent shops and eateries, combined with popular high street stores, makes Norwich a popular shopping destination.
There’s something special about eating great food outdoors when the sun is shining, and in Norfolk you are spoilt for choice. There are many establishments offering outdoor dining, from hotels, pubs and restaurants to cafes and tearooms. Enjoy dining outside in pretty courtyards and gardens to those with views of the spectacular Norfolk coastline, on the water’s edge to rural locations surrounded by rolling countryside. Eating al-fresco has never been more popular, here are some of the best places to enjoy dining outdoors in Norfolk.
Norwich is a beautiful city, steeped in history, dating back over 2,000 years. The central streets still follow their medieval course outlined by what remains of the ancient city walls. Norwich is dominated by its magnificent Cathedral and Medieval Castle. The city’s newest public building, The Forum, is also an impressive landmark, situated in the heart of the city centre, offering information and entertainment.
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Norfolk has a spectacular coastline, with long sandy beaches, high cliffs, sand dunes, flint pebble banks and salt marshes. It is also well known for the Norfolk Broads, an extensive waterway that can be fully explored by boat. There are many towns and villages within Norfolk, all with their own individual characters. The port of King's Lynn has a long trading history, and today it still has large trade links with the rest of Europe.
In Norwich, Norfolk you can dine out on English, Chinese, Thai, Indian, Mexican, Greek, French, Italian, Moroccan and even Russian food. Being by the coast means seafood is plentiful, so make sure you try one of Norfolk’s specialities such as Samphire (seaweed) or a delicious Cromer crab. If you are looking for cheap and cheerful or a sophisticated Michelin starred restaurant, you will find that Norfolk has something to suit every taste and budget.
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