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Can you guess which British city was described by J.B. Priestley in 1933 (‘English Journey’) as ‘a grand, higgledy-piggledy, sensible old place’ and ‘…the most Dickensian atmosphere of any city I know’? To give you another clue, a more recent study by the European Commission to determine the ‘most habitable city’ in Europe, from a political, cultural and social perspective, concluded that this particular city beats even York and Bath as one of Britain’s top British cities. The city in question is Norwich.
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Few people, nowadays, have a bad word to say about Bristol. Over the past decade or so, the southwest’s largest city has emerged as a cosmopolitan centre that somehow manages to please most people, most of the time.
Cambridge draws visitors from all over the world. On the face of it, the popularity of this ancient university town has a lot to do with its unique culture and academic status, its remarkable history and architecture and of course its proximity to London. All are important factors. But one of the main reasons why tourists are attracted to Cambridge may come as a bit of a surprise. Apparently, it’s all down to simple, human curiosity. What visitors really want is a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes in the cloistered environment of one of the world’s leading academic establishments.
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Over six million people visit Chester, every year, making this charming city one of the most popular short stay tourist destinations in Britain.
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You can’t do better than visit Cornwall for a few days break. Jutting out into the Atlantic, this captivating corner of Britain is famed for its warm and mild climate, which along with the Scilly Isles is the warmest place in Britain. Even, during winter months, you could be forgiven for thinking that you were somewhere abroad, as palm trees waft gently in the breeze and the sunshine glistens across the beautiful seascapes, calming those jangled nerves as one relaxes into holiday mode ...
If you haven’t visited Cardiff for several years, then you’re in for a big surprise. For Cardiff, the capital of Wales and seat of the Welsh Assembly is nowadays a buzzing metropolis – a thriving city that has completely obliterated the more dreary aspects of its poverty-ridden, industrial past.
More clichés are churned out about the Cotswolds than practically any other part of Britain, which is a bit of a shame because such cheesy descriptions just do the place down. Chocolate box charm, the stuff of picture postcards and jigsaws, ye-oldie-worlde, pretty-pretty, rural idyll, the list is as long as the undulating Cotswold Hills. Trouble is, all these images can be a bit off-putting; they carry with them a hint of the derogatory, a distinct whiff of condescension that the area really doesn’t deserve.
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Looking to de-stress at a stunning bed and breakfast in Devon? in spring and early summer its one of the best places in Britain to take a break – to slow down the pace, relax and de-stress.